Why couldn't he perform those years as well like a HoFer would? You mentioned 1 record btw and you were inaccurate in your 3x
Exotic offenses can win championships? Raiders in 76 80 83. Redskins in the glory years. I'm a huge Warner fan. I've made my career in a grocery store believe me i love Warner. Just don't think he's HoF. Just outside? Yes.
I'm not old. You assume that cause i said my favorite era is the 70s as a reply to you saying this shows how fans are spoiled. You proceeded to insinuate i was 13 then 60 in 2 posts. Which is it? And the current HoF is a joke. Also you have no bearing on who is chosen to represent the NFL in Canton either. So quit being pretentious. I'm not the only one who said No he's not a HoFer.
By your logic plunkett should be in. And Warner in before Stabler is lulz.
How was I inaccurate in my 3x? Its right there...
Most Yards Gained, Game 414 Kurt Warner, St. Louis vs. Tennessee, XXXIV 377 Kurt Warner, Arizona vs. Pittsburgh, XLIII 365 Kurt Warner, St. Louis vs. New England, XXXVI
Why didn't Stabler perform so well after his only SB victory as a HoFer would? (hint: same reason as Warner)
Stabler won the same number of Super Bowls as Warner, threw more interceptions than touchdowns, and was actually drafted. Oh, and he had one fewer league MVP trophy.
Not sure what was "exotic" about the '76 Raiders offense. It was a carbon copy of the Air Coryell that the Cardinals had been using for a few years. Sure, the Rams' offense was too, but unlike earlier teams, they didn't need a 2:1 rush to pass ratio to set it up.
Again... it is not the Hall of Stats. How is Ken Stabler's story better than Kurt Warner's? Is it the three divorces? The three DUIs? Nonpayment of taxes?
Plunkett's career was pretty pedestrian all around. The Super Bowl against the Eagles was a brilliant game, but that was about it.
Edited by googoodan, 25 June 2014 - 11:36 PM.