PFTV looks at whether it's time for Warner to retire

One of the hot topics in the NFL that will get considerably hotter once the Cardinals’ playoff run ends relates to the ongoing status of quarterback Kurt Warner.

Last week, a report emerged that Warner will retire after the 2009 season, unless of course he doesn’t.

The real question is should he?  PFTV explores.

10 responses to “PFTV looks at whether it's time for Warner to retire

  1. throwing 5 TD’s in the PLAYOFFS against the #1 D in the NFL at age 38, a year after a SUPERBOWL apperance, why the hell would you EVER retire

  2. Next year he’ll have Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Breaston, Early Doucet, and maybe even Anquan Boldin to throw to. He’ll have Beanie Wells and Tim Hightower to hand off to.
    He won’t retire.

  3. I think the Slackers would agree that the old geezer has a game or two left in his tank.

  4. I agree with this piece. Warner deserves to go to the Hall of Fame. When he is on, he is unstoppable. He might retire after this year.
    Kurt Warner is currently 9-3 in playoff games. That’s outstanding, especially because two of the losses were in the Super Bowl.

  5. He should keep playing…especially after he (hopefully) kicks Favre’s butt in the NFC Champ. Game and proves that all the regular season stats mean squat because Warner is head and shoulder’s above Favre as a play-off QB.

  6. He should keep playing as long as he is having fun and feels he can do it safely.
    Money shouldn’t matter at this point.
    Bottomline Kurt,
    Ask god like Dungy and the people under rubble in Haiti, I’m sure god will answer you both…
    lmao

  7. hang’em up Kurt.
    Better to go out on top than be forced out from the bottom. There is no big offense in the NFC West that Warner needs to compete against, but the defenses in that division are getting better. The Niners abused him and he got injured against the Rams.
    You had a great career Kurt, enjoy your healthy retirement.

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