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    Warner could still help us.

    He gets the start this week against the Hawks, it would been nice to see him get a big win! In more ways then one,


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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    Well, don't hold your breath....however, when you pass out you start breathing again but that's not the point.

    Arizona has no running game, the O line isn't that good, and I just think Warner needs to go to the broadcast booth.

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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    Arizona has no running game, the O line isn't that good, and I just think Warner needs to go to the broadcast booth.
    Gald to see TX you don't change much. Green must see something in him. It would be great if he can help us out with a win, right TX.

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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    Green must see something in him.
    Or maybe Green is just an idiot.

    McCown gives the Cards a better chance to beat the Seahawks. Besides, what did Warner do as a starter to warrant any trust? He was 0-3 with 1 TD.
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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    Hey, I just call it like I see it. 39 is right, what the heck has Warner done to bench McCown? I think McCown gives the Cardinals a much better chance to beat the Seahawks than Warner does just due to mobility alone.

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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    it would be nice to see warner play well...

    'zona is always tough at home. i think they have a shot at upsetting the seahawks...

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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    I don't want too hear it when Warner, Martz, Az, Ernie and may Marshal are In LA with the Saints. Ok thats a strech but it could happen, one big happy ex Rams family.

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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    Anquan Boldin won't be playing, which greatly complicates things for Warner. Hope he brings his a-game, because it will take a monumental effort to get it done against Seattle.

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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    Yeaaaay, GO CARDINALS! Kurt, do it for your buddies here at ClanRam.

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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    what the heck has Warner done to bench McCown?
    ummm, win a superbowl.


    Cards are tough at home.

    GO KURT!

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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    Quote Originally Posted by sbramfan
    ummm, win a superbowl.


    Cards are tough at home.

    GO KURT!
    The Cards won a superbowl????? News to me.
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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    Quote Originally Posted by sbramfan
    ummm, win a superbowl.


    Cards are tough at home.

    GO KURT!
    Hey, at the age of 9 I ran the 6th fastest time in the United States in my age group in the 440. I'm 41, but do you still think the AAU will let me run?

    His Super Bowl was in 1999. That's been light years in NFL time.

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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    Okay then: Josh, win this one big for your team! Yeaaaay, GO CARDINALS!

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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    Well what did Mccown do to earn the job? He won vs the Whiners , big accomplishment there. He has looked shakey at best. Warner was looking good b4 the injury aside from the losses. He was in the top 10 on almost all QB stats. The lossses were coming more from the fact that they were one dimensional much like the Rams losses. Everyone knew they were gonna have to pass to win.

    Warner gives them a much better chance to win but it wont happen. Their line is attrocious and Seattle is really playing with heart this year. Yet You let Warner do a quick 3 step and fire on the slant. Maybe some quick crossing patterns you will see productivity. This will losen up the defence almost as much as a good running game. This will bring the safeties up letting the receivers get deep.It seems no one learned from the GSOT including the Rams. Everything is long and complicated and it kills QB's. Just get the damn ball out.

    Oh must I mention that AZs defence is terrible as well.
    LET'S GO DODGERS

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    Re: Warner could still help us.

    How bout Denny Green and Warner in the broadcast booth !!

    Denny could be the play-by-play guy and call all the players by their wrong names thereby giving Warner all the more opportunity to shine as the analyst.



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