Warner gets 30,000 career passing yards

Posted by Darren Urban on October 18, 2009 – 3:06 pm

With that touchdown pass Kurt Warner threw to Steve Breaston for 16 yards, Warner has reached exactly 30,000 career passing yards for his career — tying Dan Marino of the Dolphins for fastest QB ever to reach that milestone, in 114 career games. They top Peyton Manning, who needed 115 games to get there.

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9 Responses to “Warner gets 30,000 career passing yards”

  1. By William on Oct 18, 2009 | Reply

    I think now Kurt’s a shoe-in for the HoF.

  2. By Patrick on Oct 18, 2009 | Reply

    Kurt throws the high ball and back shoulder better than anyone.

    Too bad Levi is struggling. He made a dumb mistake letting Kerney get the outside on him on the one sack by simply looking to block inside when Kerney was outside and Levi had no help. Just dumb…wonder if Jeremy Bridges might get a chance. Love Levi…but he is not performing and Whiz usually isn’t afraid to make a change…its time imho.

    Whadaya think Urb?

  3. By darrenurban on Oct 18, 2009 | Reply

    Patrick —

    I think it’s unlikley Whiz will make a change in the middle of a two-game winning streak.

  4. By hhill on Oct 18, 2009 | Reply


  5. By Eazy E on Oct 19, 2009 | Reply

    Kurt is definately a HOF! His records he’s achieved has been at lightning speed. Levi can’t have those mental lapses. He got Osi and Tuck next week. He’s gotta play consistent week in and week out, he went #5 in the draft, they expect you to be a franchise tackle or at least a consistently solid player.

  6. By Patrick on Oct 19, 2009 | Reply

    Hey Urb – one more thought: I keep recalling Whiz’s words, that he’d prefer to make corrections and fix problems after wins than losses – possible that the time to make a change at RT is when the rest of team is positive…I don’t’ expect it to come, just wanted to raise the issue as he’s the weakest link sadly… it was Sendlein, but he seems to have stepped up play, no?

  7. By darrenurban on Oct 19, 2009 | Reply

    Patrick —

    I think my thoughts on Levi continue to be what they have been — I would expect the coaches to play whomever they think is the best player there. If he is better than Brandon Keith or Herman Johnson, he’s got to play.

  8. By Patrick on Oct 19, 2009 | Reply

    One more shot at this – I like Bridges and Wells side by side and believe that combination could be better than any right now with Levi…just an opinion. Maybe you can pass that along to the coach Urb.

  9. By hdmi cable on Oct 20, 2009 | Reply

    first off ive been a cards fan since 88 so band wagon jumper crap can leave and plus dont player hate just cause u know now that the cards are hitting on all cylinders now so get over it

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