Who was the Cardinals quarterback in 2005?

Who was the Cardinals quarterback in 2005?

Kurt Warner

Pos Player Summary of Player Stats
Offensive Starters
QB Kurt Warner 242 for 375, 2,713 yards, 11 td, 9 int, & 13 rushes for 28 yards and 0 td
RB Marcel Shipp 157 rushes for 451 yards, 0 td, & 35 catches for 255 yards and 0 td
WR Anquan Boldin 102 catches for 1,402 yards, 7 td, & 12 rushes for 45 yards and 0 td

Where did the Arizona Cardinals play in 2005?

Sun Devil Stadium
The 2005 season was the Arizona Cardinals’ 86th in the National Football League, their 107th overall and their 18th in Arizona….

2005 Arizona Cardinals season
Home field Sun Devil Stadium
Record 5–11
Division place 3rd NFC West

Who was Arizona’s QB before Kyler Murray?

Paul Christman
Team career passing records

Name Completions QB Rating
Kurt Warner 1,371 91.9
Charley Johnson 1,030 69.6
Paul Christman 453 55.5
Kyler Murray 1,057 93.9

Who were Arizona Cardinals quarterbacks?

Kyler Murray
Trace McSorleyColt McCoyJarrett Guarantano
Arizona Cardinals/Quarterbacks

Who was the Cardinals QB in 2016?

Carson Palmer

Season Regular season
Chicago Cardinals 1920–1959
2016 Carson Palmer (15) / Drew Stanton (1)
2017 Carson Palmer (7) / Blaine Gabbert (5) / Drew Stanton (4)
2018 Josh Rosen (13) / Sam Bradford (3)

Did Kurt Warner win a Superbowl with the Arizona Cardinals?

Born in Burlington, Kurt Warner won Super Bowl XXXIV as the quarterback for the St. Louis Rams. The Cedar Rapids Regis and Northern Iowa product led the Arizona Cardinals to Super Bowl XLIII. Warner will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday, Aug.

Who is the best RB in NFL history?

Walter Payton Nicknamed “Sweetness,” Walter Payton is widely considered the greatest all-around running back of all time. He rushed for 16,726 yards which was an NFL record until 2002 when Emmitt Smith passed him. He’s also fourth all-time with 110 rushing TDs.

What is wrong with Arizona quarterback?

Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray says he’s ‘pretty close’ to returning from ankle injury. TEMPE, Ariz. — Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is hopeful he’ll be ready to play Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks, more than three weeks after spraining his left ankle.