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    Re: Kurt Warner

    He's washed up, damaged goods, something definitely wrong with his throwing hand.

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    Re: Kurt Warner

    I think I read somewhere that Kurt Warner once played for the Rams.

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    Re: Kurt Warner

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam View Post
    I think I read somewhere that Kurt Warner once played for the Rams.

    Which era?
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    Re: Kurt Warner

    You can blame it on Rackers, or the holder who did not call for the snap in time when Rackers made the FG.
    I call B.S. One of the highest paid kickers in the league is expected...REQUIRED to make a friggin' 32 yard field goal. I was all over him for missing the long field goal attempt against Washington but this isn't even in the same category. A 32 yarder is hardly more than an extra point.

    I understand that the Card's should have or could have won by a wide margin but the fact remains, regardless of anything else that happened, Rackers should have won that game. It's exactly why the Colts got rid of their idiot kicker.

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    Re: Kurt Warner

    I think that people need to cut
    Kurt some slack as he has done
    A lot for the team both on and off
    Sure he hasn't been the same
    But then again, people do get slower in that
    Older age.
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    Re: Kurt Warner

    Overall, ol Kurt has been having a good season. I'm very glad for him.
    I'd much rather see the Cards win this division than the Seahawks again as well.
    Of course, I also wouldn't mind if they all starting losing and we could make a comeback

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    Re: Kurt Warner

    Quote Originally Posted by Keenum View Post
    Overall, ol Kurt has been having a good season. I'm very glad for him.
    I'd much rather see the Cards win this division than the Seahawks again as well.
    Of course, I also wouldn't mind if they all starting losing and we could make a comeback
    Maybe Kurt can get himself a "Comeback Player of the Year" award to go with those MVP's?
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    Re: Kurt Warner

    Quote Originally Posted by laram0 View Post
    KW is one of my favorite RAMS of all-time. I couldn't be happier for KW this season. He is starting for the Cardinals and if it weren't for KW they wouldn't still be in the playoff hunt.

    KW has passed for 1525 yds, 11 td's, 6 ints, 9 sacks, 1 rushing td, 4 fumbles lost.

    I don't route for the Cardinals to win or anything but I always like to see KW do well. Obviously if KW is having a good game the Cardinals usually win.

    To be honest I don't mind at all seeing KW have a good game against us as long as we win the game.

    Am I the only one that feels this way about Kurt Warner?
    I like Kurt Warner and still root for him because we never should have let him go. he is a better quarterback than Bulger. The Rams have gone downhill since Bulger took over!

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    Re: Kurt Warner

    Warner had a very good year overall, I am glad for him. His stats look better for some Hall of Fame votes now I think.
    Leinart will remain the starter from what I hear, but Warner does have a chance to work his way to the starting role, possibly before the preseason if Leinart does not look good in camps.

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