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Cutler Critic Mora Doesn't Have a Podium to Stand On

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Mike Burzawa

Die hard Bears fan and lead blogger at Bear Goggles On

Jay Cutler continues to take heat for every move he makes on and off the field.  Even the way he carries himself in his postgame press conferences is dissected 100 different ways. 

Former Saints and Colts coach Jim Mora Sr. openly criticized Jay's demeanor after Sunday night's loss to the Packers:

Mora, the former Colts and Saints coach and the father of current Seahawks coach Jim Mora, said on the NFLN that Cutler "acted like he didn't even care" when speaking to reporters following the 21-15 loss in Green Bay.

"When I saw that postgame press conference last night, I thought he looked completely immature," Mora said.
After a heartbreaking loss where he played one of the worst games of his professional career, what were people expecting?  The guy was upset with himself and his performance and wasn't in a chatty mood.

He was probably fighting every instinct in his being to haul off on a tirade, but kept himself in check.  As your mama always told you, if you don't have anything good to say, don't say anything at all.

Consider the credentials of Cutler's critic, Jim Mora, Sr. 

Exhibit A:
Let's just see how calm and cool Coach Mora was back when he was coaching the Colts:




I rest my case...

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