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    Warner as a color analyst?

    I have always thought that when 13 hangs the pads up for the last time TV should be knocking on his door. The man is articulate, humble, entertaining, has a sense of humor, respected and knows the game inside and out. It's easy to listen to Warner describe situations because he doesn't stutter, and always seems to be confident in what he is talking about.


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    Re: Warner as a color analyst?

    Hey, Maybe KW will be reunited with MF on the NFL Network someday? That's a pair to beat a fullhouse for sure!:r :r

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    Re: Warner as a color analyst?

    I'd prefer him as a QB coach. He's done excellently so far with teaching up and coming QBs the ropes. Bulger, Leinart, Manning. Although Manning seems to be struggeling lately.

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    Re: Warner as a color analyst?

    I think he'd be excellent on the air. He's charming, intelligent, warm, sincere, and articulate. Those are qualities that already put him ahead of the current crop of QB/analysts out there who lack at least one of those characteristics (Aikman, Bradshaw, Young, etc.)
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    Re: Warner as a color analyst?

    I have heard him speak at a luncheon and he was excellent. That being said, I think he probably moves on to his religeous work.
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    Re: Warner as a color analyst?

    Personally, i think he has some good years in him as a backup qb. BUt i agree he would be a good announcer. Warner thread to follow

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    Re: Warner as a color analyst?

    Warner has the personality and voice to be an excellent announcer, but I've haerd that several teams will want to go after him as a quarterback coach.

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