Found October 31, 2012 on Fox Sports Arizona:
Kurt Warner, NFL Network analyst and former Cardinals quarterback, joins Matt this week to discuss the halfway point in the NFL season. They talk about the Cardinals' recent struggles and their quarterback situation, if replacing Michael Vick is a good idea, and why playing quarterback is the toughest position in sports. Plus, he comments on why he still has an urge to play and his thoughts on the importance of making it into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Among his observations: -- On the Arizona Cardinals: "It looks like this team is going to go as their defense goes." -- On the idea of Nick Foles replacing Michael Vick in Philadelphia: "I love what Nick Foles did in preseason, he looked very comfortable. Actually looked better to me than what I saw in film from when he was at Arizona." -- On the importance of making it into Canton: "I understand the arguments for and against me for the Hall of Fame, so it's just not something that my life or my career is going to hinge on." 110 Sports Podcast is being powered by NOVA Financial Services; find out more information at investwithnova.com. View podcast archives
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