Green Bay Packers tackle Bryan Bulaga (75) blocks against Cameron Jordan (94) of the New Orleans Saints on Sept. 30 at Lambeau Field. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette
Bryan Bulaga isn't afraid to admit he had a bad game, even a terrible one.
But the idea that his performance in Week 3 at Seattle, when he allowed two sacks, has ruined what coach Mike McCarthy in training camp suggested could be a Pro Bowl season for the Green Bay Packers' third-year right tackle doesn't make sense to him.
"I think the Seattle game, for a lot of people, put a doom and gloom on my season, which I think is humorous, I really do," Bulaga said. "I know I didn't play well that game, but to me, especially in a football player's mind, one game doesn't mean your whole season. I think that's been the ...