Warner wants job, but Cards should deal Leinart back in

By Chris Cluff  |   Wednesday, December 19, 2007  |  Comments( 2 )

Arizona Cardinals
Kurt Warner thinks he can be the Arizona Cardinals' quarterback next season, and, based on what happened this year, he probably has a key supporter in rookie coach Ken Whisenhunt. But Whisenhunt needs to swallow hard and give the job back to Matt Leinart next year. Warner, 36, has had one of the best storybook careers in NFL history, rising from...
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09:39 AM
Looks like its time for Wife to get back on the phone to some radio stations....
10:18 AM
You dont get it do you? It doesnt matter if matt could be a great quarterback. Its if he IS one right now. The NFL is about winning and Kurt Warner gives Arizona the best chance to win. Sure Matt was good in college, so was Reggie Bush... and Matt Jones... A few of the turnovers Kurt made were tipped by his receivers, and if Neil Rackers didnt keep missing field goals, Arizona would have been in the playoffs, for example... if he didnt miss that chip shot field goal against the saints... they would have never been backed up to the 2 yard line in OT!
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