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    Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
    Monday, Nov. 03 2008
    The Rams have a 5-19 record since signing quarterback Marc Bulger to a $65
    million contract before the 2007 season. In the latest setback, Sunday's 34-13
    loss to the Cardinals, Bulger completed 48 percent of his passes and committed
    two turnovers that led to 10 Arizona points in the decisive second quarter.

    After the game, Bulger told Post-Dispatch columnist Bryan Burwell:

    "If you want to put the blame on me (for why the offense struggled), well, I
    don't care.

    "Oh, I know everyone's going to say it's my fault. They're going to say I'm
    throwing off my back foot or crap like that. But you know what? I don't care
    what people say. All I care about are what my teammates and my family says.

    "Everyone else? I don't give a damn."


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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    I would not care either, if I got paid that kind of money. Well, maybe I would? It says something when Matt Cassel looks better than Bulger sometimes. He get's out played by the opposing teams QB so often it's become expected. Unfortunately I can't help but believe that the sooner we cut our losses with Bulger, the quicker we can start to rebuild our QB position.

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    Quote Originally Posted by btimsah View Post
    I would not care either, if I got paid that kind of money. Well, maybe I would? It says something when Matt Cassel looks better than Bulger sometimes. He get's out played by the opposing teams QB so often it's become expected. Unfortunately I can't help but believe that the sooner we cut our losses with Bulger, the quicker we can start to rebuild our QB position.
    Come on now fam...who has a better O-line and offensive weapons here...Cassell or Bulger?
    Quote Originally Posted by RamWraith View Post
    ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
    Monday, Nov. 03 2008
    The Rams have a 5-19 record since signing quarterback Marc Bulger to a $65
    million contract before the 2007 season. In the latest setback, Sunday's 34-13
    loss to the Cardinals, Bulger completed 48 percent of his passes and committed
    two turnovers that led to 10 Arizona points in the decisive second quarter.

    After the game, Bulger told Post-Dispatch columnist Bryan Burwell:

    "If you want to put the blame on me (for why the offense struggled), well, I
    don't care.

    "Oh, I know everyone's going to say it's my fault. They're going to say I'm
    throwing off my back foot or crap like that. But you know what? I don't care
    what people say. All I care about are what my teammates and my family says.

    "Everyone else? I don't give a damn."
    There we go, some attitude/personality from our QB! Now if he could only pull a T.O. and go off on some guys in practice or during the game...now that would be great!

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    Quote Originally Posted by RamWraith View Post
    ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
    Monday, Nov. 03 2008
    The Rams have a 5-19 record since signing quarterback Marc Bulger to a $65
    million contract before the 2007 season. In the latest setback, Sunday's 34-13
    loss to the Cardinals, Bulger completed 48 percent of his passes and committed
    two turnovers that led to 10 Arizona points in the decisive second quarter.

    After the game, Bulger told Post-Dispatch columnist Bryan Burwell:

    "If you want to put the blame on me (for why the offense struggled), well, I
    don't care.

    "Oh, I know everyone's going to say it's my fault. They're going to say I'm
    throwing off my back foot or crap like that. But you know what? I don't care
    what people say. All I care about are what my teammates and my family says.

    "Everyone else? I don't give a damn."
    Good!

    99.9% of "them" that are saying it (media & fans) don't know what the flip they're talking about anyway. Bulger should care less WHAT they say. However, surely he understands WHY they have something to say.
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    sounds like Bulger is coming apart at the seams....

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    Fan-Tastic.

    This is "leader" mentality, if you ask me.

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    This is the leadership we need from him.

    I hope he takes it to the locker room and to the next game. I hope some of the play makers step up and back him up also.

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    Its to easy to bash Bulger this week, Ill live it alone.

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    Good, get mad Bulger. Maybe it will encourage him to perform better on the field. Maybe this is a good thing.

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    Yesterday's stats make it clear that MB is our best runner. Put SJ at MLB, Bulger at RB, and let the returning Bennett take the snaps. Like Cassel, Drew was an excellent high school QB.

    It would at least give Marc a fresher conversation among fans/media to ignore.

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    Kudos to Bulger. Shows he is focused on football, no matter what anything thinks.

    You really think Bulger doesn't want to win? 3 carries for 32 yards, the man put his body on the line. He WANTS to win ...

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    Quote Originally Posted by RamsInfiniti View Post
    Kudos to Bulger. Shows he is focused on football, no matter what anything thinks.

    You really think Bulger doesn't want to win? 3 carries for 32 yards, the man put his body on the line. He WANTS to win ...
    Ummmmm, he only ran for those after he turned over 10 points. I give
    to him for trying to do something and I feel bad for Bulger even though I
    dont like him as our QB. He does give everything but he just does not
    have it. And by "IT" , you know what im talking about.

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    As I've said on previous threads, I have been a Marc Bulger supporter. I think he's a good quarterback when mentally and physically right. Last season he had terrible protection and this year it has been average at best. Steven Jackson has also missed some games over the past two seasons. With all of that said, Marc Bulger has to take some of the heat here. When I look at the ticker and see that Marc Bulger is 8-21 for 112 yards in the 3rd quarter, that ain't good enough. And don't tell me "well, there were a couple of drops..." so what? Overcome them by making a play. Bulger in no way deserves to have the bulk of the blame heaped on him, but as a highly paid quarterback of this football team, he needs to start taking the bull by the horns and cowboy up on a consistent basis. Throw for 350 yards and 3 touchdowns. Complete 75% of your passes. Don't throw a pick that's returned for a TD when your team gives you a lead at home. Lead your team on a game winning drive one time. Stop being outplayed statistically by the likes of Joe Flacco and Chad Pennington each week.

    This team took a huge step back yesterday, and Bulger shares as much blame as everyone else.

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison View Post
    Good!

    99.9% of "them" that are saying it (media & fans) don't know what the flip they're talking about anyway. Bulger should care less WHAT they say. However, surely he understands WHY they have something to say.
    Exactly! I agree. This is not only one of those typical situations where a reporter is asking questions in the locker room to a frustrated football player that has just lost in a tough, bad game; it also reflects how much professional weight of all this Bulger puts on himself. And yes, as HUb said, MB knows / understands the "WHY's" of us, the fans...


    We need to FIX THE OL, improve there first and foremost.

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    Re: Bulger: 'I don't give a (bleep) what people say'

    Quote Originally Posted by BEER View Post
    Ummmmm, he only ran for those after he turned over 10 points. I give
    to him for trying to do something and I feel bad for Bulger even though I
    dont like him as our QB. He does give everything but he just does not
    have it. And by "IT" , you know what im talking about.
    Yes, because Kreider whiffing the block on Wilson, who forced the fumble, was definitely his fault ....

    Bulger 7, Kreider 3

    And I didn't know that a valiant effort was less of a valiant effort if it occured after a man screws up. This seems like pretty crappy logic to me ...

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