ST. LOUIS (AP) -St. Louis Rams quarterback Marc Bulger, who missed the last two games with two broken ribs, said Monday he plans to return to the lineup this week.
Backup Gus Frerotte threw five interceptions and lost a fumble in Sunday's 22-3 loss at Baltimore, which kept the Rams (0-6) winless. St. Louis' start matches the worst in franchise history in 1962, when the team finished 1-12-1 as the Los Angeles Rams.
Bulger pointed out he didn't take himself out of the lineup two weeks ago. Now he believes he owes it to his teammates to get back in there.
``Yeah, I'm playing,'' Bulger said. ``I'm ready now after standing around for two weeks. They definitely feel a little better, but I haven't been hit.''

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