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  • Curly Horns
    Official "Thank You Kurt Warner" Thread
    by Curly Horns
    Thanks for all of the fond memories and your part in our Rams Super Bowl 34victory.

    I hope you enjoy your retirement from the NFL. You are a class act and one of pro sports true gentlemen.

    I now look forward to your entrance into the Pro Football Hall of Fame!


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    -01-29-2010, 01:37 PM
  • txramsfan
    Warner as a color analyst?
    by txramsfan
    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.
    -03-29-2007, 09:58 AM
  • RamDez
    quote about Warner
    by RamDez
    I think I wanted to write about Kurt Warner after the Super Bowl, but didn't get the chance because he was so average and his team lost. But a few numbers from the last three years shouldn't be forgotten. One: Warner is the most accurate quarterback ever, completing 66.9 percent of his throws, better than second-place Steve Young (64.3). Two: Warner is the highest-rated quarterback ever, at 103.0; Young is a light year behind (96.8) in second place. Three, and this is one for the ages: Warner's career 9.02-yards-per-pass-attempt is almost half-a-yard better than No. 2 Otto Graham, at 8.63. No quarterback who has played football in the last 50 years has had a career yards-per-attempt average of eight yards, and Warner's is over 9. "I mean, do people have any idea what we're watching here?" say his coach, Mike Martz.
    -04-08-2002, 03:31 PM
  • ButterCup8119
    Just A Little Something For Whiny Warnerties
    by ButterCup8119
    Okay, I want to start out by saying that YES, I do respect Kurt Warner and I greatly appreciate him helping us win Super Bowl 34. What my problem is, when Kurt Warner started slipping, couldnt concentrate in practice "because he was too busy reading his bible", his wife wouldnt shut her big mouth, he couldnt throw a ball with a broken pinky when the ALMIGHTY Brett Farve can play a fantastic game with a broken THUMB. You cant hold on to a player just because he won you one super bowl. Dont you want to win more than just that?? Kurt got a fair start in Arizona and Mikes offense flourished with Marc Bulger. Marc & Torry have undeniable chemistry. No doubt if Kurt Warner would have played that year instead, he would have become a distraction and we would not have done as well as we did. Mike took so much crap for letting warner go, but it was for the better of both sides. Well I dont care if you agree or not, but as a BULGERiTE I felt complelled to post this little stat for you:
    • QB Marc Bulger (101) needs two touchdown passes to pass Kurt Warner (102) for fourth place on the Rams’ all-time career touchdown completions list.

    Oh and dont get confused. That was before the game, before his TD pass to BIG GAME (my man)!! He stood up like a man, came back from a concussion and played like a man, no one can deny that. But so that makes it ....one more touchdown and the record goes to who it belongs to

    <3 Buttercup *Love to Ramsnation*
    -12-17-2007, 10:09 AM
  • AvengerRam_old
    *OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT* - 2010 ClanRam Bash
    by AvengerRam_old
    You are Cordially Invited to:

    The 2010 ClanRam Bash
    September 11 - 12, 2010

    Tentative Schedule of Events:

    Saturday Night:
    Dinner at Jake's Steaks in Laclede's Landing
    Featuring the 2nd Annual Rams Trivia Raffle

    Sunday:

    Opening Day

    St. Louis Rams

    vs.

    Arizona Cardinals

    More Details Coming Soon!

    Hope to See You All There!
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    -04-30-2010, 07:21 AM
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