Kurt Warner was a five-time Pro Bowler (1999-2001 and 2008) and a two-time MVP (1999 and 2001), with many passing records:
Most yards passing in a playoff campaign (1,156 in 2008), three highest single-game passing yardage totals in Super Bowl history (XXXIV, XXXVI, and WLIII), only NFL quarterback to throw 40 touchdowns and win a Super Bowl in the same season (1999), tied Dan Marino as the fastest player to pass for 30,000 yards. He accomplished this in 114 games.
He also resurrected two franchises (St. Louis and Arizona), leading them to a combined three Super Bowls, winning one (XXXIV) in the process.
Warner put together one of the best seasons (1999) by a quarterback in NFL history, throwing for 4,353 yards with 41 touchdown passes. The Rams' high-powered offense was nicknamed "The Greatest Show on Turf" and registered the first in a string of three consecutive 500-point seasons (1999-2001), an NFL record.
He has also threw at least 100 TD passes for two different teams (St. Louis Rams, Arizona Cardinals)
Warner’s career totals are 32,344 passing yards, 208 touchdowns, and a 93.7 quarterback rating