- 12/12/2013, 03:13PM ET
HighwayCrossingFrog said 12/12, 03:13 PM
I will argue yes, (cause I have a lot of ammo:)..
Kurt Warner WAS a journeyman/Dwayne dweebly..
Whilst I do admit he might be the greatest journeyman of all time..
He did very little in college..
Then he became a freakin bag boy at a grocery store in freakin Idaho, making $5.50 an hour..
Then he worked in the loser leagues in Europe and indoor arenas..
While he got to 2 SBs with the rams..
He would later get dumped by his team for suspect Marc freakin bugler..
He would then go to the G-men, and get dumped after just 5 games..
He then didn't do much for a couple years, in typical Dwayne dweebly fashion..
Before having a Dwayne dweebly 9-7 regular season, which somehow took him to the Super Bowl..
Yes, getting to 3 SBs is fantastic..
But this guy had the ULTIMATE up and down career..
I can see this TD going either way..
Cause 3 SBs is quite successful for a journeyman..
Kurt had sooooooo many years of obscurity..
Not just at the beginning, but in the middle too..
Those are elements of a Dwayne dweebly..
Plus his wife was sooo weird, it just added to his Dwayne dweebly legacy..
Skeeter666 said 12/12, 09:56 PM
I agree on some of the things you say and some you don't. I agree that the gman thing wasn't good. But he brought the things to the giants to make Eli successful two Super Bowls in Eli career so far. Europe league got him comfortable when he came in the league and establish himself as a player.
How many other nfl players went to a Super Bowl that was a bag boy. Not many in this day in age. For three seasons from 99 to 01 he had 98 tds combined. Pretty good for a prior bag boy. Plus let's look at this way....
The rams last time they were good was when he was with the rams even though he proven more with the team then have number 1 with Bradford. Look what he did for Arizona he made them a team who came after him there Derek Anderson. John Skelton and Ryan lindley after that.
Yes his wife was odd....he was a journeyman who brought Super Bowls to teams who never got back there with out him. A future hof...the true underdog... A great person a great Qb. People love the underdog.
HighwayCrossingFrog said 12/13, 07:44 PM
If you look up the word journeyman in the dictionary you will see a picture of Kurt Warner..
Elite QBs just don't get dumped by 2 teams in their prime..
Elite QBs don't just have 4 great years and a bunch of lousy ones..
Kurt Warner's story is very inspiring..
But he just reeked of inconsistency..
He has a lot of elements of a journeyman.. You can not debate this..
Kurt will be remembered for his flashes of brilliance..
But he will also be remembered for his inconsitancies
Skeeter666 said 12/13, 11:35 PM
32,000 passing yards 2 mvps 1 Super bowl mvp 93.7 passer rating future hall of gamer. Enough said for what he is going to be remembered for
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