As another NFL season approaches, Scouts Inc. breaks down every roster and offers position-by-position breakdowns.
Marc Bulger hasn't taken the league by storm like his predecessor, two-time league MVP Kurt Warner, did when he led St. Louis to its first Super Bowl victory since 1951 in his first full season as the starter. In addition, Bulger doesn't have elite arm strength and is a streaky passer who misses the strike zone at times. However, has progressed steadily in his first two seasons as the starter and should continue to improve.
Bulger generally finds the open man given enough time. He also puts good touch on his short-to-intermediate passes and is mobile enough to buy some time in the pocket. Most importantly, he appeared more comfortable last year and did a better job of taking care of the football.