“Walking in on son doing homework - saw an article on Tom Brady on the computer: 

Me: what? You doing a project on Tom Brady?

Him: no, writing a paper on “best QB of all time” !!!!

#iGetIt #butShotToTheHeart #inMyOwnHome” ~ Kurt Warner 

Tom Brady & Ben Roethlisberger are the NFL's top 2 in passing yardage this season. The last time two QBs met this late in a regular season while ranked 1st and 2nd in passing yards? 

Peyton Manning vs Kurt Warner in Week 16, 2001!

Kurt Warner speaks on his disappointment with the New York Giants decision to bench QB Eli Manning in favor of backups Geno Smith and Davis Webb, and what he thinks it means on a greater scale for the entire Giants organization.

WHOA. Warner has weighed in...

What do you think?
NFL Network's resident Hall of Famers, Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin and Kurt Warner, recant the best play they made in their respective playing careers.

Living Legends.
Kurt Warner talks about what he's found most impressive about Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson's performance in his rookie season after he just broke his own record for TD's in his first seven games.

A legend in the making?
harizardc just scored 513 points in Frankfurter Fling 2!
A breakdown of the career path of Kurt Warner and how he has earned his rightful place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame! 
What a pro!
Check out the best moments from Kurt Warner's Hall of Fame enshrinement speech. 
Probably our allergies are bothering us... or, OKAY! Yes, those are tears of pride! 
Way to go, Kurt!
Poll: Who is your favorite 2017 Hall of Fame inductee?
Who is your favorite 2017 Hall of Fame inductee?

A) Morten Anderson

B) Terrell Davis

C) Kenny Easley

D) Jerry Jones

E) Jason Taylor

F) LaDainian Tomlinson

G) Kurt Warner
Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Kurt Warner recollects stocking cereal boxes with Dan Marino on the cover, which he used as motivation.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but this inspiring tale takes that advice to a whole new level!

"He really taught me how to be a professional, how to conduct myself as a man." Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald speaking about his former QB and Hall of Fame inductee, Kurt Warner

Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner pays a visit to his old team and sits down with Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson to discuss setting goals, pursuing dreams, and what it takes to become a Hall of Fame player.
Who wouldn't love some advice from Kurt Warner? What advice would you ask him for if you could? Tell us in the comments!
Hey guys! Kupadonte wanted me to do the top 10 Super Bowl games of all time, so here we go! If you want a shout out like Kuapdonte, make sure to comment an idea of something I should write about in a future article. Thanks and on to the Top 10 Super Bowl games of all time!

10. Super Bowl XXXIV
St. Louis Rams 23, Tennessee Titans 16
MVP: Kurt Warner
With 6 seconds left in the ballgame, Titans QB Steve McNair passed to WR Kevin Dyson at the 5 yard line and scrambled to the end zone, only to be stopped 1 yard shy of the goal line.

9. Super Bowl XXIII
San Francisco 49ers 20, Cincinnati Bengals 16
MVP: Jerry Rice
The Comeback Kid led the 49ers down the field (they started with the ball at their own 8 yard line) and passed the game winning TD pass to WR John Taylor.

8. Super Bowl XLIV
New Orleans Saints 31, Indianapolis Colts 17
MVP: Drew Brees
The Saints go their first Super Bowl victory with a win over Peyton Manning and the Colts with help by an onside kick at the start of the 2nd half.

7. Super Bowl III
New York Jets 16, Baltimore Colts 7 MVP: Joe Namath
Broadway Joe guaranteed the Jets (who were big underdogs) would win the game. After the AFC lost the first 2 Super Bowls, (to the Packers) they finally won against the Colts, who are now in the AFC.

6. Super Bowl XLVII

Baltimore Ravens 34, San Francisco 49ers 31
MVP: Joe Flacco
The power went out in the Superdome when the Ravens were leading the 49ers 28-6. The 49ers came back though and could've won the game, but on 4th and goal they did not convert.

5. Super Bowl XXV
New York Giants 20, Buffalo Bills 19
MVP: Ottis Anderson
The Buffalo Bills 4 game losing streak started here. Kicker Scott Norwood missed a 47 yard field goal that was wide right. The Bills also lost all 4 of those games to the NFC East, twice to Dallas, and once to Washington and the Giants.

4. Super Bowl XLIX
New England Patriots 28, Seattle Seahawks 24
MVP: Tom Brady
Last season's Super Bowl was great, and if it wasn't for Patriots (undrafted) rookie CB Malcolm Butler, the Seahawks would've walked away with their 2nd straight Super Bowl title. I still can't get over the fact that they decided to pass the ball!

3. Super Bowl X
Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Dallas Cowboys 17
MVP: Lynn Swann
Lynn Swann only had 4 catches (including the 64 yard TD pass from QB Terry Bradshaw) for 161 yards. The Cowboys could've won, but Glen Edwards intercepted the ball in the end zone.

2. Super Bowl XLII
New York Giants 17, New England Patriots 14
MVP: Eli Manning
In the first Super Bowl matchup between these two teams, The Giants, (who started 0-2 on the season) knocked off the Patriots (something that didn't happen all year) and ended their hopes of an undefeated season. Oh yeah, and Eli Manning escaped a sack to pass to WR David Tyree as he made (one of) the greatest catch(es) in NFL History.

1. Super Bowl XLIII
Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Arizona Cardinals 23
MVP: Santonio Holmes
I think that this was the greatest Super Bowl ever played. The Steelers had a 100 yard pick 6 returned by James Harrison and a remarkable TD catch by WR Santonio Holmes with only 35 seconds left on the clock.

Thank you for reading this article! Kupadonte gave me the idea of writing it and if you want to get a shout out like Kupadonte did, please leave a comment with an idea for a future article. I hope you enjoyed this article and I also appreciate your feedback. Thanks!

-Kid Reporter Roger

Poll: Who will win TNF? Vote Now!
This week's edition of Thursday Night football is a battle between the Minnesota Vikings and the Arizona Cardinals. 

The Minnesota Vikings are currently 2nd in the NFC North with an 8-4 record and the Arizona Cardinals have an awesome 10-2 record, ranking 1st in the NFC West. Will the Cardinals shut down the Vikings and get the last chirp?

Some things to consider:
1. Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer leads the NFL with a touchdown pass every 14.4 attempts. He also has 29 touchdown passes and only needs two to pass Kurt Warner for the most in a season (in franchise history).

2. Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson leads the league with 1,182 rushing yards and has five games just this season with at least 125 rushing yards. Overall, he's had 30 career games with at least 125 rushing yards.

Will this game be a close one? Make sure to tune in at 8:25pm EST on NFLN and catch all of the action.

While you're at it, don't forget to set your fantasy line up. And definitely make sure your pick 'em picks are set, too. Game on!

Kurt Warner reveals his top 5 quarterback performances from Week 5, including a surprise appearance by Josh McCown. The question is... who will be the best of Week 6?
NFL Media's Kurt Warner caught up with Arizona Cardinals team president Michael Bidwill to discuss the team's use of virtual reality systems.
NFL Media's Mike Mayock and Kurt Warner analyze Florida St. University quarterback Jameis Winston's pro day performance and how he'll transition into the NFL.

Arriving in Phoenix was incredible!

You can feel the Super Bowl energy. Walking into my hotel you can see legendary players such as LaVar Arrington and Terrell Davis hanging out in the lobby. I met Mike Golic and Mike Greenberg with their guest Charles Barkley on ESPN Mike & Mike show.

I didn't think this could get any better until I walked into Media Day at the US Airways Center, where I was able to ask questions to players and coaches from the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks.

Patriots Tom Brady complimented my hair and I asked Russell Wilson advice for kids, which was to have a great purpose in life and surround yourself with good people. I was able to get up close and personal with Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin who had some great advice for kids who play football. "Tell yourself I am big enough, I am strong enough, I am fast enough!" Great advice!

As I walk through the floor, I was interviewed by LaVar Arrington and I was up on the big screen in the center. I also got to catch up with Brett Keisel who interviewed me for Head and Shoulders and introduced me as Troy Polamalu.

I also spoke to Kurt Warner from the NFL Network and Chris Berman from ESPN. I was also able to meet different types of stars such as Pick Boy and Barrel Boy.

Journalists wanted to interview me and I received many congratulations. My day ended with watching the NFL Play 60 Flag Football Championship and participating in a lot of the NFL Experience activities. What a great start to my amazing role!

NFL Media's Kurt Warner breaks down the Super Bowl quarterback matchup between Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
NFL Media's Kurt Warner reveals his top five quarterbacks from Week 8.
NFL Media's Kurt Warner makes his picks for the top 5 quarterback performances from Week 4, and explains why some "honorable mentions" didn't make the cut.
NFL Media's Kurt Warner ranks his top quarterback performances from Week 3. Did your QB make the top 5?
The battle between the American Football Conference and the National Football Conference will continue this year but the NFC seems like it has stronger teams. The AFC has a few teams that always play well, like the Patriots and Broncos, but if Tom Brady or Peyton Manning get injured, I don't know if they can still win the tough games. The NFC seems to have multiple teams that can win on any given Sunday. The 49ers, Seahawks, Saints, and Packers have shown that they continue to be winning teams throughout the preseason. The 49ers defensive line continues to be outstanding, and Colin Kaepernick has had limited playing time in preseason but still played well when he was on the field. Drew Brees and Jimmy Graham will make a great combination for the Saints, and the Seahawks will overpower and run over other teams. The Seahawks entire team should be mentioned because it seems that both offense and defense are completely dominating. I had hoped that the Rams would have a big season this year but Sam Bradford is out for the season and it is hard to lose your starting quarterback and have a great season. We need another Kurt Warner like season.

The Cleveland Browns drafted QB Johnny Manziel to be the the face of their franchise.  Does that mean he needs to start right away?

Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon and NFL Network's own Kurt Warner break down what they think Johnny Manziel must do to earn the Browns starting job.

Join the conversation. Post a comment right away!

Despite phenomenal 2013 campaigns, did Andrew Luck and Cam Newton deserve their rankings as the 6th and 7th best quarterbacks in the NFL?

Former NFL MVP Kurt Warner thinks they are ranked too high.

Do you agree of disagree? Post a comment and let us know where you'd rank both.

Poll. Who was the best undrafted NFL player?

Your friends are choosing sides for some playground football. What's worse than being picked last?

How about not being picked at all?  


That's what just happened to the hundreds of college players who were not picked in last week's NFL Draft. Sure it's discouraging but most are not giving up.  They are working hard to join NFL teams as undrafted free agents.

So if you're picked last, or not at all, don't get down!  Check out these guys who were not picked at all in the NFL draft but went on to become stars! 

Tony Romo, QB –  Dallas Cowboys (2003)

NO ONE picked the current starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys! That's amazing. Romo has shown he belongs and then some, leading the Cowboys to playoff appearances in 2006, 2007 and 2009. So far in his career, Romo has completed 2,439 passes for 29,565 yards, with 208 touchdowns!


Antonio Gates, TE –  San Diego Chargers (2003)

Gates is an eight-time Pro Bowler and five-time All-Pro who was named to the NFL 2000s All-Decade Team. He was also awarded the NFL Alumni's Tight End of the Year Award in 2005.


Wes Welker, WR – Miami Dolphins (2004)

Welker is a five-time Pro Bowler, two-time first-team All-Pro and led the NFL in receptions three times.  He currently has 949 career receptions for 9,358 and 48 TDs.


Kurt Warner, QB – Green Bay Packers (1994)

Warner was a four-time Pro Bowler, was named an All-Pro twice, was NFL MVP twice and Super Bowl MVP once. He also holds the top three Super Bowl passing records.  When he finally got his phone call from the Rams, he was stocking shelves in a grocery. Never give up on your dreams!


Josh Cribbs, WR/KR - Cleveland Browns (2005)

During his eight NFL seasons, Cribbs returned 387 career kickoffs for 10,015 yards and eight touchdowns. He also ran back 195 punt returns for 2,154 yards and three scores. He was named to three Pro Bowls and ranks sixth overall in league history in return yardage.


Jeff Garcia, QB – San Francisco 49ers (1999)

After spending a year in Canada, Garcia became the San Francisco 49ers starting quarterback. He then went on to make four Pro Bowl appearances in 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2007—the first three with the 49ers and the final one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.


Priest Holmes, RB – Baltimore Ravens  (1997)

After leaving the Ravens to join the Chiefs, Priest Homes became a superstar. He ended his career as the Chiefs all-time leader in rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns. He is also a three-time Pro Bowler, a three-time All-Pro and was named NFL Offensive Player of the Year in 2002.