Warner climbs to 4th as Cards’ passer

Posted by Darren Urban on December 6, 2009 – 7:36 pm

That 39-yard touchdown pass from Kurt Warner to Anquan Boldin pushes Warner to fourth (past Charley Johnson) on the list for most passing yards in franchise history. Jim Hart is No. 1, followed by Neil Lomax and Jake Plummer. Warner, in his fifth season as a Card, has 14,936 yards as of right this moment, six minutes left in the second quarter.

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3 Responses to “Warner climbs to 4th as Cards’ passer”

  1. By William on Dec 6, 2009 | Reply

    21-10 at the half, we’re up! Going 100000 times better than I expected! Go Cards!

  2. By Ottis Anderson Fan on Dec 6, 2009 | Reply

    Jim Hart and Neil Lomax — oh those were the days! I think I’m going to like the Whisenhunt era better when it’s all said and done. The Cards got the right man when they hired Ken. It’s only going to get better. 8-4 for the first time since 1976 if I’m correct. 🙂

    Speaking of history, we might want to wait a while before breaking out the retro uniforms, but I hope we do at some time!

  3. By Cardfansince1975 on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    Growing up in NJ routing for Jim Hart, Roy Green, Terry Metcalf etc., people thought I was crazy. And I’ve suffered along with other card fans but redemption is here my friends. Congrats to Kurt and let’s hope we make it to the final dance again!

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