Jay Culter already showed us in week 1 why he can't be trusted in important situations throwing a crucial interception against the Packers in a loss.

In Week 2, he showed us why he can best be categorized as a bum in regards to his ability to play starting QB in the NFL.

For the second time in his career, Cutler threw a pick six only to get hurt in the process.

Ironically, Cutler was actually off to a good start vs. the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, completing his first eight passes, only to have the ninth be his downfall.

Cutler threw a interception to Tony Jefferson of the Arizona Cardinals and as he ran it back for a 26yd pick six, Cutler pulled his hamstring.  He headed to the locker room immediately and did not return to the game.

On Monday, Bears head coach John Fox said that Cutler had a strained hamstring.

It just adds fuel to the fire though of Cutler haters like myself.  He seems to make too many mistakes at opportune times and it always seems to compound with things like a injury in the process or his attitude on the sideline.

Yes, I'm crushing a guy for getting hurt.  It's Cutler, he's always a part of the disfunction.

The Bears will now move forward with Jimmy Clausen as their starting quarterback until Cutler's return.

The Bears would end up losing at home to the Cardinals 48-23 and fell to 0-2 on the season.

Also on ESPN 99.1: