ESPN analyst Dan Orlovsky, a former NFL player who made 12 starts during his 11-year career, threw some major shade at Chicago Bears wide receiver Darnell Mooney this week.

Orlovsky took to Twitter on Friday to give some thoughts on Bears quarterback Justin Fields and his offensive weapons in Chicago.

The ESPN analyst tweeted that Fields doesn’t have a No. 1 or No. 2 wide receiver. When numerous fans pointed out that wide receiver Darnell Mooney is on the roster, Orlovsky doubled down and said that he doesn’t view Mooney as a No. 2 wide receiver just yet.

Orlovsky then listed off several wide receivers that he views as No. 2 wide receivers.

This is a terrible take from Orlovsky.

Mooney is easily a No. 2 wide receiver and I think he could probably be considered a No. 1 wide receiver.

Last year, Mooney caught 81 passes for 1,055 yards and four touchdowns while catching passes from three different quarterbacks (Justin Fields, Andy Dalton, and Nick Foles).

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith that’s on his list had 64 receptions for 916 yards and five touchdowns last season. Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup has been in the NFL for four seasons and has gone over 1,000 receiving yards just once (1,107 receiving yards in 2019).

Mooney, who had a better overall Pro Football Focus grade than Gallup and Adam Thielen last year, put up terrific numbers while playing in a not-ideal situation (a soon-to-be fired head coach in Matt Nagy and multiple starting quarterbacks). I don’t know what Orlovsky has against the Bears — maybe it’s all the time he spent with the Detroit Lions — but this seems like something personal. Mooney is clearly an excellent wide receiver who has Pro-Bowl potential. Suggesting that he’s a No. 3 wide receiver in the NFL is not only insulting to Mooney, it’s just a flat-out bad take.

But I guess that’s why Orlovsky has spent more time on TV dishing out bad takes than he spent starting games in the NFL.

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