Voters seem to be on the fence about whether Kurt Warner belongs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
So the former quarterback who once led the Rams’ Greatest Show on Turf offense tweeted a not-so-subtle promotion for himself Monday afternoon.
And Warner may not have needed his self-promotion, because he has a very good chance of entering this year.
Warner is certainly one of the greatest rags-to-riches stories in sports history. He went from stocking grocery store shelves in his mid-20s to quarterbacking the Rams to a Super Bowl win over the Titans following the 1999 season.
Kubiak spent nine years as a backup quarterback to Broncos Hall of Famer and current general manager John Elway. He then spent 23 years coaching in the NFL, including eight seasons as the Texans coach and two years back in Denver. He led the Broncos to a Super Bowl championship last season, despite lackluster quarterback play from Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler.
Kubiak, a former quarterback, knows quarterbacks, Miller wrote. He knew he had to bench Peyton Manning for Brock Osweiler during the regular season a year ago in order to get Peyton fully healthy for the playoffs. And he knew when to insert Peyton back into the lineup. It all worked because Kubiak always has a plan. Hes not the sort of man who throws something against the wall and waits to see what the outcome will be. He always forecasted his moves and knew exactly what he wanted to happen.
Miller said Kubiak is a players’ coach who always treated his players with respect. But he understands Kubiak’s reasons for putting his health ahead of his career and will keep doing his work.
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Game Kids Dion Bailey Jersey Its understandable that he would walk away from the game the moment he felt he couldnt put 100% effort into preparation, Miller wrote. For him, coaching is an all-or-nothing deal, and hed rather walk away than offer less than his best.