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The Arizona Cardinals are going to the Super Bowl. I never thought I would live long enough to see that happen. Larry Fitzgerald is getting alot of credit today and deservedly so, but lets not forget Warner. The man has now taken two basically terrible franchises to The Super Bowl. What have The Rams accomplished since he left? nothing. The guy is the template for what a franchise QB is supposed to embody. His charitable works are selfless, he leads a clean, trouble free life off the field. Mutiple MVP awards and a Super Bowl title were not enough for The Rams. Sure he went through a rough patch injuries, turnovers and his wife calling in radio talk shows. Yet through all of it he remained a class act. Today the Rams are an aging and slow offensive football team (not a good mix) that plays no defense. Today Kurt Warner is back at the Super Bowl leading  an upstart Cardinals team. I won't lie I thought Philly's defense was going to eat him alive force him to make mistakes and that be would be that. Instead he hung tough made the throws he had to make and led his teammates with the quiet dignity that has become his hallmark. Never once has there been an I told you so moment or gesture from Warner. In my memory I've never seen a guy lead his receiver on their routes better than Warner, they are always able to turn every catch up the field for extra yardage. It is the little things that have made Warner great but there nothing little about his heart which is that of a champion. 

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