Kurt Warner Leads MVP Race

Kurt Warner
December 15, 2008

Kurt Warner

Two-time NFL MVP and Super Bowl Champion

Kurt Warner from the Arizona Cardinals is the NFL’s leading MVP candidate, according to a recent ESPN poll of leading NFL bloggers.  Warner is perhaps this year’s surprise story, as he was initially supposed to spend this season as backup for the Cardinal’s starting quarterback Matt Leinart. On August 30, however, the Cardinal’s announced that Warner would be replacing Leinart as starter, and in the first 10 games of the season Warner has 20 touchdowns, more than 3,000 passing yards and a completion percentage of more than 70 percent. In the three months since taking the team’s top spot, Warner has led the Cardinals to their first division title since 1975.

Eli Manning, Drew Brees, Adrian Peterson and Michael Turner rounded out the rest of the poll’s top five.

During the off-season, Warner, who was the Super Bowl MVP in 2000, speaks with groups about his Christian faith and his drive for excellence. For information on booking Kurt Warner, visit www.premierespeaker.com/kurt_warner.

 

 

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