Don’t Count on Kurt Warner Heading to the NFL Hall of Fame

May 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Kurt Warner's first three years in the NFL were incredible. Over that span from 1999 to 2001, the St. Louis Rams went 35-8. He also helped the Rams in 1999 win the Super Bowl. 
His numbers:
1999: 325-499, 65.1 completion percentage, 4353 yards, and 41 touchdowns to 13 interceptions. Record for the Rams 13-3. 
2000: 235-347, 67.7 completion percentage, 3429 yards, and 21 touchdowns to 18 interceptions. Warner appeared in 11 games and in those games the Rams went 8-3.
2001: 375-546, 68.7 completion percentage, 4830 yards, and 36 touchdowns to 22 interceptions. The Rams went 14-2. 
The story of Warner is great having made it to the NFL after bagging groceries. Yet, great stories don't necessarily mean a player is Canton bound and Warner is not bound for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 
Does Warner have the numbers to belong with the likes of Joe Montana, Johnny Unitas, Joe Namath, Troy Aikman, John Elway, Warren Moon, Terry Bradshaw, Dan Fo...

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