by JJ Cameron

That didn’t take long. The Arizona brass must’ve had its eyes clued to The Files. Less than 24 hours after our post notifying fantasy players about the unclear quarterback situation in the dessert, Kurt Warner was resigned for three years.

While his age and mobility may be detriments to actually winning football games, Warner should come through with solid numbers. Expect the Cardinals to fall behind in many contests, thereby throwing the ball 85 times in the second half alone just to make the game competitive.

Here’s a quick draft tip, though: if you’re considering Warner in later rounds, see if you can avoid including his annoying wife in the deal.



Pingback by Fantasy Football Files » Blog Archive » COLTS TO KEEP WAYNE, TAKE EDGE OFF OFFENSE?

February 17, 2006 @ 10:47 am

[…] The Edge will be a hot free agent commodity if he leaves Indy. Rumors have him landing in Arizona, which just shelled out big bucks to keep Kurt Warner and badly needs a running back to improve its pathetic ground game. Warner may have been the moribund franchise’s biggest signing since Rod Tidwell, and if they want to build a contender in the Valley of the Sun, they may be willing to show James the money. […]


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February 22, 2006 @ 3:53 pm

[…] Harrington is 18-37 as a starter. While Martz may have won a Super Bowl with the Rams in 1999, turning Kurt Warner into an MVP in the process, he’s still an arrogant jerk. And wasn’t Steve Mariucci brought in to rescue Harrington already? That sure went well. […]


Pingback by Fantasy Football Files » Blog Archive » King for a Day or a Season? Detroit Signs Backup QB

March 3, 2006 @ 3:00 pm

[…] We’ll let you mull that question over as we expound on the final piece of news. After being released by the Arizona Cardinals in 2004 - always a winning sign - King was out of football for a year. Nevertheless, Detroit signed him to a one-year contract and Lions Chief Operating Officer Tom Lewand said:”It’s an opportunity for him to come in and compete. We’ll see where it goes. It provides depth and competition to the position.” […]


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March 12, 2006 @ 2:59 pm

[…] - Is there a more offensively loaded team than the Cardinals? What does this mean for the apocalypse? Kurt Warner can now hand the ball to James or throw it to a pair of All-Pro wide receivers: Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald? […]

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