Bulger an example of the inexact science of scouting
Just a couple of days into his brief stint on the Atlanta Falcons' practice squad in 2000, Marc Bulger was asked by a reporter how things were progressing so far."If I had to," Bulger responded, "I really don't know that I could get this team out of the huddle right now."
It was meant partly as a commentary on the complicated offense of then-Atlanta coach Dan Reeves, a design heavy in verbosity and shy on patience, and also as a self-deprecating assessment ...
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