Like I said in another post . Notice when Warner left the game ,the Cards stopped scoring,and when Warner left ST.Louis the Rams stopped scoring?
the thing is Bulger had 1 or 2 good seasons right after Kurt left and couldn't get it done, Kurt was the missing component. we traded an energizer battery for a Rite aid brand Battery and Damn near paid the same for it.Bulger's time is done and it would be in the best interest of the organization to cut ties with him and start looking to the Future. And for those of you who love him so much , Hopefully trading him will resirect his career and he does great, but with our luck he will be doing great in S.F.!!!!!!!!!!
I don't have a lot of complaints about Bulger specific to this game. By and large, the problems in the passing game seemed to be on the receivers. He looked out of sorts at the end of the game, but I don't think that was his fault. At one point, he appeared to overthrow Avery on a go route, but with Avery not looking back and the corner maintaining coverage over the top, that would have been a tough throw over the shoulder.
I am officially on the "WE NEED A NEW QB WAGON"! I have been supporting Bulger for a long long time, but it is simply not acceptable to miss open WR's by as much as Bulger has been doing this year. I have given him this long to get back to (pre-injury) 2006 form, but alas I do not believe it will ever happen. I am not sure if he was truly just a specimen of the Martz system or if it was having Torry and Bruce there to catch everything, but something is definitely different about this Bulger and that one.
Sorry Marc, but I am now hoping we find a new QB for next year. I cannot watch you make stupid decisions for another season while we sit so close to winning a game based on QB decision making and scramble ability.
IMO, we should be 3-6 now, not 1-9.
Gibson is a rookie who just got here, what did you all really expect? He is talented he will improve, but for now he isn't filling our need for a number 1 wide reciever
A new veteran QB could help, but those could also help as well.
I suspect it is akin to taste testing the food that has been in the back of the fridge for a couple of months, just to see what it's like. It might be a delectable meal, but more than likely you will end up hospitalized getting your stomach pumped at worst, and sitting on the toilet for a day or so at best.
If this thread has proven one thing, it's that the Bulger apologists and those wearing rose colored glasses are still in full force.
There is no way an unbiased fan comes away from yesterday's game with the idea that Marc Bulger isn't a serious part of the Ram woes. He is absolutely dreadful. I watched Kurt Warner (which was expected) outplay him, but Matt Leinart too? This circus has shifted to the wide receivers instead of the offensive line now, I wonder what's next, the waterboy? No matter who's next on the agenda, the common link is Marc Bulger. There is certainly no denying that, although I wouldn't doubt that some of you may try.
For the apologists, I don't want to hear that any QB would suffer the same fate. That is absolute crap at this point. Just admit that there are a number of QBs who could've led this team to victories in each of the last two games, and cut your losses.
Bulger played one of the best games he's played in 3 years against the Saints and it still wasn't enough. Why? Because he isn't good enough, no matter what the coach or any of the apologists say.
Bottom line is, the guy is being paid 10 million a year for doing something a good high school QB could do. Basically nothing, if winning is your idea of a job well done.
Sorry guys, but not only do I expect more, I demand more.