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View Poll Results: Should Kurt Warner make the HOF?

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    Kurt Warner

    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 would have to say no,he was good, but imo not HOF good, didnt play long enough imo

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    Well the reason that i would have to say yes is because he was apart of one of the greatest offenses in the game. When he was in the league he was the best QB of the time.
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    Great numbers, but no way does he deserve the HOF. Career was way too short and he has tried to hang on too long. Great guy, team guy, nothing but a class act but not a HOF'er. If he goes in then you use the reason given, then you have to put in guys like Bo Jackson and Terrel Davis. Both were among the best of their era's but careers were too short.

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    He didn't do it for too long. He only was a top QB for a stretch of 4-5 years.


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    if they would have won the second superbowl and just been able to remain as the starter for either STL, NYG or ARI he would have had a much more legitimate shot. But because he lost his job to two rookies in two seperate circumstances that hurts.

    too bad he started having hand problems. the guy was good for a nice stretch.

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    His case is the same as Terrell Davis. They were both unheralded and unknown rookies whom rose to stardom. The reason they won't make the HoF is because they didn't have long careers? I believe they should get in, they both overcame great adversity to do something great. Without them the Broncos & Rams would never have won those Superbowls

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    not good for long enough...... sucks to be replaced by Eli and Leinart though

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    is doug williams from the Washington Redsking super bowl a hall of famer??
    if yes then warner should be a hall of famer.

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    If only Warner didnt spend his rookie years in Arena Football. This would have given him more time to "pad" his stats. But for now, no hall of famer should be sitting on the sidelines for the Arizona Cardinals.

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    he had some good seasons but not that many to get in i voted no

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    No Way,he is not HOF material,he thrived for a few yrs. maybe his wife can talk them into it,she wears the pants

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    i dont think he'll get in, but WHY isnt phil simms in!?!?!?!?!?

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    No he deffanatly wont get in because he had like 2-3 good seasons and thats it, id put in Jim McMahon before him(No offense Jimmy).

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    Kurt Warner has been in the league 9 years and has had 3 good seasons. He has only thrown for over 3000 yards 3 times.

    Att Comp % Yards YPC TD INT RATING

    1998 St. Louis Rams 11 4 36.4 39 3.55 0 0 47.2
    1999 St. Louis Rams 499 325 65.1 4353 8.72 41 13 109.2
    2000 St. Louis Rams 347 235 67.7 3429 9.88 21 18 98.3
    2001 St. Louis Rams 546 375 68.7 4830 8.85 36 22 101.4
    2002 St. Louis Rams 220 144 65.5 1431 6.50 3 11 67.4
    2003 St. Louis Rams 65 38 58.5 365 5.62 1 1 72.9
    2004 New York Giants 277 174 62.8 2054 7.42 6 4 86.5
    2005 Arizona Cardinals 375 242 64.5 2713 7.23 11 9 85.8
    2006 Arizona Cardinals 168 108 64.3 1377 8.20 6 5 89.3

    I wouldnt call 3 seasons a Hall of Fame career. His numbers sucked after he left St. Louis and amazingly enough Marc Bulger comes in and starts putting up ProBowl numbers PRODUCT OF THE SYSTEM

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