NFC West stock watch: falling

Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando

1. Jim Haslett, interim coach, Rams. Every blowout defeat increases the odds of an offseason overhaul.

2. Marc Bulger, QB, Rams. The fumble-forcing, blind-side shot he took from the Jets was bad enough. The fact that it was his fault made it worse.

3. Mike Martz, offensive coordinator, 49ers. By his own admission, Martz tried to do too much when setting personnel for a late spike play. The team wasted precious seconds.

4. Keary Colbert, WR, Seahawks. He went from part of the rotation in the fourth quarter against Miami to the waiver wire.

5. Mike Singletary, interim coach, 49ers. Despite some good signs on the field, the team's disorganized approach to the final minute Monday night falls on the head coach.

6. Leonard Pope, TE, Cardinals. The team wants more production from the position. Pope, coming off injury, wasn't at his best Monday night.

7. Leonard Weaver, FB, Seahawks. Rib injuries are painful. Weaver will need time to heal. Seattle will give more playing time to rookie Owen Schmitt.

8. Mike Wahle, LG, Seahawks. Two more penalties gave him six this season. The false start prior to the 2-point try hurt.

9. Tim Hightower, RB, Cardinals. The 49ers pretty much shut him down.

10. Maurice Morris, RB, Seahawks. Seattle went almost exclusively with Julius Jones against the Dolphins. Morris was the odd man out.