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  Pro Highlights:

Has all the tools to be perennial Pro Bowler…strong arm and very intelligent…smooth mechanically and reads defenses very well…impressive 28-16 record in games started…has nine come-from-behind wins (including postseason) in career…with victory at Seattle in NFC Wildcard Game on Jan. 8, 2005, became the fourth Rams’ quarterback to win road playoff game, joining Jim Everett (two), Vince Ferragamo (three), and Pat Haden (one)...made Rams’ roster in 2001 after impressive preseason…signed by Rams 1/12/01…two weeks on Falcons’ practice squad in 2000…also spent one week on Rams’ practice squad…2000 training camp with New Orleans…originally selected by the Saints in the sixth round (168th overall) of 2000 NFL Draft.

 

2005:  Finished first in NFC (third in NFL) in average gain (8.00), first in NFC (fourth in NFL) in completion percentage (66.9), and second in NFC (fifth in NFL) in passer rating (94.4)…completed 18 of 29 passes for 216 yards with one touchdown and one interception at Arizona in Week 2, passing 10,000-yard career passing mark…tied Hall of Famer Dan Marino for the second-fastest quarterback to reach that mark…completed 21 of 28 passes for 292 yards with three touchdowns and one interception for a 128.9 passer rating vs. Tennessee in Week 3…established franchise records in attempts (62) and completions (40) for NFL-leading 442 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions at New York in Week 4…performance marked franchise-record fourth 400-yard game…completed six of eight attempts for 121 yards and one touchdown for a perfect 158.3 passer rating before suffering a shoulder injury at Indianapolis in Week 6…did not return to game…returned in Week 10 to complete 28 of 40 passes for 304 yards with one touchdown and one interception at Seattle…surpassed the 1,500 pass attempts mark vs. Arizona in Week 11, qualifying him for NFL’s all-time passer rating list...sixth in NFL history with 90.6 career passer rating…completed 19 of 24 attempts for 224 yards with two touchdowns vs. Arizona, before leaving the game with a shoulder injury in the third quarter.

 

2004:  Earned Daniel F. Reeves Memorial Award for Rams MVP as voted on by teammates…66.2 completion percentage was second-highest single-season total in Rams’ history…3,964 yards was fifth-best single-season total in Rams’ history, tying Jim Everett’s 1988 season, despite missing nearly three full games…third in NFC in completions (fifth in NFL), completion percentage (sixth in NFL), yards (sixth in NFL), average gain (8.17, sixth in NFL), and fourth quarter passer rating (90.9, sixth in NFL); fourth in NFC in passer rating (eighth in NFL); sixth in NFC in third-down passer rating (89.1, 10th in NFL); tied for sixth in NFC in touchdowns (tied for 12th in NFL)…led Rams to an historic 33-27 comeback victory at Seattle 10/10, completing 24 of 42 passes for 325 yards with three touchdowns and three interceptions, also rushing four times for 9 yards, with a 9-yard touchdown run…on Rams’ last four drives against the Seahawks, completed 10 of 16 pass attempts for 202 yards with three touchdowns, also leading the Rams on field goal drive…comeback was greatest comeback in franchise history, in terms of points down (27-10) and time left (5:43)…passed for 448 yards (most ever vs. Packers) on 35-of-53 passing with two touchdowns and one interception for 97.1 passer rating at Green Bay 11/29…completed three of first four attempts vs. San Francisco 12/5 before leaving game with shoulder injury…injury forced him to miss next two games (at Carolina 12/12 and at Arizona 12/19)…returned to lineup vs. Philadelphia 12/27 to complete 20 of 27 passes for 225 yards with one touchdown for a 110.9 passer rating…in regular season finale vs. New York Jets 1/2/05, completed 29 of 39 passes for season-high 450 yards (Rams’ record third career 400-yard game) with three touchdowns and two interceptions for season-high 116.4 passer rating to lead Rams back from 26-21 deficit with 5:06 left in the game to a 32-29 overtime win…completed 18 of 32 passes for 313 yards with two touchdowns and one interception for a 97.5 passer rating in NFC Wildcard Game at Seattle 1/8/05…led Rams back from 20-17 deficit with 8:07 left to win first career playoff game, 27-20…during comeback, led Rams on scoring drives on all three Rams’ second half possessions, two field goal drives and game-winning touchdown drive, going nine-for-13 for 126 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions…completed 23 of 35 pass attempts for 299 yards with two touchdowns and one interception for a 99.6 passer rating at Atlanta 1/15/05 in NFC Divisional Playoff Game.

 

2003:  Led Rams to NFC West Championship, earning first Pro Bowl invitation…was second in NFC and NFL in completions, third in NFC and fifth in NFL in completion percentage, led NFC and was third in NFL in passing yards, was third in NFC and tied for sixth in NFL in average gain (7.34 yards), was sixth in NFC in touchdown passes, third in NFC and fourth in NFL in third-down passer rating, and sixth in NFC in passer rating…led Rams to pair of winning streaks (four and seven games)…had four 300-yard passing games, including 22 of 37 performance for season-high 375 yards and one touchdown in homecoming at Pittsburgh 10/26…led Rams to four come-from-behind victories…completed 27 of 46 passes (franchise record) for 332 yards with three interceptions in NFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. Carolina 1/10/04...completed 12 of 21 passes for 152 yards with a Pro Bowl record four touchdowns and one interception in Pro Bowl 2/8/04, earning MVP honors, first Ram to earn such honor. 

 

2002:  Had impressive year as he saw first NFL action…earned Daniel F. Reeves Memorial Award for team MVP as voted on by teammates…won first six NFL starts, with two comebacks…winning first six NFL starts tied him for fourth with Kurt Warner (1999) and Mike Kruczek (1976) for most consecutive wins to start a career since 1970…made first NFL start vs. Oakland 10/13, completing 14 of 21 passes for 186 yards, three touchdowns, and one rushing touchdown…earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for performance against previously undefeated Raiders…had historic game vs. San Diego 11/10 in completing 36 of 48 passes for 453 yards (fourth-best total in Rams history) with four touchdowns and no interceptions for 131.7 passer rating (all career-highs)…1,496 passing yards in first five starts was best in NFL history for QB’s first five starts, surpassing Cincinnati’s Jeff Blake in 1994…suffered hand injury against Chicago 11/18 that forced him to sit out next three games before returning to action vs. Arizona 12/15, completing 24 of 40 passes for 319 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions…completed only pass attempt of game for 11 yards at Seattle 12/22 before leaving game with neck and back injuries, forcing him to miss season finale. 


2001:  Did not see action with Rams. 

 

2000:  On Rams’ practice squad for one week…two weeks on Atlanta Falcons’ practice squad…training camp with New Orleans.

 

  College Highlights:

Holds 25 passing records at West Virginia…school career leader with 8,153 passing yards…had nine 300-yard passing games and 23 200-yard passing games…second team all-Big East as junior…started every game, setting school season-records for pass completion percentage (65.4%), touchdown passes (31), pass attempts (419), pass completions (274), yards passing (3,607), total offensive plays (452), and yards in total offense (3,515)…earned starting quarterback job sophomore season…appeared in six games as a backup during redshirt freshman season…redshirted as true freshman…sports management major.

  Personal Info:

Born Marc Robert Bulger in Pittsburgh, Pa.…attended Central Catholic High in Pittsburgh, the same high school as Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino…member of the National Honor Society…selected to play in Pennsylvania Big 33 Classic after passing for 1,662 yards as senior…also played basketball and baseball…member of West Virginia Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll…father, James, played quarterback for Notre Dame (1970-71)…single…resides in Ladue, Mo.

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