Super Bowl Winner Kurt Warner Among Ten Candidates Who Should be in Hall of Fame According to ESPN Article


ESPN – NFL star and Super Bowl Winner Kurt Warner has been ranked by ESPN writer Kevin Seifert as one of ten candidates who should be in the Hall of Fame. According to an ESPN article on August 4, 2016, although Warner was one of the best quarterbacks in league history he was not among those enshrined into the Hall of Fame in 2016 and should not be forgotten. Source: ESPN

According to the ESPN article, among Kurt Warner’s achievements, he was one of only three quarterbacks to take two teams to the Super Bowl and one of the best quarterbacks in league history:

“Most notably, he is one of only three quarterbacks to take two teams to the Super Bowl. That those franchises — the St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals — were previously, and at times subsequently, moribund should not be forgotten. Finally, he was arguably the most accurate quarterback of his generation, and one of the best in league history.”

Kurt Warner is a former NFL quarterback and a two-time NFL most valuable player. Kurt Warner first attained stardom while playing for the St. Louis Rams from 1998 to 2003, where he won two NFL MVP awards in 1999 and 2001 as well as the Super Bowl MVP award in Super Bowl XXXIV. He led the 2008 Arizona Cardinals to Super Bowl XLIII and owns the three highest single-game passing yardage totals in Super Bowl history. He ended his football career as quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals on January 29, 2010 when he officially announced his retirement from the National Football League. He said he was looking forward to finally being a true father to his seven kids, and that he wanted to spend time with his wife. Kurt is also a popular Christian speaker and talks about the impact God has had in his life.

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