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    Re: Nick's Good/Bad/Ugly from Rams vs Bears

    Bulger is an absolute warrior. What killed me besides the points that you guys have already mentioned were the low snaps by Incognito! Evey snap out of the shotgun, bulger had to keep on reaching down to get the ball, costing him around a split second to read the defense. I could understand maybe once but all game long? Absolutely pathetic!

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    Re: Nick's Good/Bad/Ugly from Rams vs Bears

    Noticed the low snaps as well,have to say we are lucky to Marc Bulger.. Last nite at times he was completely hammered to the turf, but just kept going,even with 3 banged up ribs...He lead by example,pity not many followed him..Hope he get's a big extension that he deserves..:l

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    Re: Nick's Good/Bad/Ugly from Rams vs Bears

    I wish Linehan would take the Miami job!
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    Re: Nick's Good/Bad/Ugly from Rams vs Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by onslaught11 View Post
    Are you tired of the dump off pass to Steven Jackson. It looks like the dump off pass is Marc's first option all the time.
    Nope, I'm not tired of the dump off passes. They are a good thing, it means that guys downfield aren't open so if he forces the pass it will usually end up in an interception, and if Bulger holds on to the ball any longer he will get killed.
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    Re: Nick's Good/Bad/Ugly from Rams vs Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by ramsbruce View Post
    Nope, I'm not tired of the dump off passes. They are a good thing, it means that guys downfield aren't open so if he forces the pass it will usually end up in an interception, and if Bulger holds on to the ball any longer he will get killed.
    Agreed. With an ineffective OL patched together all year with rookies, back-ups, head cases and the walking wounded, what choice is there? Without the check downs, Bulger would be watching things from the sideline or a hospital bed.

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