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Kurt Warner a Hall of Famer?

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Legitimate question. What says the Huddle? Should Kurt Warner get in the HoF?

 

3 Superbowls, 2 MVPs, 12 years played, rags to riches story.

 

link to inpiration story (http://espn.go.com/blog/arizona-cardinals/post/_/id/6987/warner-self-aware-of-hall-of-fame-questions).

 

 

I say he should get in. Maybe not first ballot, but he should be in the HoF eventually.

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Without comparing his credentials to others in the HOF, I would have to say 100% yes.

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At first blush, I'd say yes as well.

 

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i can't stand kurt warner so no

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Yes.

Aside from a career loaded with impressive numbers, he brought his Cardinal team in Charlotte in 2008 for the playoffs and handed the Panthers an embarrassing loss.

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My gut actually says 'no'.

 

But a pretty good argument can be made.

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Not before Charles Haley.

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He's all hall of fame grocery store bagger in my book all day.

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I don't know.  He certainly had a good career, but hall of fame should be for those who had sustained excellence.  From 2002-2007, his numbers are fairly average.  During that 6 year stretch, he started less than half the games his team played in.  He basically had good runs at the beginning and end of his NFL career, but was average in the middle. 

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