The League

THE QUESTION

Is Kurt Warner the MVP?

Does the former arena leaguer have what it takes to be the NFL's best player, yet again?

Posted by Emil Steiner on November 11, 2008 4:03 PM
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Football fanatic: I'd give it to Drew Brees. The numbers speak for themselves....

RAM: Too early.I want to see what he does for the remainder of the season.As of right now he is the MVP....

coldH2Owi: Absolutely not since he claims someone else is actually responsible for his play, namely jesus christ. How can anyone in their right mind a...

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Pie Monkey :

If Kurt Warner played in any other division would we even be having this conversation? No because the Cardinals would be 3-6 not 6-3. When they have beaten some real teams instead of almost losing to the 49ers then call me.

Kurt Warner :

Here are some real teams - Cowboys, Bills, Dolphins.. Oh and we beat the Rams at St Louis. unlike the Skins who lost to the Rams in Washington.

jaypem :

The more interesting question to me is, is Warner looking more and more like a Hall Of Famer? I would never have thought so before this year, but if he wins MVP again this year, that will be 3 total, one super bowl championship and MVP, and once as super bowl runner up. He is only top 50 at this point in yards and touchdowns, so probably not. And I would never put him ahead of, say, Phil Simms who may never make it despite being top 20 all time in those categories. But perhaps when Warner is finished, there will be more discussion of him than I would have thought even 5 years ago.

Football fanatic :

I'd give it to Drew Brees. The numbers speak for themselves.

RAM :

Too early.I want to see what he does for the remainder of the season.As of right now he is the MVP.

coldH2Owi :

Absolutely not since he claims someone else is actually responsible for his play, namely jesus christ. How can anyone in their right mind award someone who admits to this sort of underhanded self promotion.

 
 
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