Is Kurt Warner a Hall Of Famer?

Thaddeus YeiserCorrespondent IFebruary 10, 2009

Hi guys. This is going to be a tough question, but if Kurt Warner retires this year, is he a Hall of Famer?

At least for me, it's a toss up, but I'm just gonna give some pros and cons I've come up with, and then let you guys leave your comments, for or against. Feel free to answer the poll. Thanks for reading.

Let's start with the pros. Again, this is if he retires.


  • Two-time NFL MVP
  • Won Super Bowl XXXIV with the Rams
  • Has played in three Super Bowls
  • Holds the record for most yards ever thrown in the big game, second and third on the list belong to him as well
  • Second-highest completion percentage in NFL history
  • Third-highest career Passer Rating
  • Went from supermarket to Super Bowl
  • 182 touchdowns is not bad considering how long he played


  • Was only a true starter for the Rams for three seasons (1999-2001), which is not much. In '98, Trent Green was the starter. In '02 Warner was injured most of the season, and in '03 Marc Bulger became the full-time starter
  • Four Pro Bowls is good, but may not be Hall of Fame-worthy
  • Got cut by the Giants
  • Was the Cardinals' full-time starter in '07, and of course '08, but played off and on in '05 and Leinart was running the show in '06
  • Career was not consistent at all

There you go, the good and the bad.

Give your opinion.

Answer the poll, and I'll answer as many questions as I can. Thanks again, guys.