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    If Kurt Warner Retires...

    ...Do not be surprised if we see a sudden collapse from the Cards. And I'm talking a significant collapse.

    Because Warner is easily a top 5 QB, and the real reason behind Whiz's success. And all those people who found themselves pining for Whizenhunt at HC will be left biting their tongues. You watch.

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    Re: If Kurt Warner Retires...

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelTorch
    ...Do not be surprised if we see a sudden collapse from the Cards. And I'm talking a significant collapse.

    Because Warner is easily a top 5 QB, and the real reason behind Whiz's success. And all those people who found themselves pining for Whizenhunt at HC will be left biting their tongues. You watch.
    They are toast with Leinart and the D sucks too... no injuries either

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    I hope that doesn't happen I like Whisenhunt and hope he's successful. Larry Fitz is a class act, Whiz and Grimm served the Steelers well. I'd hate to see him crash and burn.

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    Re: If Kurt Warner Retires...

    Quote Originally Posted by papillon
    I hope that doesn't happen I like Whisenhunt and hope he's successful. Larry Fitz is a class act, Whiz and Grimm served the Steelers well. I'd hate to see him crash and burn.

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    I guess you are right... Fitz was a Panther and I have no real hate towards the guy... it's the homer fans who use him vs Tomlin that get to me...

    If he loses Warner the Cards go 2004 game manager...I was surprised Whiz passed with Leinart before the half.

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    Re: If Kurt Warner Retires...

    (with Pappy)

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    Re: If Kurt Warner Retires...

    Quote Originally Posted by papillon
    I hope that doesn't happen I like Whisenhunt and hope he's successful. Larry Fitz is a class act, Whiz and Grimm served the Steelers well. I'd hate to see him crash and burn.

    Pappy
    I'm definitely not a hater of Whiz, but I'm not really a fan either. He lost points in my book when he shook every Steeler's hand except Ben's in our first matchup. The second time I lost some respect for him was when he made Superbowl 43 all about himself - it was all about his agenda and "proving" to the Steelers that they should have went with him as their HC. It came across as selfish, and I didn't like that.

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    Re: If Kurt Warner Retires...

    I have a feeling you're right. I have no ill-will toward the Card's, but I'm thinking that if Warner is gone, Leinart won't have the goods to help them. They become a .500 team or worse overnight.

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    If Warner retires, the NFC west division champ might be 5-11 team.
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    Re: If Kurt Warner Retires...

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelTorch
    Quote Originally Posted by papillon
    I hope that doesn't happen I like Whisenhunt and hope he's successful. Larry Fitz is a class act, Whiz and Grimm served the Steelers well. I'd hate to see him crash and burn.

    Pappy
    I'm definitely not a hater of Whiz, but I'm not really a fan either. He lost points in my book when he shook every Steeler's hand except Ben's in our first matchup. The second time I lost some respect for him was when he made Superbowl 43 all about himself - it was all about his agenda and "proving" to the Steelers that they should have went with him as their HC. It came across as selfish, and I didn't like that.
    If he didn't shake Ben's hand it's because Ben didn't cosign for him as the HC....

    Whiz looks just like Cowher anyway.. that was weird in itself.

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    Re: If Kurt Warner Retires...

    Matt Leinart's solution to becoming a better NFL QB this past offseason = train in mixed martial arts.
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