The Rams will be without Marshall Faulk’s services for at least a month. His broken hand was originally supposed to keep him out for 3-4 weeks, but doctors pushed it to 4-6 weeks yesterday. It was also learned that the Rams’ running back would also undergo knee surgery to repair torn ligaments. The knee procedure had no bearing on how long Faulk will be sidelined because the knee is expected to heal more quickly than the hand. Sunday’s loss also saw a handful of other injuries, as well. Backup linebacker Courtland Bullard is out indefinitely with a torn hamstring, backup fullback Dan Curley is also out indefinitely with a torn calf muscle, backup linebacker Jamie Duncan day-to-day with a high ankle sprain and cornerback Travis Fisher is day-to-day with a bruised shoulder. Yesterday, Mike Martz announced that Marc Bulger would be the Rams quarterback against the Cardinals on Sunday.