The four-year veteran completed 23-of-34 passes for 278 yards with two touchdowns and scored once on five rushes for a career-best 49 yards in helping the Steelers rally to beat Cleveland, 31-28, after a 21-6 deficit.
Also named in the AFC were cornerback Antonio Cromartie (defense), who equaled a team record with three interceptions in the Chargers' 23-21 victory against Indianapolis, and San Diego kick returner Darren Sproles (special teams), who became the ninth player in NFL history to score on a kickoff and punt return in the same game.
Bulger completed 81.8 percent of his passes with two touchdowns and no interceptions to help the Rams surprise New Orleans, 37-29, for their first win this season.
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