Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler can't catch a break.
During the second quarter of Sunday's matchup with the Arizona Cardinals, the much-maligned QB was intercepted by safety Tony Jefferson, who returned the pass 26 yards for a touchdown.
Things immediately got worse for the Bears when Cutler left the game with an injury suffered while trying to tackle Jefferson. Cutler landed awkwardly on his shoulder while diving, but the team later announced that he would remain out of the game with a hamstring injury.
Jimmy Clausen, the same quarterback who replaced Cutler when he was benched for poor play late last season, relieved Cutler on Sunday.