Stats & Bio

 
 
Kurt Warner  #13  QB Retired
CAREER QUICK STATS
RAT COMP% YDS TD INT
93.7 65.5% 32,344 208 128
Career Season Stats
YEARTEAM G CMP ATT PCT YDS AVG LNG TD INT RAT
2009ARI 15 339 513 66.1 3753 7.3 45 26 14 93.2
2008ARI16 401 598 67.1 4583 7.7 79 30 14 96.9
2007ARI14 281 451 62.3 3417 7.6 62 27 17 89.8
2006ARI6 108 168 64.3 1377 8.2 64 6 5 89.3
2005ARI10 242 375 64.5 2713 7.2 63 11 9 85.8
2004NYG10 174 277 62.8 2054 7.4 62 6 4 86.5
2003STL2 38 65 58.5 365 5.6 37 1 1 72.9
2002STL7 144 220 65.5 1431 6.5 43 3 11 67.4
2001STL16 375 546 68.7 4830 8.8 65 36 22 101.4
2000STL11 235 347 67.7 3429 9.9 85 21 18 98.3
1999STL16 325 499 65.1 4353 8.7 75 41 13 109.2
1998STL1 4 11 36.4 39 3.5 21 0 0 47.2
Career 124 2666 4070 65.5 32344 7.9 85 208 128 93.7
Career Playoff Stats
YEARTEAM G CMP ATT PCT YDS AVG LNG TD INT RAT
2009 ARI 2 46 59 77.9 584 9.9 33 5 1 129.1
2008 ARI 4 92 135 68.1 1147 8.5 71 9 3 107.2
2001 STL 3 68 107 63.5 793 7.4 50 4 3 86.7
2000 STL 1 24 40 60.0 365 9.1 38 3 3 83.9
1999 STL 3 77 121 63.6 1063 8.8 77 7 4 97.2
Playofffs 13 302 462 66.5 3952 8.6 77 31 14 102.8

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).

• 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.

• 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.

• In his 114th career game (10/18/09 at Seattle), reached 30,000 career passing yards tying Dan Marino as the fastest player in NFL history to reach 30,000 passing yards. Was the second fastest QB (76th 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).

 
 

Multimedia

 
 
 
 

Football Press

 

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The Greatest Showman on Turf

 

Warner retires after 12 years

 

Warner, 2 time NFL MVP, hangs up jersey

 

Hailing Warner’s Unique Story

 

Warner announces retirement from Arizona Cardinals

 

Warner Writes His own Ending

 
 
 
 
 
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