No one said being a head coach in the NFL is easy. Mike Martz has a real problem on his hands. With Kurt Warner, the Rams, where the expectations were very high coming into the season, started 0-5. Enter Mark Bulger, and the Rams win five straight to get to .500. Today, Warner comes back from injury, and although he throws for 301 yards, the Rams lose to the Redskins, 20-17, to fall to 5-6. Warner fumbled the ball on a sack to seal the win for the Redskins. Now, I am not going to say that Warner should be benched, but I am sure that members of the media will. They probably already are. I know that Bulger has an injury, but it was said during the game today that he could have played had Warner gotten hurt or played very poorly. Anyway, if you are Martz, who do you start next week, assuming that both Warner and Bulger are healthy enough to play? This is a tough one. Warner is an exceptional talent, and he has done a lot for the Rams over past few years. However, he should not get the starting job based on past efforts. In my view, Bulger is no Kurt Warner, but Bulger was on a role in the Rams' five wins. Who starts next week? No one said being an NFL quarterback is easy either. This has to be tough on Kurt Warner, both physically and mentally. He has had to battle injury, and he is now trying to get his rhythm back. Add to that the enormous expectations everyone has of him and he has of himself. Then compound these factors by the possibility that he has to look over his shoulder as Bulger waits in the wings. The situation with the Rams may not be exactly the same as with the Patriots last year, but perhaps Warner can identify with what Drew Bledsoe went through. If Warner is feeling at all uneasy about his situation right now, perhaps he should call Bledsoe for advice. O.K., I'm done for now. Your turn to chime in.