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Who is your #1 Arizona Cardinal QB of all time?
So im deciding to make tons of lists from baseball to football to basketball to hockey. And i think the perfect name for this little daily thing is simply the Daily Sports List by John Delesio. So my first list ever is gonna focus on the history of Arizona Cardinal Qbs. So here are my candidates for this topic. Now you give your opinion by numbering them or you can give me other choices.
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Your list:
List choices:
  • Charley Johnson
  • Jake Plummer
  • Jim Hart
  • Kurt Warner
  • Neil Lomax


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#1 | 1522 days ago

(Edited by BaseCoach)
tough one.
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#2 | 1522 days ago

warner, hart, lommax,plummer, johnson
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#3 | 1522 days ago
Nawlins4lyfe (+)

I had to go with Warner and Plummer, I don't know the other two.
#4 | 1487 days ago

 But let's be real...Warner had Fitzgerald and Bolden, while Lomax just had Roy "Jet Stream" Green :)
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#5 | 1453 days ago

Jim Hart, hands down.
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#6 | 1365 days ago

Kurt Warner, the only QB who could bring them a successful run
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#7 | 1248 days ago

Warner for the Super Bowl run, but Jim Hart, Lomax and Johnson..all superior to Plummer
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#8 | 1236 days ago

It definitely isn't derek anderson
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#9 | 1233 days ago

I like Warner, but qb Jim Hart was very underrated
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#10 | 1185 days ago

Hart, Warner, crap shoot....wheres Leinart and Lorenzen?
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#11 | 1185 days ago

...Derek Anderson...hahaa
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#12 | 1113 days ago
BDV4U (+)

Jim was the man in St. Louis! It's just too bad the defense wasn't strong enough to take them over the top in a tough NFC in the 70s. With Diedorf & Dobbler up front. Mel Gray as their wide-out. Even Bidwell couldn't screw up Air Coryell's offense!
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#13 | 1113 days ago

derms33 wrote:
...Derek Anderson...hahaa
LOL
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#14 | 913 days ago

You have to go back very far to find a championship quarterback for Chicago/St.Louis/Phoenix/Arizona, and I actually decided to research some names, and right now, Paddy Driscoll in the bygone era might be the best.
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#15 | 54 days ago

BDV4U wrote:
Jim was the man in St. Louis! It's just too bad the defense wasn't strong enough to take them over the top in a tough NFC in the 70s. With Diedorf & Dobbler up front. Mel Gray as their wide-out. Even Bidwell couldn't screw up Air Coryell's offense!
Dont forget about Terry Metcalf,
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