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    Re: Kurt Warner signs 3-year, $18M deal with Arizona Cardinals

    "vikingstw" wrote:
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    They paid about 6 million more per year than I would have gave him because his prime is past him and he is very happy footed when you blitz him and make him uncomfortable in the pocket.
    He'll never survive in the playoffs again unless he's got an oline that doesn't let anyone hit him. If he gets hit its over.

    I really dislike the guy because the "Greatest Show on Turf" destroyed our favorite team in the playoffs. I love to see when Warner gets rattled and besides he is from Iowa.
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    Re: Kurt Warner signs 3-year, $18M deal with Arizona Cardinals

    Kurt Warner is a good short term answer for them I think. He wasn't too bad before getting injured.

    Snowin brings up a good point. While Warner is getting it done short term, they can hopefully draft a QB to be their starter down the road. The team needs work, but I think that was the right move in the long term.
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    Re: Kurt Warner signs 3-year, $18M deal with Arizona Cardinals

    They have the pick in the draft to take a good RB (although I hope they leave one for us), and we could see a slight replay of the rams offense if they had a big name running back plus Warner and the two other great wide recievers they already have.

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    Re: Kurt Warner signs 3-year, $18M deal with Arizona Cardinals

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    I don't understand what makes him so washed up ... he was VERY effective last season and looked VERY good ... he would have been the leading passer in yardage if he had not gotten hurt.
    He is often injured, sporadic, jumpy in the pocket etc. The only readon the Cardinals did so well passing is because they have two great WRs and they stopped running the ball after they found out JJ Arington sucks early in the season.


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    Re: Kurt Warner signs 3-year, $18M deal with Arizona Cardinals

    Denny Green doesn't know much, but he does know how to put together a potent offense

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    Re: Kurt Warner signs 3-year, $18M deal with Arizona Cardinals

    They better be thinkin of a predecesor (spelling?). I don't think Warner has that much left in him. However he is probably a good short term option. 3 years... hmm. Sure I guess, but he'd better be training whoever they bring in and help him develop.

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    Re: Kurt Warner signs 3-year, $18M deal with Arizona Cardinals

    I think hes a great passer but I think hes getting overpaid

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    Re: Kurt Warner signs 3-year, $18M deal with Arizona Cardinals

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    I don't understand what makes him so washed up ... he was VERY effective last season and looked VERY good ... he would have been the leading passer in yardage if he had not gotten hurt.
    He is often injured, sporadic, jumpy in the pocket etc. The only readon the Cardinals did so well passing is because they have two great WRs and they stopped running the ball after they found out JJ Arington sucks early in the season.
    He had a couple of injuries in St. Louis ... but only one that really sidelined him that badly ... he had the one last year ... but he was not injured in 2004 so in two years he mised 6 games because of injury (and that is because they sat him an extra game because they were already eliminated) ... sporadic somewhat ... but put up VERY consistent numbers last season ... jumpy in the pocket was fair when he started struggling in St. Louis THREE YEARS AGO ... since then he has shown a lot of compsure while leading the Giants to a solid start (before the Giants feel apart under Manning) and leading the No. 8 offense in the NFL last season ... He averaged 270 yards per game last season ... the only knck on him last year is that he couldnt get in the endzone (and that is because defenses ALWAYS had seven back against them or blitzed ... there was no threat of the run)
    Not having a running game and still throwing for 270 yards a contest is pretty impressive when other teams know that is all you can do. The receivers are great (I think Boldin is the best in the league) but they cant do it without a QB getting it to them (just look at McCown's stats) ... just think that Warner still has enough left in the tank and was written off because Martz fed him to the wolves in St. Louis.

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    Re: Kurt Warner signs 3-year, $18M deal with Arizona Cardina

    I guess that rules out the C-Pep to Arizona rumor. :grin:

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    Re: Kurt Warner signs 3-year, $18M deal with Arizona Cardina

    Yep Daunte is not heading to arizona but i wouldnt doubt if micheal Bennet heads that way come march 3rd.

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