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  • Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

    Yet another strong performance for the Kid. Again, given time, he was deadly accurate. Missed only one throw that i saw all game (bruce over the middle on one play). Leadership, judgement, minimimal mistakes, he is really gaining confidence every week and if we can protect him, he will truly be an elite qb.

    general counsel

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    Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

    I agree, GC. He's been strong in our victories and in our losses, and has really minimized his mistakes. He's making good decisions, is spreading the ball around, and isn't afraid to use his legs when there's an opening. I'm very pleased with how Bulger has grown and responded to the task set for him this season.

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      Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

      Originally posted by NickSeiler
      I agree, GC. He's been strong in our victories and in our losses, and has really minimized his mistakes. He's making good decisions, is spreading the ball around, and isn't afraid to use his legs when there's an opening. I'm very pleased with how Bulger has grown and responded to the task set for him this season.
      Even Jeff Smoker would have thrown for 250 on the Seahawk defense today...

      Worst blitzing scheme ever...

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        Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

        I am not sure that is a fair comment mr. hasselbeck. Give the rams o line some credit for picking up the blitzers. I think the seahawks spent way too much money on grant wistrom and not enough on at least one receiver that can catch the ball with the game on the line. Every other team that has blitzed the rams in the last few weeks has had success, why do you think it was the scheme as opposed to the seattle personnel.

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        • #5
          Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

          Marc Bulger will lead this team to the big prize before his career is over. He's damn good and he's proven it every game this year.

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            Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

            Originally posted by ZigZagRam
            Marc Bulger will lead this team to the big prize before his career is over. He's damn good and he's proven it every game this year.
            Yea, but the same was probably said about Marino. My point is not to put a damper on the thread, but we have to keep solid personnel behind him. However...man, did he look good on Sunday or what? A passer that has that much accuracy does not grow on trees. Barring anything unforeseen, we've got our QB for the next decade.
            Last edited by HUbison; -11-15-2004, 08:24 AM. Reason: it's amazing what leaving out a single word can do.
            The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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            • #7
              Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

              Bulger has been awesome with the passing and the RUNNING! :helmet:

              But almost as amazing has been the positive support from the members of the clan that were not exactly bulger fans last season, even though our record was more "successful" last season!

              He definetely has exceeded my expectations thus far, and I am sure he will put in a truly dismal performance soon, hopefully in practice :tongue:
              Socrates: Surf to live! and Live to Surf!

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              • #8
                Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

                I too would like to give him some credit. He has done better than I thought he would. Does a good job leading the team.

                Well done Marc...
                This space for rent...

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                • #9
                  Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

                  Well, it's nothing I would start a thread about but I would like him to get better on his crossing route passes. There were a couple/few passes yesterday that the receivers had to slow down to catch that eliminated RAC possibilities. They weren't bad passes but they were on the back shoulder and the receivers had to adjust their route.

                  All in all though, hardly any room for complaint in regards to Bulger this year and he's exceeded my expectations as well. I'm still pissed at McDonald for dropping that td pass. It was a gutsy, agressive throw that Bulger and the Rams should have been rewarded for.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

                    Put Chandler in.... :ramlogo:

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                      Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

                      But almost as amazing has been the positive support from the members of the clan that were not exactly bulger fans last season, even though our record was more "successful" last season!
                      There's nothing amazing about it. Last year our record was better but Bulger was very inconsistent....needing to be bailed out by the defense time after time. This year he's playing head and shoulders above last year's performance and getting his due praise. Just goes to show the hypocrasy of those that claimed Bulger's criticism last year was due to hatred.
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                      • #12
                        Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

                        He's looked bad in a few games this year , But after the comeback in Seattle in the first meeting , I saw in Mark the drive that was not there last year. Being able to pull one out from far behind. Last year it was tough for him to rally the troops. This year the team is over coming injuries and ejections and still staying atop the division! Keep rolling Mark , Your starting to earn your respect. I said starting, Don't get ****y!!! :tongue:

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                        • #13
                          Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

                          He's looked bad in a few games this year
                          I think what you meant to say was, "He's looked bad, at times, in a few games this year. I don't think we can look back at his overall performance in any of the Rams games and say he played badly.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

                            2-TD's 3-INT's. Look back at that...

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                            • #15
                              Re: Marc Bulger is a stud- end of story!

                              I bow to your indepth analysis of bulger as a qb PTHOR, logical as always...


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                              • laram0
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                                He better not let us down. He knows he's going into this game with a less than solid o-line. He knows the Seabags are going to bring it. Especially Julian Peterson. Peterson has always played well against us. He has 6 sacks this season and forced 4 fumbles. Marc has to read and react quicker. Forget about taking the sacks. Check down, throw the ball away, do something anything other than take a sack.
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                                I am growing more fond of bulger every week. The kid has shown tremendous guts out there and has an awfully accurate arm. Every time he had a chance to throw today he was effective, including some fantastic passes. I dont care who you are, you cant throw well if your right tackle is getting pushed back into you every other play. Bulger is taking his shots like a man and he is leading by example. He is certainly not a part of our problems and i think he will continue to improve.

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                                by coy bacon
                                On the con side are is locking onto targets and just not looking good.
                                On the pro side are his winning record and PB performance.

                                I'm sure there are more that people can add to each side.

                                I noted on the other board that some who expressed doubts about Bulger were called "cowards".

                                I have doubts about Bulger. I watched him play and he didn't look like a confident QB. And it was painfully obvious that he was locking onto targets. I wondered why other team's DBs didn't pick more off. If a mere amatuer like myself can see poor QB play, surely another teams DC can as well and instruct his players accordingly.

                                OTOH, Bulger has been a proven winner. A mediocre QB like Brad (?) Johnson won a ring with Tampa Bay, so surely Bulger can do so as well.

                                I think it is fine to have doubts about Bulger. Who says he can't improve? He certainly deserves a chance, and in the end, the bottom line is that he's won more than he's lost. He just didn't look very good doing it.
                                -07-01-2004, 08:22 AM
                              • general counsel
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                                by general counsel
                                i have read a number of articles, including in the st louis paper, criticizing bulger for the two turnovers. The INT is on bulger. No question about it. Lousy throw. He tried to force it into double coverage to avery to make a play when we were down 17-0. I defy one person on this board to tell me that bulger had anything at all to do with getting us down 17-0 or whether that INT really changed the game. The defense was DOA and we couldnt run at all.

                                The point of this post however is to discuss the alleged bulger "fumble" and how people include the fumble as part of the criticism of bulgers play.That point of view is EXACTLY what we bulger "apologists" are talking about regarding unfair criticism.

                                Sure, statistically its a fumble. Meanwhile, the guy got KILLED from the blindside while he was trying to throw. There is not one qb in the nfl that holds onto that ball under those circumstances.

                                Is bulger playing well or anywhere near his capability? OF course not. If he the "cause" of why we are so bad and did he "fail to show up yesterday>" Of course not. He is an above average qb playing under terrible circumstances and as a result he looks awful.

                                People need to look at matt ryan. The falcons have built a terrific offensive line with an excellent runnning game. Look at their down and distance. Ryan is protected and the defense has to defend pass and run. Play action is very very effective. He makes safe quality throws and has time to make them. He has the look of a fine young qb. 99% of the people on this board thought dorsey was a better pick than ryan. You sure wouldnt feel that way if you were a falcons fan now. However, lets assume ryan was playing for the rams or raiders. Does anyone honestly believe that he would be having anywhere near the same kind of success?

                                The qb is the most important position on the field, but he is still in large part of function of the weapons around him, starting with the offensive line. You dont blame your qb for fumbling when he gets clobbered from the blind side and loses the ball, you blame whoever missed their blocking assignment, which of course i see no significant mention of in the post game articles, mainly general statements about lousy offensive line play.

                                There is no way i would use a top 5 pick right now to replace bulger. Give me either the best offensive tackle of Rey Manglimaimulia. Bulger isnt carrying the team on his own, an unrealistic expectation to start, but he is not the cause of our problems.

                                I watched eli manning carefully last night. He sure doesnt look like a superstar to me. Does he win? sure. Watch their running game and pass protection. Is he good. Sure. But put him behind the rams line with no running game and he will look no better than bulger.


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                              • hawaiianpunch
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                                Hey guys,

                                Now i know its only Pre-season, and Ive only seen Bulger throw 4 passes. But I saw him get sacked 3 times. It was strange cause i saw some guys open one time he got sacked. But i also saw some major pressure. In my opinion I feel bulger is On his way down.

                                This is Where you my friends come into play?

                                What is your take on Bulger for the upcoming season? In my opinion I like him, he's a player who will let his play do the talking. I would like to see him succeed not fail. Although he seems very indecisive at times ever since Linecrap took over, the Damage Bulger took looked Irreprarable. Thoughts on him guys?
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