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Geno Smith is the NFL's worst quarterback -- so says Siri, anyway.
Yes, the iPhone's famous voice-activated assistant confirms what most think about the Jets' rookie signal-caller, who holds a 62.9 rating, lowest in the league.
Don't believe me? Just ask her for yourself (provided you have an Apple product handy).
Smith has thrown 21 interceptions -- five of which were returned for touchdowns -- and lost eight fumbles in a wildly inconsistent first-year campaign.
Big time hat tip to NJ.com for the story and screenshot.
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