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									Kurt Warner
a legend retires
  january   29,   2010
                                                              Kurt Warner
                                                       KURT WARNER
                                                         Quarterback
                                                           Quarterback
                                                           6-2, 214
                                                           6-2, 214
                                                    College: Northern Iowa
                                                           June 22, Northern Iowa
                                                     Born: College:1971
                                                           Born: June 22,
                                                   Hometown: Burlington, IA 1971
                                                              Hometown: Burlington, IA
                                                          Career Highlights
•   A two-time NFL MVP (1999 and 2001); was also named Super Bowl XXXIV MVP after leading the Rams to a victory over the
    Tennessee Titans (1/30/00).
•   Became just the second player ever to start at QB in the Super Bowl for two different teams (Craig Morton, Dallas/Denver).
•   In 2008, was honored as the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year for his community service and was also awarded the “Good
    Guy Award” from the Pro Football Writers Association for the player who most helps the media do its job. In 2009, a Sports
    Illustrated poll of NFL players named Warner as the active player who serves as the best role model on and off the field. Also
    recognized by USA WEEKEND as its Most Caring Athlete for 2009.
•   A four-time Pro Bowler (1999, ’00, ’01, ‘08) and two-time All-Pro (1999, ’01), led the NFL in completion percentage and average
    gain per attempt three times each, led the NFL in passer rating and TDs twice and led the league in passing yardage once.
•   Career completion percentage of 65.5 ranks #2 in NFL history behind only Chad Pennington (66.1%). His 260.9 passing yards
    per game ranks #2 in NFL history behind only Peyton Manning (261.1) and his career passer rating of 93.7 ranks #5 in NFL
    history.
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•   In his 114 career game (10/18/09 at Seattle), reached 30,000 career passing yards tying Dan Marino as the fastest player in
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    NFL history to reach 30,000 passing yards. Was the second fastest QB (76 career game) to reach 20,000 yards in NFL history
    (Marino, 74) and was the fastest player in NFL history to reach 10,000 passing yards (36 games).
•   In week two of the ’09 season in Jacksonville, established an NFL single-game record for completion percentage (92.3%) after
    connecting on 24 of 26 pass attempts.
•   In week eight of the ’09 season vs. Carolina, reached 14,000 passing yards with Arizona and became the first QB in NFL history
    to pass for 14,000 yards with two teams.
•   His 26 TD passes in 2009 gave him 100 TD passes as a member of the Cardinals. Combined with his 102 TD passes as a
    member of the St. Louis Rams, became just the second player in NFL history to throw for at least 100 TDs with two separate
    teams, joining Fran Tarkenton (NYG & MIN).
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•   On 11/15/09 vs. Seattle, threw his 200 career TD in his 118 career game. Only Marino, Peyton Manning, Brett Favre and Tom
    Brady reached 200 passing TDs in fewer career games.
•   Between weeks 9-13 of the ’09 season, recorded a passer rating of 120.0 or better in all four of his starts, making him just the
    second QB in NFL history to record four consecutive games with a passer rating of 120.0+ (Johnny Unitas, 1965).
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•   In week five of the 2009 season vs. Houston, reached 50 career 300-yard games in his 113 career game, becoming the fastest
    quarterback in NFL history to reach 50 300-yard games, shattering the former record held by Marino (176 games).
•   Has thrown for 300 yards 52 times in his 124-game career. Only Marino (63), Favre (61) and Peyton Manning (56) have more
    career 300-yard games. Has thrown for 300 yards in 41.9% of his games, by far the highest percentage among all-time players
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    with 100 games played (Manning is 2 with 29.2%).
•   Recorded nine 300-yard passing games in both 1999 and 2001 (NFL single-season record is 10 by Oakland’s Rich Gannon in
    2002 and New Orleans’ Drew Brees in 2008).
•   Holds a share of the NFL record for most consecutive 300-yard passing games with six in 2000 (Rich Gannon, 2002, and San
    Francisco’s Steve Young, 1998).
•   His 4,830 passing yards in 2001 represent the third-highest single-season total in NFL history (Dan Marino, 5,084 in 1984; Drew
    Brees, 5,069 in 2008).
•   Recorded his third career game with a perfect passer rating of 158.3 in week 2 of 2008 against the Dolphins, completing 19-of-24
    passes for 361 yards and 3 TDs. His three career perfect games tie him with Indianapolis’ Peyton Manning for the NFL record.
•   His 401 completions in 2008 represent the fifth-highest single-season total in NFL history behind Drew Brees (440 in 2007, 413 in
    ’08), Rich Gannon (418 in 2002) and Warren Moon (404 in 1991).

                                                         Cardinals Highlights
• After recording the second-highest completion percentage in Cardinals history in 2009 (66.1%), now has the four highest single-
  season completion percentage totals in franchise history. He completed 64.5% of his passes in 2005, 62.3% in 2007 and a
  franchise record 67.1% in 2008.
• Has thrown for 300+ yards 22 times as a member of the Cardinals, the most in team history. Neil Lomax (19) was the previous
  record holder.
• After throwing for 3,753 yards in 2009, joined Lomax as the only QBs in franchise history with at least three 3,000-yard seasons.
  Became the first QB in franchise history to throw for 3,000+ yards in three consecutive seasons.
• Threw for 26 TD passes in ‘09, becoming the first QB in franchise history to throw for 20+ TDs in three consecutive seasons (30 in
  ‘08 & 27 in ‘07).
• Posted eight games with a passer rating of 100.0+ in 2009, tying the single season franchise record established by Lomax in
  1984. Warner has recorded a 100.0+ passer rating 22 times with the Cardinals, the second-highest total in franchise history
  (Lomax, 26) and has a 19-3 record with the Cards when he has a 100.0+ rating, winning the last 14 straight.
• In 2008, established Cardinals regular season franchise records for attempts (598), completions (401), completion percentage
  (67.1), passer rating (96.9), TD passes (30) and consecutive games with a TD pass (22). He also passed for 4,583 yards, the
  second-highest total in franchise history (Neil Lomax—4,614, 1984).
• With 26 TD passes & 14 INTs in ‘09, his +12 TD to INT ratio tied for the 3rd-best in franchise history. Combined with his franchise-
  record +16 ratio in 2008 (30 TDs, 14 INTs), Warner now has two of the top three TD to INT ratios in franchise history (Neil Lomax,
  1983,+13, 24 TDs to 11 INTs).
                                                    Career Postseason Highlights
  • His 304.0 passing yards per game (3,952—13), 66.5% career completion percentage (307 of 462), 8.55 yards per attempt
    (3,952—462) and six career 300-yard games are all NFL career postseason records. His 102.8 postseason passer rating is the
    second-best in NFL postseason history behind Bart Starr (104.8).
  • His 31 career TD passes in the postseason rank fourth all-time, despite appearing in just 13 games. Joe Montana (45 in 23
    games), Brett Favre (44 in 24 games) and Dan Marino (32 in 18 games) are the only players with more postseason TD passes
    than Warner.
  • Threw for 377 yards in Super Bowl XLIII vs. the Steelers, the second-highest total in Super Bowl history behind his 414 yards vs.
    Tennessee in Super Bowl XXXIV. He has the top three passing totals in Super Bowl history, having also thrown for 365 yards
    against New England in Super Bowl XXXVI. He is the only QB in Super Bowl history with three 300-yard performances.
  • Has totaled 1,156 yards passing in his three Super Bowl appearances, the most passing yards of any QB in Super Bowl history.
  • Became just the second QB (Craig Morton, Dallas and Denver) in NFL history to start a Super Bowl for two different teams. After
    leading the St. Louis Rams to Super Bowl appearances in 1999 and 2001, guided the Cardinals to Super Bowl XLIII, becoming
    just the third QB in NFL history (John Elway-8, Craig Morton-7) to start a Super Bowl seven or more years apart.
  • After his 379-yard performance against the Packers in the ’09 Wild Card game, Warner has now passed for at least 365 yards in
    six postseason games, extending his NFL record.
  • After posting a 154.1 passer rating in the 2009 Wild Card contest against the Packers, joined Peyton Manning as the only players
    in NFL history with two postseason games with a passer rating of 145.0 or higher.
  • Is one of just two QBs in NFL history to throw five or more TD passes in two postseason games. Daryle Lamonica had five TDs
    vs. Kansas City in 1968 and six vs. Houston in 1969. Only four other QBs (Peyton Manning, Kerry Collins, Steve Young and Joe
    Montana) have ever had five TDs in a postseason game.
  • In the 2009 Wild Card win over the Packers, completed 80+ percent of his passes (87.8%), threw for over 300 yards (379) and
    passed for five TD passes, a feat that has been accomplished just three times in NFL postseason history. Warner is the architect
    of two of those three performances. In his NFL playoff debut vs. Minnesota on 1/16/00 in an NFC Divisional Game, Warner
    completed 27 of 33 passes (82%) for 391 yards with five touchdowns in a 49-37 win.
  • Recorded two separate streaks of 11 consecutive completions against the Packers in the Wild Card game, becoming the first QB
    in the Super Bowl era to accomplish that feat in the postseason.
  • Between the NFC Championship Game in 2008 and the Wild Card contest in 2009, posted three consecutive games with a
    passer rating of 110+, tied for the second-longest streak in postseason history with a 110+ passer rating (Joe Montana, 5).


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Pro Career: Originally signed by the Green Bay Packers as an          passing yards in 114 career game, tying Marino as the fastest
undrafted free agent on 4/28/94 but was released on 8/17/94.          QB in NFL history to reach 30,000 career passing yards; helped
Went on to play in the Arena Football League with the Iowa            offense possess the ball for 42:50, marking the first time since
Barnstormers (1995-97) before signing as a free agent with the        12/18/94 (41:31 vs. Cin) that Arizona held the ball for at least
St. Louis Rams on 12/26/97. Allocated to NFL Europe where he          40:00 … threw for 242 yards with two TDs and tied career-high
played for the Amsterdam Admirals during the 1998 NFL                 with five INTs vs. Car (11/1); became only the fifth player in
Europe season. Played six seasons for the Rams (1998-2003)            franchise history to throw for over 14,000 yards … registered a
before signing with the Giants on 6/3/04 as an unrestricted free      passer rating of 132.9 and tied career-high with five TDs while
agent. Signed a one-year contract with the Cardinals on 3/6/05        becoming the third Cardinals QB since 1965 to throw for four
as an unrestricted free agent and inked a three-year pact with        TDs in the first half @ Chi (11/8); named “NFC Offensive Player
Arizona on 2/14/06, following the 2005 season. Re-signed with         of the Week”; marked second time he has thrown for five TDs
the Cardinals on 3/4/09, agreeing to a two-year contract as an        (10/10/99 vs. SF), setting an NFL record for the longest time
unrestricted free agent.                                              between five TD games (10 years, 29 days); joined Steve
                                                                      Spurrier as the only opposing QBs ever to throw for five TDs at
2009: Started 15 of 16 games in the regular season and both           Soldier Field; became the first Cardinals QB since Charley
postseason contests … was named a Pro Bowl alternate after            Johnson (6 TDs-vs. NO, 11/2/69) to throw for at least five TDs in
throwing for 3,753 yards and 26 TDs … voted a team captain by         a game; became first NFL QB since Detroit’s Gary Danielson
his teammates and started the first 10 games of the season,           (1978) to throw five or more INTs in a game and then throw five
setting a new career-high with 41 consecutive games started           or more TDs in the following game … completed 29-of-38
(including postseason), the fourth longest streak by a QB in          passes (76.3%) for a season-high 340 yards, two TDs and a
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franchise history … completed an NFL record 92.3% of his              passer rating of 120.5 vs. Sea (11/15); became 29 player in
passes @ Jax (9/20); completed the first 15 passes of the game        NFL history to reach 200 career TD passes and was the fifth
to set a franchise record for consecutive completions to start a      fastest to reach the milestone (118 games) … before leaving the
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game and tied Jake Plummer (vs. Washington, 11/8/98) for the          game with a head injury late in the 2 quarter, completed 15-of-
franchise consecutive completions record ... registered a 109.8       19 passes for 203 yards and two TDs with a passer rating of
passer rating and 302 passing yards after completing 20-23            146.3 @ StL (11/22); marked the first time since 2001 (wks 2-4)
passes for 262 yards and two TDs in the first half vs. Hou            and just the fourth time in his career that he registered a passer
(10/11); eclipsed 13,000 passing yards as a Cardinal to become        rating of 100+ in three consecutive games (first time a Cardinals
just the second player in NFL history to throw for 13,000+ yards      QB had accomplished the feat since Neil Lomax in 1983);
with two different teams—14,447 yards with the Rams (Fran             reached 20 TD passes on the season to become the first QB in
Tarkenton: 33,098 yards-Min, 13,905 yards-NYG); became one            franchise history to throw for at least 20 TDs in three
of five QBs in NFL history to throw for 300+ yards at least 50        consecutive seasons … inactive (head) @ Ten (11/29); ended
times during their career and became the fastest to reach 50,         career-best streak of 41 consecutive games started (including
doing it in just 113 career games, surpassing Dan Marino (176         postseason) … for only the second time in NFL history (Johnny
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games); marked 20 300-yard performance in 50 game as a                Unitas-1965), registered a passer rating of 120.0+ (127.7) for
Cardinal to establish a new franchise record previously held by       the fourth consecutive game by completing 22-32 passes for
Neil Lomax (19 in 108 games) … totaled 276 yards passing and          285 yards and three TDs vs. Min (12/6); all three TDs came in
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a QB rating of 100.8 @ Sea (10/18); surpassed 30,000 career           the first half, marking the 11 time in his career he threw for
three TDs in the first half; became the first QB in franchise         the only QBs with three separate streaks of four-plus games
history with a passer rating of 100.0 or better in four consecutive   over 300 yards ... against former team totaled 351 yards vs.
games; became the second QB in franchise history with at least        NYG (11/23); eclipsed 40,000 career passing yards as a pro QB
three 3,000-yard seasons (Neil Lomax-4) and the first with three      ... recorded 235 passing yards @ Phi (11/27) which gave him
consecutive 3,000+ yard seasons; with 15,093 passing yards as         3,741 passing yards for the season, the second highest total in
a Cardinal, surpassed Charley Johnson (14,982) for fourth place       franchise history ... against former team completed 24-of-33
in franchise history; for the second time in ‘09 (ninth time in his   passes for completion percentage of 72.7 vs. StL (12/7); with
career) was named “NFC Offensive Player of the Week” …                347 completions on the season surpassed Neil Lomax (345 in
totaled 313 passing yards on 24-38 passing for a passer rating        1984) for the franchise record ... registered one TD vs. Min
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of 106.6 after a 2 quarter where he completed 14-18 passes            (12/14); marked the franchise record 22 consecutive game he
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for 196 yards, two TDs and a season long 45-yard pass vs. StL         had thrown at least one TD pass ... made 100 career start and
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(12/27); recorded 100 passing TD as a member of the                   attempted 18 passes @ NE (12/21) to surpass Neil Lomax (560
Cardinals, making him the second QB in NFL history to throw at        attempts in 1984) for the single season franchise record for
least 100 TD passes for two different teams (Fran Tarkenton,          pass attempts ... recorded a passer rating of 117.1 and for the
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Vikings/Giants); marked 52 300-yard passing game of his               first time since 12/17/01 (vs. NO), registered four TD passes vs.
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career (franchise record 22 as a Cardinal), the fourth most in        Sea (12/28); gave him a franchise record 30 TD passes on the
NFL history (trails Peyton Manning-56, Brett Favre-60, Dan            season ... recorded two of the top four longest pass plays in
Marino-63); now has thrown for 300+ yards in 42.3% of his             franchise postseason history with a 42-yard TD to Fitzgerald
career games (52-123), the highest percentage in NFL history;         and a 71-yard TD to Boldin vs. Atl (1/3/09); 71-yard TD also
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marked 22 game as a Cardinal (2 most in franchise history-            marked the fourth longest TD pass in Wild Card Playoff history
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Neil Lomax, 26) and 47 of his career with a passer rating of          ... for the second straight week helped set a then franchise
100.0 or better (min. 15 attempts); with his eighth game this         postseason-high with 33 points scored while throwing two TDs
season with a passer rating of 100.0+ tied Neil Lomax (1984) for      @ Car (1/10/09) ... recorded a career playoff best passer rating
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the single season franchise record; won his 15 straight game          of 145.7 and the second best postseason completion
and improved to 19-3 as a Cardinal when he finishes with a            percentage of his career (75.0) vs. Phi (1/18/09); went 5-5 for 56
passer rating of 100.0 or better … only played in the first two       yards while leading the Cards on a 14-play drive that consumed
series vs. in the regular season finale vs. GB (1/3/10) …             7:52 off the clock and gave Arizona the lead for good with 2:53
recorded the second highest passer rating (154.1) in NFL              remaining; improved to 3-0 in Conference Championships ...
postseason history by completing 29 of 33 passes for 379              registered 377 yards passing and two TDs vs. Pit (2/1/09) to
yards, five TDs and no INTs vs. GB (1/10/10); finished with a         record the second-highest total in Super Bowl history, behind
completion percentage of 87.9, the third highest in NFL               the 414 yards he threw for against Tennessee in Super Bowl
postseason history (min. 20 attempts); became the first player in     XXXIV.
the Super Bowl era with two separate streaks of 11 consecutive
completions in a postseason game; five TD passes tied                 2007: Began season as a backup but started final 11 games
postseason career-high and gave him 31 TD passes in his               after Matt Leinart suffered season ending collarbone injury in
postseason career—the fourth highest in NFL history; became           week five … before Leinart’s injury, the two split duties in games
first QB in NFL history with three postseason games with 4+           three and four when Warner came in to run a special “no
TDs and only the second QB in postseason history to throw for         huddle” package … played most of the season with a brace on
five or more TD passes in two postseason games (Daryle                his left elbow after tearing a ligament vs. Car (10/14) … 27 TDs
Lamonica, 1968-69); sixth 300-yard postseason game tied Joe           was the third highest single season total in team history … saw
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Montana for second-most in NFL history (Peyton Manning, 7);           action in his 80 career game as part of no huddle package and
marked NFL record sixth postseason game with at least 365             registered 258 yards on 15-of-20 passing with two TDs and a
passing yards, two-more than Manning (4); joined Manning as           passer rating of 150.0 @ Bal (9/23) … shared time with Leinart
the only players in NFL history with multiple postseason games        for the second straight week, recording a team-high 132 yards
with a passer rating of 145.0 or higher … completed 17 of 26          and one TD vs. Pit (9/30) … against former team came on in
passes for 205 yards in the Divisional Game @ NO (1/16/10).           relief of Leinart, who left the game in the second quarter with a
                                                                      season ending collarbone injury @ StL (10/7) … started vs. Car
2008: Started all 16 regular season and four postseason               (10/14) and completed both passes before injuring left elbow on
games, setting numerous franchise passing records and earning         sack by Julius Peppers in the first quarter … despite torn
his fourth career trip to the Pro Bowl … named NFC Offensive          ligament, started next week @ Was (10/21) with heavily braced
Player of the Week after posting a perfect passer rating of 158.3     arm and completed 27-of-41 passes for 282 yards with two TDs
vs. Mia (9/14), became the first Cardinal QB to post a perfect        and two INTs … completed 26-of-36 passes for 259 yards with
passer rating since Jim Hart @ NYJ 11/23/75; 79-yard TD pass          three TDs, one INT and a QB rating of 108.4 vs. Det (11/11) …
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to Anquan Boldin and 75-yard pass to Larry Fitzgerald in the          totaled a career-high 484 yards (2 most in franchise history)
first quarter marked only the second time in team history that        on 34-of-48 passing with two TDs and two INTs vs. SF (11/25);
the Cardinals had two pass plays of 75 yards or more in the           34 completions are tied for the third-most in franchise history
same game with the other coming on 10/13/74 vs. Dal ... had an        behind only Kent Graham and Neil Lomax (37) and Jake
up and down day with three INTs and three lost fumbles while          Plummer and Boomer Esiason (35); 484 passing yards was the
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also registering 472 passing yards (second highest passing total      highest single-game total in the NFL in 2007 … in 90 career
of his career and most in a non-overtime game) as well as             game eclipsed 23,000 career passing yards @ Sea (12/9) …
setting a career and franchise record with 40 completions on 57       recorded 233 yards, three TDs and a QB rating of 106.7 @ NO
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attempts @ NYJ (9/28) … in 100 career game totaled 381                (12/16); marked his 34 career game with a QB rating over 100
yards on 35-of-49 passing vs. Car (10/26) ... surpassed 10,000        and became the first Cardinals QB to throw for 20 TDs in a
passing yards as a Cardinal with 328 yards vs. SF (11/10);            season since Neil Lomax in 1988 and the eighth time in team
became the fifth QB in Cardinals history to eclipse 10,000            history a QB has thrown for 20+ TDs … tied a career-high with
passing yards ... became first QB in franchise history with four      35 pass completions with 369 passing yards and three TDs vs.
consecutive 300-yard games by registering 395 yards @ Sea             Atl (12/23); recorded a QB rating of 105.9, which was his fifth
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(11/16); joined Hall of Famers Joe Montana and Dan Fouts as           start of 2007 and 35 career start where he finished with a
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passer rating over 100 … threw 41 300-yard passing game of             most in Rams franchise history; it marked his 30th career 300-
career with three TDs vs. StL (12/30) to mark a career-high            yard passing game; was sacked six times and fumbled and
eighth consecutive multi-TD game; his 10 multi-TD games in             suffered a concussion … did not play again until regular season
2007 were the most since he recorded 10 in 2001.                       finale @ Det (12/28), completing four-of-11 passes for 23 yards.

2006: Saw action in six games with five starts in his second           2002: Played in seven games with six starts during injury-
season with the Cardinals … completed 23-of-37 passes for 301          plagued season in St. Louis … started first four games, leaving
yards, three TDs and a 114.8 passer rating in the season               the game vs. Dal (9/29) with a finger injury that would sideline
opener vs. SF (9/10), his sixth 300-yard day of his Cardinals          him for the next five games … saw limited action vs. Chi (11/18)
career and 36th overall; named the NFC Offensive Player of the         … returned to starting lineup for the next two games, @ Was
Week for his performance, his sixth career Player of the Week          (11/24) and @ Phi (12/1) … missed final four games with a
honor and second with the Cardinals ... completed 19-of-28             hand injury, and was placed on injured reserve (12/12) …
passes for 256 yards and a TD vs. StL (9/24); in 76 career             recorded three 300-yard passing games, including a season-
games, became the second fastest QB to reach 20,000 yards in           high 315 yards @ Den (9/8) … reached several milestones @
NFL history, with only Dan Marino, 74 games, doing it faster …         TB (9/23), where he completed his 1,000th career pass,
saw his first action since Oct. 1, coming in the game after Matt       becoming the fastest to reach the milestone in terms of games
Leinart suffered a shoulder sprain in the second quarter,              (47, one game fewer than Drew Bledsoe and Peyton Manning),
completing nine-of-13 passes for 105 yards @ SF (12/24) … in           and attempts (1,487, 84 fewer attempts than Joe Montana -
his first start since week four, completed 22-of-32 passes for         1,571); his 17th attempt (an incompletion) was the 1,500th of his
356 yards and one TD @ SD (12/31); his 64-yard completion to           career, qualifying him for the NFL’s career list of leading lifetime
Anquan Boldin in the fourth quarter established a new team long        passers; became the third QB to enter the list at No. 1, following
for the season while his 68.8% completion percentage also              Joe Montana (1983) and Dan Marino (1986), and first QB to
established a season-high for a starting QB.                           enter the list with a rating of over 100.0 … opened game @ Was
                                                                       (11/24) by completing a career-high 15 consecutive passes,
2005: Saw action in 10 games with 10 starts in his first Arizona       tying for third-longest streak in team history; a 4-yard TD pass to
campaign … recorded his first 300-yard passing game since he           Troy Edwards was his 100th career TD pass, moving him into
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threw for 342 yards for the Rams @ NYG (9/7/03) … completed            4 place in Rams history, surpassing Hall of Famer Bob
28-of-41 passes for 307 yards in the home opener vs. StL               Waterfield, and tying Brett Favre for the 5th-fastest to reach the
(9/18); in the final drive of the game connected on six-of-six         milestone (50 games) in NFL history.
passes for 76 yards … suffered a groin injury @ Sea (9/25) and
did not return in the second half of the game … inactive vs. SF        2001: Started all 16 regular season and three postseason
(10/2); vs. Car (10/9) due to the groin injury … did not play as       games for the Rams … earned NFL MVP honors for second
the back-up QB vs. Ten (10/23); @ Dal (10/30) … recorded his           time in three seasons, edging teammate Marshall Faulk by one
32nd career 300+ passing day vs. Sea (11/6) connecting on 29-          vote … led the NFL in completions (375), completion
of-48 passes for 334 yards, one TD and three INTs; found WR            percentage (68.7), passing yards (4,830), TD passes (36),
Bryant Johnson for a six-yard TD pass … had his second                 average yards per attempt (8.85), passer rating (101.4), third
consecutive 300-yard passing day, completing 29-of-45 passes           down passing (109.5), and was third in the NFC and fourth in
for 359 yards and one TD for a 96.4 passer rating, his highest         the NFL in fourth quarter passer rating (101.4) while throwing a
since 2004 … recorded first win as a Cardinal in a 38-28 victory       career-high 564 passes … became third quarterback in Rams
over his former team @ StL (11/20) completing 27-of-39 passes          history to earn three or more consecutive Pro Bowl berths
for 285 yards and three TDs … completed 10-of-10 passes for            (Norm Van Brocklin 6, 1950-55; Roman Gabriel 3, 1967-69) …
115 yards and a TD before leaving the game @ Hou (12/18)               set team records for completions, completion percentage,
with a sprained MCL … placed on injured reserve on 12/20 and           passing yards, most seasons with 4,000 or more passing yards
missed the final two games of the season.                              (two), and most games with 300 or more passing yards in
                                                                       career (26) … tied NFL record for 300-yard passing games in a
2004: Played in 10 games with nine starts for the Giants before        season (nine) and tied a team record for most games with four
being replaced as the starter, after posting a 5-4 record, by          or more TD passes in career (6) … became the fastest player to
rookie Eli Manning … started vs. Was (9/19) and completed 22-          reach 10,000 passing yards in NFL history, accomplishing the
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of-33 attempts for 232 yards with one TD; opened the game              feat vs. Car (11/11), in his 36 game … 375 ranked 6th on
with eight straight completions, the seventh of those eight was a      NFL’s all-time single-season list … had one of the best games
38-yard TD pass to Tim Carter … completed 20 passes on 26              of his career vs. Mia (9/30), completing 24-of-31 passes (77.4
attempts for 187 yards with one TD and one INT @ GB (10/3);            percent) for 328 yards, four TDs and no INTs (150.3 rating) … in
streak of passes thrown without an INT ended at 126 when he            three postseason games, completed 68-of-107 passes for 793
was picked off by safety Darren Sharper late in the first quarter;     yards, four TDs and three INTs … led Rams from a 14-point
four-yard TD pass to Shockey in the fourth quarter was his             deficit in Super Bowl XXXVI vs. NE (2/3), directing two TD
second TD of the season and gave the Giants a 14-7 lead …              drives in fourth quarter to tie score at 17-17 before the Rams
finished with 18 completions on 33 attempts for 217 yards with         lost on a last-second FG by the Patriots’ Adam Vinatieri.
one TD in a win @ Dal (10/10); became the first Giants QB
since Danny Kanell in 1997 to win four of his first five starts … in   2000: Started all 11 games in which he played, helping Rams
his final game as the starter @ Arz (11/14), finished with 19          set NFL records for passing yards and total yards … earned
completions on 30 attempts for 193 yards, one TD and no INTs           second straight Pro Bowl berth … led NFL in completion
… did not see action for next three games before replacing Eli         percentage (67.7) and average gain (9.88) … set NFL record for
Manning @ Bal (12/12) in the fourth quarter completing six-of-         most passing yards after two games with 827 (old record was
nine attempts for 127 yards.                                           823 by Frank Tripucka, Denver, 1962) and after three games
                                                                       with 1,221 (old record was 1,166 by Drew Bledsoe, New
2003: Played in two games with one start for the Rams … threw          England, 1994) … his 1,557 passing yards after four games set
for 342 yards while completing 34-of-54 @ NYG (9/7) with one           NFL record for most passing yards in four consecutive games,
TD and an INT; the 54 attempts were a career-high, and second          surpassing mark of 1,417 by Bledsoe in 1994 … Warner’s 2,260
passing yards after six games were the most in NFL history            between 81-90 yards (team had five in 1998) … threw for then
(Bledsoe, 2,072 in 1994) … completed 25-of-35 passes while            career-high 351 yards in division title-clinching win @ Car (12/5)
passing for career-high 441 yards with three TDs and three            … had streak of 133 consecutive passes thrown without an INT
INTs vs. Den (9/4) in leading Rams to first Monday Night              in Games 4-8, third longest in team history … completed 27-of-
Football win since 1988; his passing yardage was the third            33 passes for 391 yards and five TDs in NFC Divisional Playoff
highest opening-game total in NFL history and fourth-highest          Game vs. Min (1/16); threw game-winning 30-yard TD pass to
total in team history … set career-high and tied team record with     Ricky Proehl with 4:44 remaining to give Rams 11-6 win vs. TB
35 completions (in 47 attempts) for 386 yards @ Sea (9/10) …          in NFC Championship Game (1/23) … passed for Super Bowl
became first player in NFL history to record perfect passer           record 424 yards in win over Tennessee (1/30); threw game-
rating of 158.3 twice vs. SD (10/1); completed 24-of-30 passes        winning 73-yard TD pass to WR Isaac Bruce with 1:54 to play in
for 390 yards, four TDs and no INTs in earning NFC Offensive          the game.
Player of the Week honors … it was the first time in team history
and only third time in NFL history a team had a 300-yard passer       1998: Saw first career action in the 4th quarter of Rams’ final
(Warner), a 100-yard rusher (Justin Watson, 102 yards), and           game vs. SF (12/27); completed 4-of-11 passes for 39 yards …
three 100-yard receivers (Isaac Bruce, 167 yards; Marshall            assumed the backup role behind Steve Bono for the final two
Faulk, 116 yards; Az-Zahir Hakim, 104 yards) in the same game         games after a season-ending knee injury suffered by Tony
as Rams gained 614 yards, second-highest total in team history        Banks vs. NE (12/13) … DNP @ Car (12/20) … inactive as third
… tied NFL record with sixth consecutive 300-yard passing             QB for the first 14 games.
game vs. Atl (10/15), when he completed 24-of-40 passes for
313 yards and three TDs; it was the 1st time in NFL history a         1998: (NFL Europe): Started all 10 games for the Amsterdam
team had 300-yard passer (Warner) and 200-yard rusher                 Admirals … led league in passing yards (2,101), attempts (326),
(Faulk, 208 yards) in same game … broke pinky finger on right         completions (165), and TDs (15).
hand on center snap on last play of 1st half @ KC (10/22) …
started NFC Wild Card Game @ NO (12/30) and completed 24-             1995-97 (Arena Football): Passed for 10,486 yards and 183
of-40 passes for 365 yards, three TDs and three INTs … led the        TDs in three seasons with the Iowa Barnstormers (which
Rams to 21 consecutive points in fourth quarter in which he           became the New York Dragons) … led Iowa to two straight
completed 11-of-14 passes for 198 yards and two TDs.                  Arena Bowl appearances … named one of the top-ten players in
                                                                                                                th
                                                                      Arena Football history to celebrate the 20 anniversary of the
1999: Started all 16 regular season and three postseason              league.
games while producing one of the most memorable and
improbable stories in NFL history … was named the league’s            College:
MVP and Super Bowl MVP while leading Rams to their first              Gateway Conference Offensive Player of the Year as a senior at
championship since 1951 … earned first Pro Bowl invitation …          Northern Iowa … led the conference in total offense and
re-wrote Rams’ single season passing records by completing            passing efficiency … passed for more than 300 yards four times
325-of-499 passes for 4,353 yards, 41 TDs and 13 INTs … his           … two-time Gateway Player of the Week … started only as a
passer rating of 109.2 was the fifth-highest in NFL history … led     senior.
NFL in TD passes, completion percentage (65.1), third down
passer rating (137.3), fourth quarter passer rating (116.0), and      Personal:
was second in the league in passing yards … set eight team            Full name Kurtis Eugene Warner … he and his wife, Brenda,
records: QB rating, passing yards, completions, completion            have seven children: sons Zachary, Kade and Elijah and
percentage/season, completion percentage/game (86.9), most            daughters Jesse, Jada and twins Sienna and Sierra …
games with 300 passing yards in a season (9), most                    graduated with a degree in communications … attended Cedar
consecutive 300-yard passing games (4), and most TD passes            Rapids Regis (IA) High School, where he lettered in football,
in a season, while tying record for most TD passes in a game          basketball, and baseball … Des Moines Register all-state
(5) and tying NFL record for most 300 yards passing games in a        selection in football during his senior season ... established the
season (since passed by Oakland’s Rich Gannon in 2002) …              First Things First Foundation in the spring of 2001 with wife
threw more TD passes in first four starts (14) than any player in     Brenda to promote Christian values and bless the lives of those
NFL history, throwing three TD passes in opening victories vs.        less fortunate with projects such as trips to Disney World for ill
Bal (9/12), vs. Atl (9/26), and @ Cin (10/3) and throwing a           children, building recreation centers in children’s hospitals,
career-high five scoring passes in win vs. SF (10/10) … threw         helping single moms achieve the dream of homeownership, and
for more passing yards (1,217) in first four starts than any player   teaching Special Olympians the football basics … all projects
in NFL history … led Rams on 19 scoring drives (17 TDs)               are centered on Kurt and Brenda’s life theme: faith and family
between 71-80 yards (team had four in 1998) and 11 TD drives          come first … official website is www.kurtwarner.org.
                                          Kurt Warner Regular Season Career Stats

Passing                                                                                           Yds
Year Team       GP/GS     Att     Cmp     Pct.    Yds      Yds/Att   TD         Int   Lg    Sk    Lst       Rating
1998 StL        1/0       11      4       36.4    39       3.5       0          0     21    0     0         47.2
1999 StL        16/16     499     325     *65.1   4,353    *8.7      *41        13    75t   29    201       *109.2
2000 StL        11/11     347     235     *67.7   3,429    *9.9      21         18    85t   20    115       98.3
2001 StL        16/16     546     *375    *68.7   *4,830   *8.8      *36        22    65t   38    233       *101.4
2002 StL        7/6       220     144     65.5    1,431    6.5       3          11    43    21    130       67.4
2003 StL        2/1       65      38      58.5    365      5.6       1          1     37t   6     38        72.9
2004 NYG        10/9      277     174     62.8    2,054    7.4       6          4     62t   39    196       86.5
2005 Ariz       10/10     375     242     64.5    2,713    7.2       11         9     63    23    158       85.8
2006 Ariz       6/5       168     108     64.3    1,377    8.2       6          5     64    14    104       89.3
2007 Ariz       14/11     451     281     62.3    3,417    7.6       27         17    62    20    140       89.8
2008 Ariz       16/16     598     401     67.1    4,583    7.7       30         14    79t   26    182       96.9
2009 Ariz       15/15     513     339     66.1    3,753    7.3       26         14    45    24    172       93.2
AZ Totals       61/57     2,105   1,371   65.1    15,843   7.5       100        59    79t   107   756       91.9
Career Totals   124/116   4,070   2,666   65.5    32,344   7.9       208        128   85t   260   1,669     93.7
*Led NFL

Rushing                                                     Career regular season record as a starter: 67-49 (.578): 13-3 (.813)
                                                            in 1999; 8-3 (.727) in 2000; 14-2 (.875) in 2001; 0-6 (.000) in 2002; 0-1
Year Team         Att     Yds     Avg     Lg      TD
                                                            (.000) in 2003; 5-4 (.556) in 2004; 2-8 (.200) in 2005; 1-4 (.200) in 2006;
1998 StL          0       0       0.0     0       0
                                                            5-6 (.455) in 2007; 9-7(.563) in 2008; 10-5 (.667) in 2009.
1999 StL          23      92      4.0     22      1
2000 StL          18      17      0.9     11      0         Regular Season Single-Game Highs: Attempts: 57, @ Jets (9/28/08);
2001 StL          28      60      2.1     23      0         Completions: 40, @ Jets (9/28/08); Yards: 484, vs. San Francisco
2002 StL          8       33      4.1     9       0         (11/25/07); Interceptions: 5, twice, last vs. Carolina (11/1/09); Long
2003 StL          1       0       0.0     0       0         Pass: 85t, @ Atlanta (9/24/00); Touchdowns: 5, twice, last @ Chicago
2004 NYG          13      30      2.3     13      1         (11/8/09); Sacked: 8, @ Philadelphia (12/1/02); 300-yd. passing
2005 Ariz         13      28      2.2     13      0         games: 52, last vs. St. Louis (12/27/09), 313 yards; Rating: 158.3,
2006 Ariz         13      3       0.2     9       0         three times, last vs. Miami (9/14/08) (24-19-0, 361 yds., 79t LG, 3 TD’s);
2007 Ariz         17      15      0.9     9       1         Rushing Attempts: 6, @ New England (11/18/01); Rushing Yards: 26,
2008 Ariz         18      -2      -0.1    11      0         @ Detroit (11/7/99); Long Run: 23, vs. San Francisco (12/9/01);
2009 Ariz         21      10      0.5     10      0         Rushing Touchdowns: 1, three times, last @ St. Louis (10/7/07); Most
AZ Totals         82      54      0.7     13      1         Consecutive Completions: 15, twice, last @ Jacksonville (9/20/09).
Career Totals     173     286     1.7     23      3




                                            Kurt Warner Postseason Career Stats

Postseason Passing                                                                          Yds
Year Team GP/GS      Att     Cmp     Pct.      Yds     Yds/Att       TD   Int   Lg     Sk   Lst    Rating
1999 StL    3/3      121     77      63.6      1,063   8.79          8    4     77t    3    24     100.0
2000 StL    1/1      40      24      60.0      365     9.13          3    3     38     2    15     83.9
2001 StL    3/3      107     68      63.6      793     7.41          4    3     50     6    45     86.7
2008 Ariz 4/4        135     92      68.1      1,147   8.49          11   3     71t    5    20     112.2
2009 Ariz 2/2        59      46      78.0      584     9.89          5    1     33t    2    12     129.1
Total       13/13    462     307     66.5      3,952   8.55          31   14    77t    18   116    102.8

                                                       Career postseason record as starter: 9-4 (.692); 3-0 (1.00) in 1999; 0-1
                                                       (.000) in 2000; 2-1 (.666) in 2001; 3-1 (.750) in 2008; 1-1 (.500) in 2009.
Postseason Rushing
Year Team    Att     Yds     Avg     Lg     TD         Postseason Single-Game Highs: Attempts: 45, vs. Tennessee (Super
1999 StL     6       2       0.3     4      0          Bowl XXXIV) (1/30/00); Completions: 31, vs. Pittsburgh (Super Bowl XLIII)
                                                       (2/1/09); Yards: 424, vs. Tennessee (Super Bowl XXXIV) (1/30/00);
2000 StL     1       5       5.0     5t     1
                                                       Interceptions: 3, twice, last @ New Orleans (12/30/00); Long Pass: 77t vs.
2001 StL     9       8       0.9     5      1
                                                       Minnesota (1/16/00); Touchdowns: 5, twice, last vs. Green Bay (1/10/10);
2008 Ariz    8       1       0.1     6      0          Sacked: 3, three times, last vs. Pittsburgh (Super Bowl XLIII) (2/1/09); 300-
2009 Ariz    1       0       0.0     0      0          yd. passing games: 6, last vs. Green Bay (1/10/10), 379 yards; Rating:
Total        25      16      0.6     6      2          154.1, vs. Green Bay (1/10/10) (33-29-0, 379 yds, 33t LG, 5 TD’s); Rushing
                                                       Attempts: 4, twice, last vs. Atlanta (1/3/09); Rushing Yards: 6, vs. New
                                                       England (Super Bowl XXXVI) (2/3/02); Long Run: 6, vs. Atlanta (1/3/09);
                                                       Rushing Touchdown: 1, twice, last vs. New England (Super Bowl XXXVI)
                                                       (2/3/02).
                                               KURT’S CANTON CREDENTIALS
In the minds of many, Kurt Warner’s performance as a Cardinal combined with his earlier success with the Rams has secured an
eventual spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. For those not yet decided, perhaps the best case can be made by comparing Warner’s
career to those of QBs already enshrined -- particularly the 14 modern era quarterbacks enshrined in the last quarter century.
None of the 14 can match Warner in completion percentage, yards per attempt or yards per game. Only Steve Young had a higher
career passer rating than Warner’s 93.7. Only Dan Marino had more career 300-yard passing games. Warner’s career totals for
completions and yards exceeds the totals for five of the 14. His TD total (208) exceeds those of four.
And Warner has done it all in fewer games. While the 14 Hall of Famers in question averaged 186 games, Kurt has needed only 124 to
rank among them. The late start to his career, improbable emergence and subsequent career twists have become part of his legend.
Warner & Tom Brady are among 10 quarterbacks to start at least three Super Bowls. The other eight are in the Hall. Warner, Brett Favre
and Peyton Manning are among six players to win multiple MVP awards. The other three – Montana, Unitas and Young – are in the Hall.
Below are career statistics & achievements of the 14 H.O.F. quarterbacks of the last 25 years compared to Warner:
                                                                                                    Psr 300-yd Pro SB      SB     NFL
Player, HOF Yr.     Years      Gms     Att     Comp    Pct      Yds      Y/A    Y/G     TD    INT   Rtg Games Bwl (W/L)    MVP    MVP
Joe Namath, ‘85     (‘65-77)   140     3,762   1,886   50.1     27,663   7.35   197.6   173   220   65.5 21    5   (1-0)   1      -
Roger Staubach, ‘85 (‘69-79)   131     2,958   1,685   56.9     22,700   7.67   173.3   153   109   83.4 6     6   (2-2)   1      -
Fran Tarkenton, ‘86 (‘61-71)   246     6,467   3,686   56.9     47,003   7.27   191.1   342   266   80.4 13    9   (0-3)   -      1
Len Dawson, ‘87     (‘57-75)   211     3,741   2,136   57.1     28,711   7.67   136.1   239   183   82.6 9     7   (1-1)   1      -
Terry Bradshaw, ‘89 (‘70-83)   168     3,901   2,025   51.9     27,989   7.17   166.6   212   210   70.9 4     3   (4-0)   2      1
Bob Griese, ‘90     (‘67-80)   161     3,429   1,926   56.2     25,092   7.32   155.9   192   172   77.1 3     8   (2-1)   -      -
Dan Fouts, ‘93      (‘73-87)   181     5,604   3,297   58.8     43,040   7.68   237.8   254   242   80.2 51    6   -       -      -
Joe Montana, ‘00    (‘79-94)   192     5,391   3,409   63.2     40,551   7.52   211.2   273   139   92.3 39    8   (4-0)   3      2
Jim Kelly, ‘02      (‘86-96)   160     4,779   2,874   60.1     35,467   7.42   221.7   237   175   84.4 26    5   (0-4)   -      -
John Elway, ‘04     (‘83-98)   234     7,250   4,123   56.9     51,475   7.10   219.9   300   226   79.9 36    9   (2-3)   1      1
Dan Marino, ‘05     (‘83-99)   242     8,358   4,967   59.4     61,361   7.34   253.6   420   252   86.4 63    9   (0-1)   -      1
Steve Young, ‘05    (‘85-99)   169     4,149   2,667   64.3     33,124   7.98   196.0   232   107   96.8 28    7   (1-0)   1      2
Warren Moon, ‘06    (‘84-00)   208     6,823   3,988   58.4     49,325   7.23   237.1   291   233   80.9 49    9   -       -      -
Troy Aikman, ‘06    (‘89-00)   165     4,715   2,898   61.5     32,942   6.99   199.6   165   141   81.6 13    6   (3-0)   1      -
AVG of the 14 HOF QBs          186.2   5,094   2,969   58.3     37,603   7.38   201.9   248   191   82.0 26    6.9
Kurt Warner         (1998-)    124     4,070   2,666   65.5     32,344   7.95   260.9   208   128   93.7 52    4   (1-2)   1      2
Additional “Modern Era QBs” not included above: George Blanda (played 1949-58, 1960-75; enshrined in 1981), Y.A. Tittle (played 1948-64;
enshrined in 1971), Otto Graham (played 1946-55; enshrined in 1965), Bart Starr (played 1956-71; enshrined in 1977), Bob Waterfield
(played 1945-52; enshrined in 1965), Bobby Layne (played 1948-62; enshrined in 1967), Norm Van Brocklin (played 1949-60; enshrined in
1971), Johnny Unitas (played 1956-73; enshrined 1979) and Sonny Jurgensen (played 1957-74; enshrined 1983).

Where Warner Ranks In NFL History:
Statistic                                               Rank
Single Game Completion Pct (93.3)                       1st
Games With Perfect Passer Rating (3)                    t-1st
Most Consecutive 300-Yard Passing Games (6)             t-1st
Passing Yards Per Game (260.9)                          2nd
Career Completion Pct (65.5)                            2nd
Most 300-Yard Passing Games In A Season (9, 2x)         t-2nd
Most Passing Yards In A Season (4,830)                  3rd
Most 300-Yard Passing Games In A Career (52)            4th
Highest Career Passer Rating (93.7)                     5th
Most Completions In A Season (401)                      5th
Passing Yards Per Attempt (7.95)                        6th
Career Milestones:
• Two-time NFL MVP (1999 and 2001); was also named Super Bowl XXXIV MVP after leading the Rams to a victory over Tennessee.
• Became just the second QB (Craig Morton, Dallas and Denver) in NFL history to start a Super Bowl for two different teams. Both
  franchises Warner led to the Super Bowl had not earned a playoff berth in the previous 10+ years. In the decade preceding their
  Super Bowl appearance, the Rams had eight seasons of 10-or-more losses and the Cardinals had seven.
• Threw for 1,147 yards in the 2008 playoffs with Arizona, an NFL record for most passing yards in a single postseason. It topped the
  record he set in 1999 with the Rams when he threw for 1,063 yards.
• Owns the top three passing totals in Super Bowl history and is the only QB in Super Bowl history with three 300-yard performances.
  He has totaled 1,156 yards passing in his three Super Bowl appearances, the most passing yards of any QB in Super Bowl history.
• Has passed for at least 365 yards in six postseason games, an NFL record.
• Became the fastest player in NFL history to reach 10,000 passing yards and tied Marino as the fastest to 30,000 passing yards.
• Has thrown for 300+ yards 52 times in the regular season in his career. Became the fastest QB in NFL history to reach 50 300-yard
  games (113 games), shattering the previous record held by Dan Marino (176).
• Has thrown for 300+ yards in 41.9% of his career games, the highest percentage in NFL history.
• Is the only QB in NFL history to pass for 14,000 yards with two different teams.
• On 9/20/09 at Jacksonville, set the NFL single-game record for completion percentage (92.3% on 24-26 passing).
                                         th
• On 11/15/09 vs. Seattle threw his 200 career TD. Only Marino, Manning, Favre and Brady reached 200 passing TDs in fewer career
                                                        th
  games than Warner’s 118 and he became just the 29 player in NFL history to throw for 200 TDs.
• His week 13 passer rating of 127.7 was his fourth consecutive game with a passer rating over 120.0, making him just the second QB
  in NFL history to record four consecutive games with a passer rating of 120.0+. Prior to Warner, only Hall of Famer Johnny Unitas
  (1965) had accomplished the feat.
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     WARNER IN THE NFL RECORD BOOKS                                      WARNER IN THE POSTSEASON
Single-Game Completion Percentage (min. 15 attempts)
92.30 Kurt Warner      AZ at Jax, 9/20/09 (26-24)            Most Passing Yards Per Game—Postseason History
91.30 Vinny Testaverde Cle. vs. LA Rams, 12/26/93 (23-21)    Player            Gms     Yards  YPG
90.91 Ken Anderson     Cin. vs. Pit., 11/10/74 (22-20)       Kurt Warner       13      3,952  304.0
90.48 Lynn Dickey      GB vs. NO, 12/13/81 (21-19)           Dan Fouts         7       2,125  303.6
Passing Yards Per Game (min. 100 games)                      Warren Moon       10      2,870  287.0
261.1 Peyton Manning, 192 Games (50,128 yards)               Peyton Manning    17      4,831  284.2
260.9 Kurt Warner, 124 Games (32,344 yards)                  Philip Rivers     7       1,820  260.0
253.6 Dan Marino, 242 Games (61,361 yards)
251.2 Drew Brees, 122 Games (30,646 yards)                   Highest Postseason Completion Percentage—NFL History
239.9 Brett Favre, 289 Games (69,329 yards)                  Player            Att   Com     Pct
                                                             Kurt Warner       462   307     66.5
Career Completion Percentage (min. 1,500 attempts)
                                                             Warren Moon       403   259     64.3
66.1 Chad Pennington, 2000-current (2,469-1,631)
65.5 Kurt Warner, 1999-2009 (4,070-2,666)                    Troy Aikman       502   320     63.7
64.8 Peyton Manning, 1998- current (6,531-4,232)             Joe Montana       734   460     62.7
64.8 Drew Brees, 2001-current (4,164-2,697)
                                                             Most Passing Yards Per Attempt—Postseason History
64.3 Steve Young, 1985-99 (4,149-2,667)
                                                             YPA    Player                 Att   Yds
Highest Career Passer Rating (Min. 1,500 attempts)           8.55   Kurt Warner            462   3,952
96.8 Steve Young, 1985-99                                    8.45   Joe Theismann          211   1,782
95.8 Philip Rivers, 2004-current
                                                             8.43   Jim Plunkett           272   2,293
95.6 Tony Romo, 2004-current
95.2 Peyton Manning, 1998-current                            8.41   Terry Bradshaw         456   3,833
93.7 Kurt Warner, 1998-2009                                  8.23   Bart Starr             213   1,753
Most Passing Yards in a Season                               Postseason Games with 300+ Yards Passing
5,084   Dan Marino, Miami, 1984                              Games       Player
5,069   Drew Brees, New Orleans, 2008                        7           Peyton Manning
4,830   Kurt Warner, St. Louis, 2001                         6           Kurt Warner
Most Completions in a Season                                             Joe Montana
Year    Player                   Comp                        5           Dan Fouts
2007    Drew Brees               440
2002    Rich Gannon              418                         Postseason Games with 365+ Yards Passing
2008    Drew Brees               413                         Games       Player
1991    Warren Moon              404                         6           Kurt Warner
2008    Kurt Warner              401                         4           Peyton Manning
Most 300-Yard Passing Games in a Season                      2           Jeff George
10 Rich Gannon, Oakland 2002                                             Dan Marino
    Drew Brees, New Orleans 2008
 9 Dan Marino, Miami 1984                                    Consecutive Postseason Games with 300+ Yards Passing
    Warren Moon, Houston 1990                                Games       Player
    Kurt Warner, St. Louis 1999                              4           Dan Fouts, 1979-80
    Kurt Warner, St. Louis 2001                              3           Jim Kelly, 1989-90
    Peyton Manning, Indianapolis 2009                                    Warren Moon, 1991-93
    Matt Schaub, Houston 2009                                2           Kurt Warner, 2008-09
8   Dan Fouts, San Diego 1980
    Kurt Warner, St. Louis 2000                              Postseason Passer Rating—Min. 150 attempts
    Trent Green, Kansas City 2004                            Player         Gms Att Com Yds         TD          INT   Rate
    Tom Brady, New England 2007                              Bart Starr     10     213 130 1,753 15             3     104.8
    Tony Romo, Dallas 2009
                                                             Kurt Warner    13     462 307 3,952 31             14    102.8
Most 300-Yard Passing Games in a Career                      Joe Montana    23     734 460 5,772 45             21    95.6
63 Dan Marino, 1983-1999                                     Ken Anderson   6      166 110 1,321 9              6     93.5
61 Brett Favre, 1991-current                                 Joe Theismann  8      211 128 1,782 11             7     91.4
56 Peyton Manning, 1998-current
52 Kurt Warner, 1998-2009                                    Career TD Passes—Postseason History
51 Dan Fouts, 1973-87                                        TDs     Player         Games
49 Warren Moon, 1984-2000                                    45      Joe Montana    23
Most Consecutive 300-Yard Passing Games                      43      Brett Favre    23
6 Steve Young, SF 1998                                       32      Dan Marino     18
    Kurt Warner, StL 2000                                    31      Kurt Warner    13
    Rich Gannon, Oak 2002                                    30      Terry Bradshaw 19
5 Tom Brady, NE 2009
    Peyton Manning, Ind 2009                                 • Warner joins Peyton Manning as the only players in NFL history
    Kurt Warner, AZ, 2008                                      with two postseason games with a passer rating of 145.0 or
    Joe Montana, SF 1982                                       higher.
    Kerry Collins, NYG 2001-02
    Drew Brees, NO, 2006                                     • Warner is one of just two QBs in NFL history to throw five or more
                                                               TD passes in two postseason games. Daryle Lamonica had five
Most Seasons Leading League in Average Gain Per Pass
7   Sid Luckman, Chicago Bears 1939-43, 1946-47                TDs vs. Kansas City in 1968 and six vs. Houston in 1969. Only
5   Steve Young, San Francisco 1991-94, 1997                   four other QBs (Peyton Manning, Kerry Collins, Steve Young and
3   Arnie Herber, Green Bay 1932, 1934, 1936                   Joe Montana) have ever had five TDs in a postseason game.
    Norm Van Brocklin, Los Angeles 1950, 1952, 1954
    Len Dawson, Dallas Texans 1962, Kansas City 1966, 1968   • There have been 24 playoff performances of 4+ TD passes in NFL
    Bart Starr, Green Bay 1966-68                              history and Warner now has three of them.
    Kurt Warner, St. Louis 1999-2001
       WARNER SUPER IN THE SUPER BOWL
Kurt Warner started at QB in the Super Bowl three times during                   A CHAMPION OFF THE FIELD
his career, earning MVP honors in Super Bowl XXXIV after the         Kurt Warner has long been one of the NFL’s best success
Rams 23-16 victory over the Tennessee Titans.                        stories, on and off the field. Over the last few seasons, Warner
                                                                     has received nearly as much praise for his character off the field
After leading Arizona to their first-ever Super Bowl appearance,
                                                                     as for his success on it. For all of his on-field accomplishments,
Warner is one of only two QBs (Craig Morton, Dallas and Denver)
                                                                     including a Super Bowl XXXIV win, two NFL Most Valuable
in NFL history to start a Super Bowl for two different teams. Both
                                                                     Player awards and four Pro Bowl selections, Warner’s
franchises Warner led to the Super Bowl had not earned a playoff
                                                                     community work remains his biggest source of pride.
berth in the previous 10+ years. In the decade preceding their
Super Bowl appearance, the Rams had eight seasons of 10-or-          In a 2009 Sports Illustrated poll of NFL players, Warner was
more losses and the Cardinals had seven.                             selected by his peers as the active player who serves as the
                                                                     best role model on and off the field.
After guiding the Cardinals to an appearance in Super Bowl XLIII,
Warner returned to the Super Bowl for the first time since Super     Best Role Model On And Off The Field
Bowl XXXVI following the 2001 season. Warner became only the         Player (Team)              Pct.
third quarterback to start a Super Bowl seven or more years apart.   QB Kurt Warner (Ari)       18%
                                                                     QB Peyton Manning (Ind)    17%
QBs with 7+ Years   Between Super Bowl Appearances                   S Brian Dawkins (Den)      9%
QB                  Team(s)           Seasons    Yrs Apart           QB Drew Brees (NO)         6%
John Elway          Denver            1989, 1997   8                 TE Tony Gonzalez (Atl)     5%
Kurt Warner         St. Louis/Arizona 2001, 2008   7
Craig Morton        Dallas/Denver     1970, 1977   7                 Warner was also recognized by USA WEEKEND as its Most
                                                                     Caring Athlete for 2009. In recognition of the honor, USA
When he has reached the Super Bowl, Warner has been                  WEEKEND contributed $5,000 to "First Things First.” The
outstanding, totaling 1,156 yards passing in his three Super Bowl    foundation also received a 2009 NFL Charities Player
appearances, the most passing yards of any QB in Super Bowl          Foundation grant in recognition of its outstanding work in the
history.                                                             community.
Career Passing Yards—Super Bowl                                      Prior to the start of Super Bowl XLIII, Commissioner Roger
Yards       Player              Games                                Goodell and Connie Payton, Walter Payton’s wife, presented
                                                                                        th
1,156       Kurt Warner         3                                    Warner with the 39 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award,
1,142       Joe Montana         4                                    the only league recognition that acknowledges a player’s off-the-
1,128       John Elway          5                                    field community service as well as his playing excellence.
1,001       Tom Brady           4
932         Terry Bradshaw      4                                    After visiting flood-ravaged regions in 2008, he created a
                                                                     partnership with Habitat for Humanity to sponsor home builds
As the only QB to throw for 300+ yards in three Super Bowl           throughout the Midwest. To date, he has raised over $650,000,
appearances, Warner owns the top three passing performances in       including a $100,000 personal contribution, $100,000 from his
Super Bowl history                                                   foundation, and $100,000 each from the Arizona Cardinals and
                                                                     the NFL Disaster Relief Fund.
Most Yards In Super Bowl Game
Yards    Player (Team)                  Super Bowl                   Kurt and Brenda Warner established the "First Things First"
414      Kurt Warner (StL)              XXXIV vs. Ten                foundation in 2001 and have personally contributed more than
377      Kurt Warner (AZ)               XLIII vs. Pit                $1.5 million since then to host trips to Disney for Make-A-Wish
365      Kurt Warner (StL)              XXXVI vs. NE                 families, furnish homes for low income single moms, and host
357      Joe Montana (SF)               XXIII vs. Cin                Punt, Pass and Kick clinics with Special Olympic athletes, to
         Donovan McNabb (Phi)           XXXIX vs. NE                 name just a few of their initiatives.




                                             CAREER TOP 5 PERFORMANCES
                                                        REGULAR SEASON
Passing Yards                 Completions                        Attempts                         Touchdowns
Yds Date                      Com Date                           Att Date                         TDs Date
484 11/25/07 vs. SF           40    9/28/08 @ NYJ                57 9/28/08 @ NYJ                 5    11/8/09 @ Chi
472 9/28/08 @ NYJ             35    10/26/08 @ Car               54 9/7/03 @ NYG                  5    10/10/99 vs. SF
441 9/4/00 vs. Den            35    12/23/07 vs. Atl             52 9/27/09 vs. Ind               4    (6x), last 12/28/08 vs. Sea
401 11/18/01 @ NE             35    9/10/00 @ Sea                52 11/23/08 vs. NYG
395 11/16/08 @ Sea            34    (3x), last 11/25/07 vs. SF   52 12/23/07 vs. Atl

                                                          POSTSEASON
Passing Yards                       Completions                   Attempts                             Touchdowns
Yds Date                            Com Date                      Att  Date                            TDs Date
414 1/30/00 vs. Ten (SB)            31    2/1/09 vs. Pit (SB)     45   1/30/00 vs. Ten (SB)            5    1/10/10 vs. GB (WC)
391 1/16/00 vs. Min (Div)           29    1/10/10 vs. GB (WC)     44   2/3/00 vs. NE (SB)              5    1/16/00 vs. Min (Div)
379 1/10/10 vs. GB (WC)             28    2/3/02 vs. NE (SB)      43   2/1/09 vs. Pit (SB)             4    1/18/09 vs. Pit (Conf)
377 2/1/09 vs. Pit (SB)             27    1/16/00 vs. Min (Div)   43   1/23/00 vs. TB (Conf)           3    2/1/09 vs. Pit (SB)
365 (2x), last 2/3/02 vs. NE (SB)   26    1/23/00 vs. TB (Conf)   40   12/30/00 @ NO (WC)              3    12/30/00 @ NO (WC)
             WARNER’S HISTORIC WILD CARD                                                WARNER JOINS UNITAS
          PERFORMANCE AGAINST THE PACKERS                                   Kurt Warner completed 22 of 32 pass attempts
                                                                            (68.7%) for 285 yards, three TDs and a passer rating of
300 YARDS, 5 TDS and 80+ COMPLETION PERCENTAGE                              127.7 in week 13 of ’09 against the Vikings. It was
In the 2009 Wild Card win over the Packers, Kurt Warner completed           Warner’s fourth consecutive game with a passer rating
87.8% of his attempts for 379 yards and 5 TDs.                              over 120.0, making him just the second QB in NFL
That is a feat that has been accomplished just three times in NFL           history to record four consecutive games with a passer
postseason history, and Warner has now done it twice. In his NFL playoff    rating of 120.0+. Prior to Warner, only Hall of Famer
debut vs. Minnesota on 1/16/00 in an NFC Divisional Game, Warner            Johnny Unitas (1965) had accomplished the feat.
completed 27 of 33 passes (82%) for 391 yards with five touchdowns in a     Warner’s Consecutive Games with 120.0+ Rating
49-37 win.                                                                  Date             Att Com Yds     TD INT Rate
                                                                            12/6/09 vs. Min 32 22    285     3    0    127.7
Peyton Manning is the only other player to put up those numbers in a
                                                                            11/22/09 @ StL 19 15     203     2    0    146.3
postseason game, completing 22 of 26 passes (85%) for 377 yards and 5
                                                                            11/15/09 vs. Sea 38 29   340     2    0    120.5
TDs vs. Denver on 1/4/04 in an AFC Wild Card Game.
                                                                            11/8 @ Chi       32 22   261     5    0    132.9
In NFL history - regular season and postseason - there have been only       Totals          121 88   1,089 12 0        133.2
seven performances in which a quarterback has thrown five TDs, passed
                                                                            Unitas’ Consecutive Games with 120.0+ Rating
for at least 320 yards and completed 80 percent of his passes. Warner is
                                                                            Date          Att    Com Yds     TD INT Rate
responsible for three of those performances:
                                                                            10/31/65      34     23   324    4     0    137.4
Kurt Warner, Rams, 1999 (vs. Vikings), 27-33 (82%), 5 TDs, 391 yards*       10/24/65      27     18   251    3     0    133.4
Tom Brady, Patriots, 2009 (vs. Titans), 29-34 (85%), 6 TDs, 380 yards       10/17/65      18     12   221    2     1    122.7
Kurt Warner, Cards, 2009 (vs. Packers), 29-33 (88%), 5 TDs, 379 yards*      10/10/65      24     18   319    3     1    138.9
Peyton Manning, Colts, 2003 (vs. Broncos), 22-26 (85%), 5 TDs, 377 yards*   Totals        103 71      1,115 12 2        135.4
Tom Brady, Patriots, 2007 (vs. Dolphins), 21-25 (84%), 6 TDs, 354 yards
Lynn Dickey, Packers, 1983 (vs. Oilers), 27-31 (87%), 5 TDs, 333 yards
Kurt Warner, Rams, 1999 (vs. 49ers), 20-23 (87%), 5 TDs, 323 yards
                                                                                             THE GLOVED ONE
COMPLETES 11 STRAIGHT PASSES—TWICE
Warner had two separate streaks of 11 consecutive completions against       The sight of Kurt Warner wearing gloves in games –
the Packers. He became the first QB in the Super Bowl era to accomplish     regardless of the conditions – became so
that feat in a postseason game.                                             commonplace in the last few years with the Cardinals
                                                                            that it’s hard to remember when he began the custom.
WARNER & RODGERS EACH WITH 300+ YARDS AND 4+ TDS
The Cardinals win over the Packers marked just the second time in the       Midway through the 2006 season, Warner started
Super Bowl era that two QBs threw for 300+ yards and four+ TDs in the       wearing them in practice to improve his grip. He first
same game. Warner finished the game with 379 yards and five TD passes       wore the gloves in a game on 12/24/06 at San
while Rodgers totaled 423 yards and 4 TD passes.                            Francisco and he continued the practice from then on –
                                                                            covering a total of 51 games in all (47 starts).
The only other time this has occurred in the Super Bowl era was in the
NFC Divisional Game between St. Louis and Minnesota on 1/16/00 when         In that span, the be-gloved Warner has been
Warner threw for 391 yards & 5 TDs and Jeff George threw for 423 yards      outstanding. He completed 66.1% of his passes (1,190
and 4 TDs.                                                                  of 1,801) for 13,945 yards with 100 TDs compared to
                                                                            49 INTs with a passer rating of 96.6. In that time, he’s
MORE TD PASSES (5) THAN INCOMPLETIONS (4)                                   topped 300 yards 18 times (including two 400-yard
After completing 29 of 33 passes and five TDs against the Packers,          games) and had a passer rating of 100+ on 24
Warner became just the sixth starting quarterback to finish a postseason    occasions.
game with more TD passes than incompletions.
THIRD STRAIGHT PLAYOFF GAME WITH 110+ RATING
Warner’s 154.1 passer rating against GB marked his 3rd consecutive                WARNER STARTS 41 STRAIGHT
postseason game with a 110+ rating, dating back to the NFC
                                                                            Before missing the week 12 contest in Tennessee in
Championship Game against the Eagles in 2008. That three-game streak
                                                                            2009, Warner had started a career-best 41 consecutive
tied for the second-longest streak in postseason history with a 110+
                                                                            games (regular and postseason) for the Cardinals.
passer rating.
Consecutive Postseason Games With 110+ Passer Rating
                                                                            Warner was one of 16 NFL quarterbacks to start every
Games        Player (Years)                                                 regular season contest in ’08 but the only one to start
5            Joe Montana (1988-89)                                          20 total games. In fact, he was just the third QB in NFL
3            Kurt Warner (2008-09)                                          history to start 20 total games in a season, joining John
             Tom Brady (2004-05)                                            Elway (’97 Broncos) and Eli Manning (’07 Giants).
             Troy Aikman (1992)
             Ken Anderson (1975-81)                                         Warner’s 41-game starts streak was the fourth-longest
                                                  th       th
                                                                            in franchise history behind Jim Hart (65), Neil Lomax
TWO TD PASSES TO FITZGERALD MARK 8 AND 9 AS A COMBO                         (51) and Charley Johnson (44). It was also the longest
Two Warner TD passes to Larry Fitzgerald against GB gave the duo nine       streak of his career, easily topping the 28-game streak
TDs in six postseason games together. Their nine TDs represent the third-   he accumulated from 2000-02 as a member of the
highest total in NFL postseason history among QB-WR combos.                 Rams.
Most Postseason TDs—QB to WR Combo                                                     Warner’s 41-Game Starts Streak
TD      QB to WR                                       Games                Vitals: Spans ages of 36 to 38 / 1 perfect game / 4 playoff
12      Joe Montana to Jerry Rice                      11                   games / 15 300-yard games / 18 games with 100+ passer
10      Brett Favre to Antonio Freeman                 14                   rating
9       Kurt Warner to Larry Fitzgerald                6                    Stat     Att      Comp Pct.       Yds    TD       INT
9       Terry Bradshaw to John Stallworth              15
                                                                            Totals   1,487    982  66.0       11,283 84       44
9       Terry Bradshaw to Lynn Swann                   16
8       Troy Aikman to Michael Irvin                   15                   Avg/G    36.3     23.9 66.0       275.2  2.1      1.1
8       Peyton Manning to Reggie Wayne                 13
                                  CARDINALS SINGLE-SEASON PASSING LEADERS
Kurt Warner was again among the Cardinals single season leaders in most passing categories in 2009, a year after setting new
franchise records for just about every passing statistic during the 2008 season. In his last three seasons, Warner put together passing
numbers that rank as some of the best in the history of the Cardinals franchise.
Passing Yards—Franchise Record             Completions—Franchise Record                    Attempts—Franchise Record
Yards      Player (Year)                   Comp      Player          Year                  Att    Player           Year
4,614      Neil Lomax (1984)               401       Kurt Warner     2008                  598    Kurt Warner      2008
4,583      Kurt Warner (2008)              345       Neil Lomax      1984                  560    Neil Lomax       1984
3,753      Kurt Warner (2009)              339       Kurt Warner     2009                  547    Jake Plummer     1998
3,737      Jake Plummer (1998)             304       Jake Plummer    2001                  530    Jake Plummer     2002
3,653      Jake Plummer (2001)             304       Dave Krieg      1995                  525    Jake Plummer     2001
Passer Rating—Franchise Record             Passing TDs—Franchise Record                    Comp. Percentage—Franchise Record
Rate      Player        Year               TDs       Player          Year                  Pct    Player          Year
96.9      Kurt Warner   2008               30        Kurt Warner     2008                  67.1   Kurt Warner     2008
93.2      Kurt Warner   2009               28        Neil Lomax      1984                  66.1   Kurt Warner     2009
92.5      Neil Lomax    1984               28        Charley Johnson 1963                  64.5   Kurt Warner     2005
92.0      Neil Lomax    1983               27        Kurt Warner     2007                  62.3   Kurt Warner     2007
91.2      Ray Mallouf   1948               26        Kurt Warner     2009                  61.7   Steve Beuerlein 1993


                                        CARDINALS CAREER PASSING LEADERS
Total Passing Yards-Career                                          Touchdown Passes-Career
1.   34, 639       Jim Hart, 1966-83                                1.  209       Jim Hart, 1966-83
2.   22,771        Neil Lomax, 1981-89                              2.  136       Neil Lomax, 1981-89
3.   17,622        Jake Plummer, 1997-02                            3.  108       Charley Johnson, 1961-69
4.   15,843        Kurt Warner, 2005-09                             4.  100       Kurt Warner, 2005-09
5.   14,928        Charley Johnson, 1961-69                         5.  90        Jake Plummer, 1997-02
6.   6,751         Paul Christman, 1945-49                          6.  51        Paul Christman, 1945-49
7.   6,578         Lamar McHan, 1954-58                             7.  50        Lamar McHan, 1954-58
8.   5,431         Josh McCown, 2002-05                             8.  30        Jim Hardy, 1949-51
9.   4,709         Steve Beuerlein, 1993-94                         9.  25        Josh McCown, 2002-05
10. 3,676          Timm Rosenbach, 1989-92                          10. 23        Steve Beuerlein, 1993-94
Pass Attempts-Career                                                Pass Completions-Career
1.   5,096        Jim Hart, 1966-83                                 1.   2,590     Jim Hart, 1966-83
2.   3,153        Neil Lomax, 1981-89                               2.   1,818     Neil Lomax, 1981-89
3.   2,754        Jake Plummer, 1997-02                             3.   1,540     Jake Plummer, 1997-02
4.   2,105        Kurt Warner, 2005-09                              4.   1,371     Kurt Warner, 2005-09
5.   2,047        Charley Johnson, 1961-69                          5.   1,030     Charley Johnson, 1961-69
6.   1,014        Paul Christman, 1945-49                           6.   498       Josh McCown, 2002-05
7.   1,012        Lamar McHan, 1954-58                              7.   453       Paul Christman, 1945-49
8.   862          Josh McCown, 2002-05                              8.   433       Lamar McHan, 1954-58
9.   673          Steve Beuerlein, 1993-94                          9.   388       Steve Beuerlein, 1993-94
10. 566           Chris Chandler, 1991-93                           10. 322        Chris Chandler, 1991-93


             WARNER REACHES 30,000                                                     FIRSTS AND LASTS
                                                    th
In week six of the 2009 season at Seattle—his 114 career          Below is a look at some of the firsts and lasts of Kurt Warner’s 12-
game—Kurt Warner threw for 276 yards, giving him 30,032           year NFL career The totals below include both the regular season
passing yards for his career. Warner tied Hall of Famer Dan       and postseason.
Marino as the fastest players in the NFL history to reach
                                                                  Completions (2,973)
30,000 passing yards.
                                                                  First completion: 10 yards to RB Amp Lee at SF (12/27/98)
Fewest Games to 30,000 Passing Yards—NFL History                  Last completion: 7 yards to WR Steve Breaston at NO (1/16/10, Div
Player              Games                                         Playoff)
1t. Kurt Warner     114
                                                                  TD Passes (239)
1t.Dan Marino       114
                                                                  First TD pass: 6 yards to TE Roland Williams vs. Bal (9/12/99)
2. Peyton Manning   115
                                                                  Last TD pass: 17 yards to WR Steve Breaston vs. GB (1/10/10, Wild
3. Warren Moon      125
                                                                  Card)
4t. Drew Bledsoe    126
4t. Brett Favre     126                                           Victories (76)
                                                                                                                        st
                                                                  First victory as starting QB: 9/12/99 vs. Baltimore (1 career start)
In 2001 with the Rams, Warner became the fastest player in
                                                                  Last victory as starting QB: 1/10/10 vs. Green Bay (Wild Card)
NFL history to reach 10,000 passing yards, reaching the mark
              th
in just his 36 career game.                                       300-Yard Games (58)
                                                                                                                      st
                                                            th    First 300-yard game: 309, vs. Baltimore (9/12/99) (1 career start)
In 2006 as a member of the Cardinals and playing in his 76
                                                                  Last 300-yard game: 379, vs. Green Bay (1/10/10, Wild Card)
career game, Warner became the second fastest player in
NFL history to reach 20,000 passing yards, with only Marino       Perfect Passer Rating (3)
(74 games) doing it in fewer games.                               First perfect passer rating: 10/3/99 at Cincinnati
                                                                  Last perfect passer rating: 9/14/08 vs. Miami
                            WARNER FASTEST TO 50                                                                3,000 IN
Against the Texans on 10/11/09, Warner reached 50 career 300 yards games in just his 113       th           THREE STRAIGHT
career game. He became the fastest quarterback in NFL history to reach the plateau,                 With 285 yards passing against the
shattering the record previously held by Dan Marino (176 games).                                    Vikings in week 13 of ‘09, Kurt Warner
                                                                                                    reached 3,000 passing yards on the
In week 16 of the ’09 season, Warner threw for 313 yards against the St. Louis Rams. It was
                                                                                                    season. He joined Neil Lomax as the
the 52nd 300-yard passing game of his career. Only Peyton Manning (56), Brett Favre (61) and
Marino (63) have more 300-yard games in their career.                                               only QBs in franchise history with at
                                                                                                    least three 3,000-yard seasons. Lomax
Most Career 300-Yard Passing Games—NFL History                                                      threw for 3,000+ yards four times as a
                      Games 300-Yd                                                                  member of the Cardinals.
Player                Played Games         Pct.   Win %
1. Dan Marino           242    63          26.0   37-26 (.587)                                      Warner became the first QB in franchise
2. Brett Favre          289    61          21.1   40-21 (.656)                                      history to throw for 3,000+ yards in
3. Peyton Manning       192    56          29.2   35-21 (.625)                                      three consecutive seasons.
4t. Kurt Warner         124    52          41.9   33-19 (.635)
                                                                                                    Warner’s 3,000-Yard Seasons In AZ
4t. Dan Fouts           181    51          28.2   26-25 (.510)
                                                                                                    Year Att      Com Yds TD          INT
Warner’s 22 300-yard games with the Cards are a franchise record (Neil Lomax is #2 with 19).        2009 513      339   3,753 26      14
                                                                                                    2008 598      401   4,583 30      14
     Warner’s Regular Season Games With 300+ Yards (Bold Indicates Arizona)                         2007 451      281   3,417 27      17

Yds      Opp.    Date        Att.   Cmp.   Pct.   TD   Int.   LG    Sk   Yds    Rat     W/L
484      SF      11/25/07     48     34    70.8    2    2     62    4    30     99.7     L
472      NYJ     9/28/08      57     40    70.2    2    3     37    5    46     84.8     L
441      Den     9/4/00       35     25    71.4    3    3     80t   2    8      106.5    W
                                                                                                                  WINNING
401      NE      11/18/01     42     30    71.4    3    2     38    1    5      105.4    W                         RATIO
395 @    Sea     11/16/08     44     32    72.7    1    1     45    2    13     98.2     W          With 26 TD passes and 14 INTs in
394      SF      9/17/00      34     23    67.6    2    2     78t   1    5      101.8    W
                                                                                                    2009, Kurt Warner’s +12 TD to INT
390      SD      10/1/00      30     24    80.0    4    0     53    2    14     158.3    W
                                                                                                    ratio tied for the third-best in franchise
386 @    Sea     9/10/00      47     35    74.5    1    1     50    1    7      96.6     W
385      NO      10/28/01     47     29    61.7    1    4     42    2    10     59.3     L
                                                                                                    history. Combined with his +16 ratio in
381 @    Car     10/26/08     49     35    71.4    2    1     30    2    16     99.1     L          2008 (30 TDs, 14 INTs), Warner now
369      Atl     12/23/07     52     35    67.9    3    0     31    0    0      105.9    W          has two of the top three TD to INT ratios
361      Mia     9/14/08      24     19    79.2    3    0     79t   2    12     158.3    W          in franchise history.
359 @    Det     11/13/05     45     29    64.4    1    0     32    0    0      96.4     L          Best TD-to-INT Ratio—Cards History
359      Ind     12/30/01     30     23    76.7    3    1     51    2    0      135.3    W          Player       Year    TD INT     Ratio
356 @    SD      12/31/06     32     22    68.8    1    0     64    1    10     116.1    L          Kurt Warner 2008     30  14     +16
354 @    SF      12/4/05      45     29    64.4    1    2     54t   2    15     77.5     W          Neil Lomax 1983      24  11     +13
351      NYG     11/23/08     52     32    61.5    1    1     32    1    3      79.9     L          Kurt Warner 2009     26  14     +12
351 @    Car     12/5/99      31     22    70.9    3    2     49    1    5      113.8    W          Neil Lomax 1987      24  12     +12
346 @    NO      12/12/99     31     21    67.7    2    1     40    1    10     113.1    W          Neil Lomax 1984      28  16     +12
346      Min     12/10/00     32     27    84.4    0    0     36    0    0      111.7    W          Jim Hart     1974    20   8     +12
343 @    StL     11/2/08      33     22    67.6    2    0     56t   1    9      121.1    W
342 @    NYG     9/7/03       54     34    63.0    1    1     37t   6    38     79.4     L
342 @    Atl     12/2/01      23     17    73.9    4    0     65t   2    9      155.3    W
340      SEA     11/15/09     38     29    76.3    2    0     37    0    0      120.5    W
338 @    NO      12/17/01     32     23    71.9    4    0     40t   4    29     145.6    W                       WARNER
337 @    Sea     12/9/07      46     28    60.9    3    5     38    5    32     65.5     L                      RATES HIGH
336 @    Atl     9/24/00      19     12    63.2    4    1     85t   3    15     124.5    W
                                                                                                    Kurt Warner posted eight games with a
334      Sea     11/6/05      48     29    60.4    1    3     63    4    27     62.3     L
334      Chi     12/26/99     35     24    68.5    3    1     48t   0    0      115.7    W          passer rating of 100.0+ in 2009, tying
332      IND     9/27/09      52     30    57.7    1    2     40    4    40     67.1     L          the single season franchise record
328      SF      11/10/08     42     32    76.1    3    0     46    0    0      121.9    W          established by Neil Lomax in 1984.
328 @    Ten.    10/31/99     46     29    63.0    3    0     57t   6    41     106.1    L          Most 100+ Rating Games in a Season
328      Mia     9/30/01      31     24    77.4    4    0     45t   1    10     150.3    W          Games     Player (Year)
327      StL     9/18/05      41     28    68.2    0    1     27    5    30     80.0     L          8         Kurt Warner (2009)
323      SF      10/10/99     23     20    86.9    5    1     49    1    9      140.2    W                    Neil Lomax (1984)
321 @    SF      9/23/01      35     24    72.7    3    1     39t   1    12     114.1    W          6         Kurt Warner (2008)
319      NYG     12/19/99     32     18    56.2    2    0     65t   1    0      111.3    W                    Neil Lomax (1983)
316 @    TB      12/18/00     32     20    62.5    2    3     72t   2    18     77.1     L          5         Kurt Warner (2007)
316      NYG     10/14/01     46     28    60.9    0    1     37    6    42     72.4     W                    Neil Lomax (1988)
315      Jax     11/27/05     46     29    63.0    2    1     41    3    14     88.6     L                    Jim Hart (1976)
315 @    Den     9/8/02       41     32    78.0    0    1     43    3    20     88.5     L
313      STL     12/27/09     38     24    63.2    2    0     45    2    16     106.6    W          Warner has recorded a 100.0+ passer
313      Atl     10/15/00     40     24    60.0    3    1     47    3    11     99.3     W          rating 22 times with the Cardinals, the
310 @    Cin     10/3/99      21     17    80.9    3    0     60    2    11     158.3    W          second-highest total in franchise history
309      Bal     9/12/99      44     28    63.6    3    2     38    3    25     88.2     W          (Neil Lomax, 26).
308 @    Phi     9/9/01       42     28    66.7    1    2     27    4    26     76.3     W
305 @    Det     11/7/99      42     25    59.5    3    2     75t   4    30     85.9     L          Warner has a 19-3 record with the
302      HOU     10/11/09     38     26    68.4    2    0     26t   1    6      109.8    W          Cards when he has a 100.0+ rating,
301      SF      9/10/06      37     23    62.1    3    0     39    3    18     114.8    W          winning the last 14 straight. For his
301 @    TB      9/23/02      45     30    66.7    0    4     25    5    32     48.5     L          career, Warner has a 44-3 record when
301 @    Was     11/24/02     49     34    69.4    2    1     30    3    21     90.6     L          he has a passer rating of 100.0+.
300      StL     12/30/07     39     23    58.9    3    2     26    0    0      87.6     W
                     DOUBLY SUCCESSFUL                                               TWO CLUBS, 100 PASSING TDS
After leading the Cardinals to the NFC Championship game in 2008,             Kurt Warner’s 18-yard TD pass to Early Doucet in week
                                                                                                                                   th
Kurt Warner is one of eight quarterbacks in NFL history to start a            16 of the 2009 season vs. St. Louis was his 100 TD
conference championship game for two different teams. Prior to 2008,          pass as a member of the Cardinals. Along with his 102
Warner’s last conference championship game was in 2001 with the               TD passes with the St. Louis Rams, Warner became just
Rams and he has a 3-0 record all-time in conference championship              the second player in NFL history to throw for at least 100
games.                                                                        TDs with two separate teams, joining Fran Tarkenton
                                                                              (Giants and Vikings).
QBs Leading Two Teams to Conference Title Games
QB             1st Team                                  2nd Team             Warner threw for 102 TD passes with the St. Louis Rams
Brett Favre    GB (’95, ’96, ’97, ’07)                   Minnesota (’09)      from 1999-2003. Warner had 26 TD passes in 2009 and
Kurt Warner    St. Louis (’99, ’01)                      Arizona (’08)        in ‘08 established a franchise record with 30 TD passes
Kerry Collins  Carolina (’96)                            NY Giants (’00)      during the regular season as he led the Cardinals to the
Joe Montana    San Fran (’81, ’83, ’84, ’88, ’89, ’90)   Kansas City (’93)    NFC West title. Warner has thrown for at least 20 TDs
Jay Schroeder  Washington (’86)                          L.A. Raiders (’90)   six times in his career, three times with the Cardinals and
Doug Williams  Tampa Bay (’79)                           Washington (’87)
                                                                              three times with St. Louis.
Craig Morton   Dallas (’70)                              Denver (’77)
Earl Morrall   Baltimore (’68)                           Miami (’72)          Tarkenton threw for 239 TDs for the Minnesota Vikings
                                                                              (1961-66, 1972-78) and 103 TDs for the NY Giants
In 2009, Warner returned to the Super Bowl for the first time since Super
                                                                              (1967-71).
Bowl XXXVI, a 20-17 loss to New England after the 2001 season.
Warner became only the third quarterback to start a Super Bowl seven
or more years apart.                                                                     14,000 WITH TWO TEAMS
QBs with 7+ Years Between Super Bowl Appearances                              With 242 passing yards in week eight of ’09 vs. Carolina,
QB                 Team(s)           Seasons                Yrs Apart         Kurt Warner reached 14,000 passing yards as a
John Elway         Denver            1989, 1997             8                 member of the Cardinals, becoming the first quarterback
Kurt Warner        St. Louis/Arizona 2001, 2008             7                 in NFL history to reach 14,000 passing yards with two
Craig Morton       Dallas/Denver     1970, 1977             7                 teams. In addition to his total with the Cardinals, Warner
                                                                              threw for 14,447 yards with the Rams from 1998-2003.
                                                                              In his last two-plus seasons, covering 46 starts, Warner
                                                                              had 12,321 passing yards with AZ, an average of 267.8
                                                                              yards per start.
                       PROLIFIC AS A PRO
                                                                              Against the Texans in week five of ‘09, Warner reached
After throwing for 351 yards against the Giants in week 12 of 2008, Kurt      13,000 passing yards with the Cardinals and joined Hall
Warner reached a unique milestone, eclipsing 40,000 career passing            of Famer Fran Tarkenton and the only QBs in NFL
yards. After throwing for 3,753 yards in 2009, Warner has now thrown          history with 13,000+ passing yards with two teams.
for a total of 44,931 yards and 406 TDs as a pro.                             Tarkenton threw for 33,098 yards with the Minnesota
Warner passed for 10,486 yards in three seasons with the Arena                Vikings and 13,905 yards with the NY Giants.
Football League’s Iowa Barnstormers (1995-97) and 2,101 in his one
season with the Amsterdam Admirals of NFL Europe (1998).
                                                                                            CONNECTING OFTEN
Warner has amassed 32,344 passing yards in the NFL with the Rams,             Kurt Warner connected with Larry Fitzgerald and
Giants and the Cardinals. He has thrown for 15,843 yards since coming         Anquan Boldin more than any other receivers in his
to the Cardinals in 2005.                                                     career during the regular season.
Here is a look at Warner’s passing numbers from his 16 collective             The pair combined for 650 of Warner’s 1,371
seasons in professional football.                                             completions as a Cardinal. They also accounted for 66 of
Year Tm      G/S       Att     Cmp      Pct.    Yds    Yd/Att TD        Int   his 100 TD passes with Arizona.
1995 Iowa    12/12     400     237      59.2    2,996   7.5   43        14    Top 10 Receiving Targets
1996 Iowa    14/14     422     259      61.4    3,341   7.9   61        15    Rec     Player
1997 Iowa    14/14     498     322      64.6    4,149   8.3   79        14    345     WR Larry Fitzgerald
1998 Ams     10/10     326     165      50.6    2,101   6.4   15        6
                                                                              305     WR Anquan Boldin
1998 StL     1/0       11      4        36.4    39      3.5   0         0
                                                                              268     RB Marshall Faulk
1999 StL     16/16     499     325      *65.1   4,353   *8.7 *41        13
2000 StL     11/11     347     235      *67.7   3,429   *9.9 21         18    230     WR Isaac Bruce
2001 StL     16/16     546     *375     *68.7   *4,830 *8.8 *36         22    219     WR Torry Holt
2002 StL     7/6       220     144      65.5    1,431   6.5   3         11    127     WR Steve Breaston
2003 StL     2/1       65      38       58.5    365     5.6   1         1     107     WR Az-Zahir Hakim
2004 NYG     10/9      277     174      62.8    2,054   7.4   6         4     95      WR Ricky Proehl
2005 Ariz    10/10     375     242      64.5    2,713   7.2   11        9     86      RB Tim Hightower
2006 Ariz    6/5       168     108      64.3    1,377   8.2   6         5     69      RB J.J. Arrington 


2007 Ariz    14/11     451     281      62.3    3,417   7.6   27        17            THE BEST ALL-TIME INDOORS
2008 Ariz    16/16     598     401      67.1    4,583   7.7   30        14
2009 Ariz    15/15     513     339      66.1    3,753   7.3   26        14    According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Warner has a
NFL          124/116   4,070   2,666    65.5    32,344 7.9    208       128   102.8 passer rating when playing indoors in his career
Arena        40/40     1,320   818      61.9    10,486 7.9    183       43    during the regular season, edging out Indianapolis’s
NFL Europe   10/10     326     165      50.6    2,101   6.4   15        6     Peyton Manning (100.3) as the best indoor rating in NFL
Pro Career   174/166   5,716   3,649    63.8    44,931 7.9    406       177   history.
*Led NFL
                                                                              According to Elias, Warner has completed 1,214 of 1,814
                                                                              attempts for 15,540 yards, 118 TD and 54 INT while
                                                                              playing indoors in his career.
                             WARNER’S TD                                     TOP REGULAR SEASON TD TOTALS
                             BREAKDOWN                               BY PLAYER                               BY OPPONENT
                                                                     TD   Player (35)                        TD    Opponent (31)
Kurt Warner’s 18-yard TD pass to Larry Fitzgerald in the fourth      39   Larry Fitzgerald                   24    49ers
                                                     th
quarter against the Seahawks on 11/5/09 was the 200 TD pass          27   Anquan Boldin                      21    Falcons
                                     th
of his career. He became just the 29 player in NFL history to        22   Isaac Bruce                        15    Seahawks
throw for at least 200 career TDs. With his 11-yard TD pass to       18   Marshall Faulk                     15    Rams
Fitzgerald in the second quarter in week 11 vs. St. Louis, his       18   Torry Holt                         13    Saints
second TD pass of the day, Warner reached 20 TD passes in            13   Az-Zahir Hakim                     12    Lions
2009 and became the first QB in franchise history to throw for       8    Ricky Proehl                       12    Panthers
20+ TDs in three consecutive seasons.                                7    Roland Williams                    9     Bears
                                                   th
In reaching 200 TD passes in his 118 career game, Warner             6    Steve Breaston                     8     Redskins
became the fifth-fastest QB in NFL history to reach the career       6    Jerheme Urban                      7     Giants
milestone.                                                           4    Jeremy Shockey                     7     Dolphins
                                                                     4    Ernie Conwell                      6     Eagles
Fewest Games to 200 Career TD Passes                                 4    Bryant Johnson                     5     Browns
Player              Games                                            3    Ben Patrick                        5     Chargers
Dan Marino          89                                               3    Jeff Robinson                      5     Ravens
Peyton Manning      106                                              2    Jason Wright                       5     Bengals
Brett Favre         107                                              2    J.J. Arrington                     4     Jaguars
Tom Brady           116                                              2    Leonard Pope                       4     Vikings
Kurt Warner         118                                              2    Adam Bergen                        4     Colts
Below is a breakdown of Warner’s 208 career TD passes:               2    Robert Holcombe                    3     Buccaneers
                                                                     2    Tony Horne                         3     Titans
With Team                          Location                          1    Early Doucet                       3     Texans
Rams ............... 102           Home ............106              1    LaRod Stephens-Howling             3     Jets
Cardinals ......... 100            Road .............102             1    Anthony Becht                      3     Cowboys
Giants .............. 6                                              1    Troy Bienemann                     3     Broncos
                                                                     1    LeRon McCoy                        3     Patriots
Distance                                Season (Top 5)               1    Troy Edwards                       2     Bills
3 or fewer Yards..........40            1999       41                1    Troy Walters                       1     Steelers
4-9 Yards.....................62        2001       36                1    James Hodgins                      1     Cardinals
10-19 Yards.................48          2008       30                1    Tiki Barber                        1     Packers
20-29 Yards.................16          2007       27                1    Ryan Tucker                        1     Chiefs
30+ Yards....................42         2009       26                1    Tim Carter                         Never thrown TD Vs.
                                                                     1    Amp Lee                            Oakland Raiders
                                                                     1    Eric Edwards
                                                                     1    Brandon Manumaleuna

                             WARNER HOLDS NFL RECORD FOR COMPLETION PERCENTAGE
Kurt Warner completed 24-of-26 pass attempts vs. Jacksonville in week two of 2009. His completion percentage of 92.3 established
a new NFL single-game record. Vinny Testaverde held the previous record with a 91.3 completion percentage for Cleveland on
12/26/93 against the L.A. Rams. Testaverde completed 21-of-23 passes in that game.
NFL Record—Highest Completion Percentage (min. 20 att.)
Pct      Player              Game                                                 Comp/Att
92.30    Kurt Warner         Arizona at Jacksonville (9/20/09)                    24/26
91.30    Vinny Testaverde    Cleveland vs. LA Rams (12/26/93)                     21/23
90.91    Ken Anderson        Cincinnati vs. Pittsburgh (11/10/74)                 20/22
90.48    Lynn Dickey         Green Bay vs. New Orleans (12/13/81)                 19/21
Warner’s 92.3 completion percentage topped the previous franchise record of 81.8 established by Steve Beuerlein at Atlanta on
1/2/94 (27-of-33). Warner has four of the top six single-game completions percentage totals in franchise history.
Franchise    Record—Highest Completion Percentage (min. 20 att.)
Pct          Player            Opponent                                       Comp/Att
92.3         Kurt Warner       at Jacksonville (9/20/09)                      24/26
81.8         Steve Beuerlein   at Atlanta (1/2/94)                            27/33
81.3         Neil Lomax        at Washington (12/16/84)                       37/46
79.2         Kurt Warner       vs. Miami (9/14/08)                            19/24
78.9         Kurt Warner       @ St. Louis (11/22/09)                         15/19
78.6         Kurt Warner       vs. Buffalo (10/5/08)                          33/42
Warner completed his first 15 pass attempts against the Jaguars, a franchise record for consecutive completions to start a game.
It tied the franchise record for consecutive completions, matching Jake Plummer’s total vs. Washington on 11/8/98.
Franchise    Record—Most Consecutive Pass Completions
Comp         Player             Opponent
15*          Kurt Warner        @ Jacksonville, 9/20/09
15           Jake Plummer       vs. Washington, 11/8/98
14           Kent Graham        vs. St. Louis, 9/29/96-OT
             Steve Beuerlein    @ Atlanta, 1/2/94
13           Kurt Warner        @ San Francisco (4), 9/7/08; vs. Miami (9), 9/14/08
             Josh McCown        @ Atlanta, 9/26/04
*15 straight to open the game
                             Warner Game-By-Game Passing Stats
2009 Arizona
Date     Opp       GP/GS Att Cmp        Pct     Yds     Yds/Att   TD   Int   Lg    Sk   Lst   Rating   W/L
Sept. 13     SF    1/1       44 26      59.1    288     6.5       1    2     40    3    29    67.2     L
Sept. 20 @ Jax     1/1       26 24      92.3    243     9.3       2    0     22t   0    0     131.2    W
Sept. 27     IND   1/1       52 30      57.7    332     6.4       1    2     25    4    40    67.1     L
Oct. 11      HOU   1/1       38 26      68.4    302     7.9       2    0     26t   1    6     109.8    W
Oct. 18 @ Sea      1/1       41 32      78.0    276     6.7       2    1     22    2    10    100.8    W
Oct. 25 @ NYG      1/1       36 20      55.6    231     6.4       1    1     44    2    15    72.8     W
Nov. 1       CAR   1/1       46 27      58.7    242     5.3       2    5     19    2    16    47.8     L
Nov. 8 @ Chi       1/1       32 22      68.8    261     8.2       5    0     24    1    5     132.9    W
Nov. 15      SEA   1/1       38 29      76.3    340     8.9       2    0     37    0    0     120.5    W
Nov. 22 @ StL      1/1       19 15      78.9    203     10.7      2    0     38    1    7     146.3    W
Nov. 29 @ Ten      Inactive – Head
Dec. 6       MIN   1/1       32 22      68.8    285     8.9       3    0     39t   0    0     127.7    W
Dec. 14 @ SF       1/1       29 16      55.2    178     6.1       0    2     29    4    18    44.9     L
Dec. 20 @ Det      1/1       36 22      61.1    228     6.3       1    1     28    2    10    77.1     W
Dec. 27      STL   1/1       38 24      63.2    313     8.2       2    0     45    2    16    106.6    W
Jan. 3       GB    1/1       6 4        66.7    31      5.2       0    0     13    0    0     79.2     L
Total              15/15     513 339    66.1    3,753   7.3       26   14    45    24   172   93.2     10-5
Jan. 10      GB    1/1       33 29      87.9    379     11.5      5    0     33    1    4     154.1    W
Jan. 16 @ NO       1/1       26 17      65.4    205     7.9       0    1     28    1    8     73.4     L
Postseason         2/2       59 46      77.9    584     9.9       5    1     33    2    12    129.1    1-1

2008 Arizona
Date     Opp       GP/GS   Att    Cmp   Pct     Yds     Yds/Att   TD   Int   Lg    Sk   Lst   Rating   W/L
Sept. 7 @ SF       1/1     30     19    63.3    197     6.6       1    0     40    3    21    93.3     W
Sept. 14     MIA   1/1     24     19    79.2    361     15.0      3    0     79t   2    12    158.3    W
Sept. 21 @ Was     1/1     30     16    53.3    192     6.4       2    1     62t   2    13    81.5     L
Sept. 28 @ NYJ     1/1     57     40    70.2    472     8.3       2    3     37    5    46    84.8     L
Oct. 5       BUF   1/1     42     33    78.6    250     6.0       2    0     18    0    0     107.3    W
Oct. 12      DAL   1/1     30     22    73.3    236     7.9       2    1     39    1    10    104.3    W
Oct. 26 @ Car      1/1     49     35    71.4    381     7.8       2    1     30    2    16    99.1     L
Nov. 2 @ StL       1/1     33     22    67.6    343     10.4      2    0     56t   1    9     121.1    W
Nov. 10      SF    1/1     42     32    76.1    328     7.8       3    0     46    0    0     121.9    W
Nov. 16 @ Sea      1/1     44     32    72.7    395     8.9       1    1     45    2    13    98.2     W
Nov. 23      NYG   1/1     52     32    61.5    351     6.8       1    1     32    1    3     79.9     L
Nov. 27 @ Phi      1/1     39     21    53.8    235     6.0       3    3     40    0    0     65.7     L
Dec. 7       STL   1/1     33     24    72.7    279     8.5       1    1     58    1    7     95.4     W
Dec. 14      MIN   1/1     45     29    64.4    270     6.0       1    1     50t   4    25    78.9     L
Dec. 21 @ NE       1/1     18     6     33.3    30      1.7       0    0     10    1    7     42.4     L
Dec. 28      SEA   1/1     30     19    63.3    263     8.8       4    1     50    1    0     117.1    W
Total              16/16   598    401   67.1    4,583   7.7       30   14    79t   26   182   96.9     9-7
Jan. 3       ATL   1/1     32     19    59.4    271     8.5       2    1     71t   0    0     94.7     W
Jan. 10 @ Car      1/1     32     21    65.6    220     6.9       2    1     41    1    5     93.2     W
Jan. 18      PHI   1/1     28     21    75.0    279     9.9       4    0     62t   2    12    145.7    W
Feb. 1       PIT   1/1     43     31    72.1    377     8.8       3    1     64t   2    3     112.3    L
Postseason         4/4     135    92    68.1    1,147   8.5       11   3     71t   5    20    112.2    3-1

2007 Arizona
Date     Opp       GP/GS Att      Cmp Pct       Yds     Yds/Att TD Int Lg          Sk Lst     Rating   W/L
Sept. 10 @ SF      Did Not Play
Sept. 16     SEA   Did Not Play
Sept. 23 @ Bal     1/0      20    15    75.0    258     12.9      2    0     37    0    0     150.0     L
Sept. 30     PIT   1/0      21    14    66.6    132     6.3       1    0     20    1    6     99.7     W
Oct. 7 @ StL       1/0      28    14    50.0    190     6.8       1    1     34    0    0     69.0     W
Oct. 14      CAR   1/1      2     2     100.0   21      10.5      0    0     16    2    21    110.4    L
Oct. 21 @ Was      1/1      41    27    65.9    282     6.9       2    2     43    1    3     81.6     L
Nov. 4 @ TB        1/1      30    10    33.3    172     5.7       0    2     47    0    0     26.0     L
Nov. 11      DET   1/1      36    26    72.2    259     7.2       3    1     20t   2    15    108.4    W
Nov. 18 @ Cin      1/1      28    16    57.1    211     7.5       2    0     44t   3    14    104.9    W
Nov. 25      SF    1/1      48    34    70.8    484     10.1      2    2     62    4    30    99.7     L
Dec. 2       CLE   1/1      30    18    60.0    169     5.6       2    1     19    0    0     83.9     W
Dec. 9 @ Sea       1/1      46    28    60.9    337     7.3       3    5     38    5    32    65.5     L
Dec. 16 @ NO       1/1      30    19    63.3    233     7.8       3    1     25    2    19    106.7    L
Dec. 23      ATL   1/1      52    35    67.9    369     6.8       3    0     31    0    0     105.9    W
Dec. 30      STL   1/1      39    23    58.9    300     7.7       3    2     26    0    0     87.6     W
Total              14/11    451   281   62.3    3,417   7.6       27   17    62    20   140   89.8     5-6
2006 Arizona
Date     Opp       GP/GS Att Cmp.        Pct    Yds   Yds/Att   TD   Int   Lg    Sk   Lst   Rating   W/L
Sept. 10     SF    1/1      37 23        62.1   301   8.1       3    0     39    3    18    114.8    W
Sept. 17 @ Sea     1/1      38 24        63.2   231   6.1       1    1     40t   5    40    77.9     L
Sept. 24     STL   1/1      28 19        67.9   256   9.1       1    3     54    1    10    69.0     L
Oct. 1 @ Atl       1/1      20 11        55.0   128   6.4       0    1     46    3    17    53.8     L
Oct. 8       KC    Did Not Play
Oct. 16      CHI   Did Not Play
Oct. 22 @ Oak      Did Not Play
Oct. 29 @ GB       Did Not Play
Nov. 12      DAL   Did Not Play
Nov. 19      DET   Did Not Play
Nov. 26 @ Min      Did Not Play
Dec. 3 @ StL       Did Not Play
Dec. 10      SEA   Did Not Play
Dec. 17      DEN   Did Not Play
Dec. 24 @ SF       1/0      13 9         69.2   105 8.1         0    0     23    1 9        93.4     W
Dec. 31 @ SD       1/1      32 22        68.8   356 11.1        1    0     64    1 10       116.1    L
Total              6/5      168 108      64.3   1,377 8.2       6    5     64    14 104     89.3     1-4

2005 Arizona
Date     Opp       GP/GS Att Cmp. Pct           Yds   Yds/Att TD Int       Lg    Sk   Lst   Rating   W/L
Sept. 11 @ NYG     1/1       46 27    58.6      264   5.7     1 1          30    3    29    73.1     L
Sept. 18     STL   1/1       41 28    68.2      307   7.4     0 1          27    5    30    80.0     L
Sept. 25 @ Sea     1/1       13 8     61.5      105           0 0          45    1    9     87.0     L
Oct. 2       SF    Inactive – Groin
Oct. 9       CAR   Inactive – Groin
Oct. 23      TEN   Did Not Play
Oct. 30 @ Dal      Did Not Play
Nov. 6       SEA   1/1       48 29    60.4      334   6.9       1    3     63    4    27    62.3     L
Nov. 13 @ Det      1/1       45 29    64.4      359   8.0       1    0     32    0    0     96.4     L
Nov. 20 @ StL      1/1       39 27    69.2      285   7.3       3    0     34    1    7     115.9    W
Nov. 27      JAX   1/1       46 29    63.0      315   6.8       2    1     41    3    14    88.6     L
Dec. 4 @ SF        1/1       45 29    64.4      354   7.8       1    2     54t   2    15    77.5     W
Dec. 11      WAS   1/1       41 25    60.9      255   6.2       1    1     30    2    15    76.8     L
Dec. 18 @ Hou      1/1       10 10    100.0     115   11.5      1    0     22    2    12    147.9    L
Dec. 24      PHI   Injured Reserve – Knee                                                            W
Jan. 1 @ Ind       Injured Reserve – Knee                                                            L
Total              10/10     375 242 64.5       2,713 7.2       11 9       63    23 158     85.8     2-8

2004 NY Giants
Date     Opp.      GP/GS Att.     Cmp.   Pct.   Yds   Yds/Att   TD   Int   Lg    Sk   Lst   Rating   W/L
Sept. 12 @ Phi     1/1      28    16     57.1   203   7.25      0    0     43    4    23    79.9     L
Sept. 19    WAS    1/1      33    22     66.7   232   7.0       1    0     38    2    17    97.0     W
Sept. 26    CLE    1/1      27    19     70.4   286   10.6      0    0     47    2    12    104.9    W
Oct. 3 @ GB        1/1      26    20     76.9   187   7.2       1    1     26    4    29    92.9     W
Oct. 10 @ Dal      1/1      33    18     54.5   217   6.6       1    0     55    3    6     85.0     W
Oct. 24     DET    1/1      34    23     67.6   270   7.9       1    1     62    6    20    89.1     L
Oct. 31 @ Min      1/1      21    13     61.9   144   6.9       0    0     25    5    29    82.2     W
Nov. 7      CHI    1/1      36    18     50.0   195   5.4       1    2     28    7    28    52.4     L
Nov. 14 @ Arz      1/1      30    19     63.3   193   6.4       1    0     21    6    32    92.8     L
Nov. 21     ATL    Did Not Play
Nov. 28     PHI    Did Not Play
Dec. 5 @ Was       Did Not Play
Dec. 12 @ Bal      1/0      9     6      66.7   127   14.1      0    0     41    0    0     109.7    L
Dec. 18     PIT    Did Not Play
Dec. 26 @ Cin      Did Not Play
Jan. 2      DAL    Did Not Play
Total              10/9     277   174    62.8   2,054 7.4       6    4     62    39 196     86.5     5-4
2003 St. Louis
Date     Opp.     GP/GS Att.     Cmp. Pct.     Yds     Yds/Att TD Int. Lg          Sk Lst     Rating   W/L
Sept. 7 @ NYG     1/1      54    34   63.0     342     6.3     1 1 37t             6 38       79.4     L
Sept. 14    SF    Did Not Play
Sept. 21 @ Sea    Did Not Play
Sept. 28    ARZ   Did Not Play
Oct. 13     ATL   Did Not Play
Oct. 19     GB    Did Not Play
Oct. 26 @ Pit     Did Not Play
Nov. 2 @ SF       Did Not Play
Nov. 9      BAL   Did Not Play
Nov. 16 @ Chi     Did Not Play
Nov. 23 @ Arz     Did Not Play
Nov. 30     MIN   Did Not Play
Dec. 8 @ Cle      Did Not Play
Dec. 14     SEA   Did Not Play
Dec. 21     CIN   Did Not Play
Dec. 28 @ Det     1/0      11    4      36.4   23      2.1       0    0      8     0    0     44.9     L
Total             2/1      65    38     58.5   365     5.6       1    1      37t   6    38    72.9     0-1
Jan. 10     CAR   Did Not Play                                                                         L

2002 St. Louis
Date     Opp.     GP/GS Att. Cmp.       Pct.   Yds     Yds/Att   TD   Int.   Lg    Sk   Lst   Rating   W/L
Sept. 8 @ Den     1/1       41 32       78.0   315     7.7       0    1      43    3    20    88.5     L
Sept. 15    NYG   1/1       39 26       66.7   266     6.8       1    2      34    1    6     73.2     L
Sept. 23 @ TB     1/1       45 30       66.7   301     6.7       0    4      25    5    32    48.5     L
Sept. 29    DAL   1/1       2 1         50.6   17      8.5       0    1      17    0    0     39.6     L
Oct. 6 @ SF       Inactive - Hand
Oct. 13     OAK   Inactive - Hand
Oct. 20     SEA   Inactive - Hand
Nov. 3 @ Arz      Inactive - Hand
Nov. 10     SD    Inactive - Hand
Nov. 18     CHI   1/0       2 1         50.0   13      6.5       0    0      13    1    7     70.8     W
Nov. 24 @ Was     1/1       49 34       69.4   301     6.1       2    1      30    3    21    90.6     L
Dec. 1 @ Phi      1/1       42 20       47.6   218     5.2       0    2      28    8    44    43.6     L
Dec. 8 @ KC       Inactive - Hand
Dec. 15     ARZ   Injured Reserve
Dec. 22 @ Sea     Injured Reserve
Dec. 30     SF    Injured Reserve
Total             7/6       220 144     65.5   1,431 6.5         3    11 43        21/130     67.4     0-6

2001 St. Louis
Date     Opp.     GP/GS   Att.   Cmp.   Pct.   Yds     Yds/Att   TD   Int.   Lg    Sk   Lst   Rating   W/L
Sept. 9 @ Phi     1/1     42     28     66.7   308     7.3       1    2      27    4    26    76.3     W
Sept. 23 @ SF     1/1     35     24     72.7   321     9.2       3    1      39t   1    12    114.1    W
Sept. 30    MIA   1/1     31     24     77.4   328     10.6      4    0      45t   1    10    150.3    W
Oct. 8 @ Det      1/1     37     29     78.4   291     7.9       3    0      36t   1    7     126.5    W
Oct. 14     NYG   1/1     46     28     60.9   316     6.9       0    1      37    6    42    72.4     W
Oct. 21 @ NYJ     1/1     27     18     66.7   215     7.9       1    0      29    2    4     103.2    W
Oct. 28     NO    1/1     47     29     61.7   385     8.2       1    4      42    2    10    59.3     L
Nov. 11     CAR   1/1     20     14     70.0   144     7.2       1    3      33    0    0     67.5     W
Nov. 18 @ NE      1/1     42     30     71.4   401     9.5       3    2      38    1    5     105.4    W
Nov. 26     TB    1/1     39     19     48.7   291     7.5       1    2      42    3    22    61.0     L
Dec. 2 @ Atl      1/1     23     17     73.9   342     14.9      4    0      65t   2    9     155.3    W
Dec. 9      SF    1/1     42     26     61.9   294     7.0       2    1      26    4    24    88.8     W
Dec. 17 @ NO      1/1     32     23     71.9   338     10.6      4    0      40t   4    29    145.6    W
Dec. 23 @ Car     1/1     23     18     78.3   217     9.4       2    2      46    3    20    98.7     W
Dec. 30     IND   1/1     30     23     76.7   359     11.9      3    1      51    2    0     135.3    W
Jan. 6      ATL   1/1     30     25     83.3   280     9.3       3    3      47    2    14    99.3     W
Total             16/16   546    375    68.7   4,830   8.8       36   22     65t   38   233   101.4    14-2
Jan. 20     GB    1/1     30     18     60.0   216     7.2       2    1      50    2    15    90.4     W
Jan. 27     PHI   1/1     33     22     66.7   212     6.4       1    0      21    1    2     94.5     W
Feb. 3      NE    1/1     44     28     63.6   365     8.3       1    2      30    3    28    78.3     L
Postseason        3/3     107    68     63.6   793     7.4       4    3      50    6    45    86.7     2-1
2000 St. Louis
Date     Opp.     GP/GS Att. Cmp.      Pct.   Yds     Yds/Att   TD   Int.   Lg    Sk   Lst   Rating   W/L
Sept. 4     DEN   1/1       35 25      71.4   441     12.6      3    3      80t   2    8     106.5    W
Sept. 10 @ Sea    1/1       47 35      74.5   386     8.2       1    1      50    1    7     96.6     W
Sept. 17    SF    1/1       34 23      67.6   394     11.6      2    2      78t   1    5     101.8    W
Sept. 24 @ Atl    1/1       19 12      63.2   336     17.7      4    1      85t   3    15    124.5    W
Oct. 1      SD    1/1       30 24      80.0   390     13.0      4    0      53    2    14    158.3    W
Oct. 15     ATL   1/1       40 24      60.0   313     7.8       3    1      47    3    11    99.3     W
Oct. 22 @ KC      1/1       25 15      60.0   185     7.4       1    2      42    2    14    62.9     L
Oct. 29 @ SF      Inactive - Hand
Nov. 5      CAR   Inactive - Hand
Nov. 12 @ NYG     Inactive - Hand
Nov. 20     WAS   Inactive - Hand
Nov. 26     NO    Inactive - Hand
Dec. 3 @ Car      1/1       36 18      50.0   189     5.3       0    4      20    2    10    26.0     L
Dec. 10     MIN   1/1       32 27      84.4   346     10.8      0    0      36    0    0     111.7    W
Dec. 18 @ TB      1/1       32 20      62.5   316     9.9       2    3      72t   2    18    77.1     L
Dec. 24 @ NO      1/1       17 12      70.6   133     7.8       1    1      28    2    13    88.6     W
Total             11/11     347 235    67.7   3,429   9.9       21   18     85t   20   115   98.3     8-3
Dec. 30 @ NO      1/1       40 24      60.0   365     9.1       3    3      38    2    15    83.9     L
Postseason        1/1       40 24      60.0   365     9.1       3    3      38    2    15    83.9     0-1


1999 St. Louis
Date     Opp.     GP/GS Att.    Cmp.   Pct.   Yds     Yds/Att   TD   Int.   Lg    Sk   Lst   Rating   W/L
Sept. 12    BAL   1/1     44    28     63.6   309     7.0       3    2      38    3    25    88.2     W
Sept. 26    ATL   1/1     25    17     68.0   275     11.0      3    0      46t   0    0     144.2    W
Oct. 3 @ Cin      1/1     21    17     80.9   310     14.8      3    0      60    2    11    158.3    W
Oct. 10     SF    1/1     23    20     86.9   323     14.0      5    1      49    1    9     140.2    W
Oct. 17 @ Atl     1/1     20    13     65.0   111     5.6       1    0      18    2    17    96.0     W
Oct. 24     CLE   1/1     29    23     79.3   203     7.0       3    0      24    1    0     130.3    W
Oct. 31 @ Ten     1/1     46    29     63.0   328     7.1       3    0      57t   6    41    106.1    L
Nov. 7 @ Det      1/1     42    25     59.5   305     7.3       3    2      75t   4    30    85.9     L
Nov. 14     CAR   1/1     29    19     65.5   284     9.8       2    1      53    0    0     106.0    W
Nov. 21 @ SF      1/1     40    22     55.0   201     5.0       1    1      19    3    20    66.8     W
Nov. 28     NO    1/1     27    15     55.5   213     7.9       2    0      33    2    18    105.9    W
Dec. 5 @ Car      1/1     31    22     70.9   351     11.3      3    2      49    1    5     113.8    W
Dec. 12 @ NO      1/1     31    21     67.7   346     11.2      2    1      40    1    10    113.1    W
Dec. 19     NYG   1/1     32    18     56.2   319     9.9       2    0      65t   1    0     111.3    W
Dec. 26     CHI   1/1     35    24     68.5   334     9.5       3    1      48t   0    0     115.7    W
Jan. 2 @ Phi      1/1     24    12     50.0   141     5.9       2    2      29    2    15    61.3     L
Total             16/16   499   325    65.1   4,353   8.7       41   13     75t   29   201   109.2    13-3
Jan. 16     MIN   1/1   33      27     81.1   391     11.8      5    1      77t   2    17    143.0    W
Jan. 23     TB    1/1   43      26     60.4   258     6.0       1    3      30t   0    0     56.2     W
Jan. 30     TEN   1/1   45      24     53.3   414     9.2       2    0      73t   1    7     99.7     W
Postseason        3/3   121     77     63.6   1,063   8.8       8    4      77t   3    24    100.0    3-0

1998 St. Louis
Date     Opp.     GP/GS Att. Cmp. Pct.        Yds     Yds/Att TD Int. Lg          Sk Lst     Rating   W/L
                              rd
Sept. 6     NO    Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     L
                              rd
Sept. 13    MIN   Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     L
                              rd
Sept. 20 @ Buf    Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     W
                              rd
Sept. 27    ARZ   Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     L
                              rd
Oct. 11     NYJ   Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     W
                              rd
Oct. 18 @ Mia     Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     L
                              rd
Oct. 25     SF    Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     L
                              rd
Nov. 1 @ Atl      Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     L
                              rd
Nov. 8 @ Chi      Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     W
                              rd
Nov. 15 @ NO      Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     L
                              rd
Nov. 22     CAR   Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     L
                              rd
Nov. 29     ATL   Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     L
                              rd
Dec. 3 @ Phi      Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     L
                              rd
Dec. 13     NE    Inactive – 3 QB                                                                     W
Dec. 20 @ Car     Did Not Play                                                                        L
Dec. 27 @ SF      1/0    11      4 36.4       39      3.5       0    0      21    0    0     47.2     L
Total             1/0    11      4 36.4       39      3.5       0    0      21    0    0     47.2     0-0

								
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