Why Kurt Warner Deserves a Spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

May 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the retirement of Kurt Warner this past offseason, speculation has began to whether or not he will be given a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
I personally feel that Kurt Warner needs to be inducted into the Hall of Fame and be appreciated for the great quarterback that he has been. This article looks at Warner's career achievements and reasons why he should be given one of the greatest honors in professional football.
Regular season achievements
Before we go into specifics, here is a look at Kurt Warner's statistics:
12 seasons, 116 games started, 67-49 record as a starter, 2,666/4,070 comp/att (65.5 completion percentage), 32,344 passing yards, 208 TD, 128 INT, 93.7 quarterback rating
While that body of work alone is impressive, Warner has also amassed several other achievements. He has been voted into four Pro Bowls and is a two-time league MVP.
Just to put that into perspective: seven players have won multiple league MVP awards. ...

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