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View Poll Results: Should Kurt Warner make the HOF?

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  1. #16
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    no way, he was a product of a very well oiled system. although I would say his numbers in that system were good enough so as to say he was a good player too, just not HoF calibre.

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    no way

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    I don't think he will. If he got in then McNair should go in since hes better.
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    No he didnt play long enough




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    Is Kurt Warner a Hall-of-famer?

    I had this discussion with my cousin last night, so I looked up Kurt Warner and found this. In my opinion, he is a Hall of famer. As crazy as it may sound.

    http://blogs.mercurynews.com/49ers/2...hall-of-famer/


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    2 mvps and a SB champion, I would have to say yes even though he has been inconsistent.


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    As soon as I read the post my gut said Young is in so you have to put Warner in. Looking at the stats I had no idea how good the guy is. I think he has to go in.
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    42 Super Bowls...NFC East has 19 SB appearances and 11 wins.

    SB Appearances
    Dallas = 8 (5 wins)
    Washington = 5 (3 wins)
    New York = 4 (3 wins)
    Philly = 2 (0 wins)

    NFC East SB Appearances 45.2%
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    Quote Originally Posted by cowboysforlife View Post
    As soon as I read the post my gut said Young is in so you have to put Warner in. Looking at the stats I had no idea how good the guy is. I think he has to go in.
    Yeah, that's why I started the thread. I don't think most people know how good he is throughout his career. In my opinion, his first year eligible, he's going in. You can't really say no to him


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    I say yes, but not a first ballot HOFer. He's done some pretty remarkable things. And you have to love his story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    Alright guys i think that it needs to be asked, his career is much shorter than most of the guys we think of as HOF guys like Elway, Marino, Young, Montana. But he was for his ERA one of the best, and of course lead the Greatest Show on Turf. This is a tough debate because of his impressive stats for the time he played.

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    G      Comp     Att      PCT       YD       Y/A     TD      INT
    77     1614     2463     65.5     20130     8.2     124     83
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    I suggest showing his stats compared to HOFer Steve Young. Aso might be good to add that he's got a league MVP, SB MVP and SB win.
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    42 Super Bowls...NFC East has 19 SB appearances and 11 wins.

    SB Appearances
    Dallas = 8 (5 wins)
    Washington = 5 (3 wins)
    New York = 4 (3 wins)
    Philly = 2 (0 wins)

    NFC East SB Appearances 45.2%
    NFC East SB Wins 26.2%

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    Its not that he hasn't played long enough. Its that he hasn't played GOOD long enough.

    No to HOF

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowboysforlife View Post
    I suggest showing his stats compared to HOFer Steve Young. Aso might be good to add that he's got a league MVP, SB MVP and SB win.
    Wow, i posted that almost two years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carson005 View Post
    Its not that he hasn't played long enough. Its that he hasn't played GOOD long enough.

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    I would have to agree. He was great from 1999-2001 and has had renaissance since the 2nd half of last year, but there's a 5 year gap in his career when he wasn't even a starter for much of that time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cowboysforlife View Post
    I suggest showing his stats compared to HOFer Steve Young. Aso might be good to add that he's got a league MVP, SB MVP and SB win.
    Young has 7 Pro Bowls to Warner's 3, although he'll probably get a 4th this year. Young has 2 league MVP's and has likewise won 1 Super Bowl and an SB MVP. Young's record as a starter is 94-49, 91-33 if you discount his tenure with those horrible Bucs team. Warner's record is 48-37.

    Young has about 7000 more yards than him passing plus over 4200 yards rushing and 43 rushing TD's and his passer rating is above Warner's.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    Wow, i posted that almost two years ago.
    Wow....that was weird. I started out posting in the NFL forum and then somehow ended up in here in the HOF forum... Got to lay off the Scotch.
    GO COWBOYS!

    42 Super Bowls...NFC East has 19 SB appearances and 11 wins.

    SB Appearances
    Dallas = 8 (5 wins)
    Washington = 5 (3 wins)
    New York = 4 (3 wins)
    Philly = 2 (0 wins)

    NFC East SB Appearances 45.2%
    NFC East SB Wins 26.2%

    GO COWBOYS!

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