34=Sweetness wrote:I must be crazy, because I see them. I swear to god Im not lying. Mods, do you know what Im talking about?
Have you been spending a little too much time with Ricky?
haha my thoughts exactly. as for the questioon where is the love for bulger? well, unless you love interceptions, a crappy offensive line, a coach who probabaly smokes up with rucky and sweetness and a rb who is pretty banged up, then thee is plenty of love
The 'Cuna still is liking Bulger for two reasons...
1.) He's on my list of QBs who could realistically throw 30 TDs.
2.) You can get him later in drafts - seventh or eighth round.
Bulger isn't a high risk/reward player. If the Rams happen to fall apart due to their ineffective line, you lose a mid-round pick - big deal. If the Rams click and he benefits, you get a potential top five QB with that mid-round pick.
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The o line problems definitely hurt Bulger, but I don't think he will be as bad a qb as everyone is making him out to be.
Bulger is a young, promising QB who has the skills to be top tier. Calling him washed up doesnt make any sense, in fact he hasn't fully matured yet. With more experience under his belt and firm job security Bulger may be able to suceed. The run game shoud be sucessful, Faulk will certainly get his if he is healthy, and in the event he goes down then SJ at the very least should keep them respectable and take away pressure from Bulger.
Bulger is a bit of a risk right now, and certainly not a top tier QB, but trust me when I say you could do a lot worse.