IRON CHEF wrote:If he could decrease the interceptions I think he could be a top notch guy.
This is what I want to see happen with him this year. I used him as my starter from week three on (having Aaron Brooks was not as good as I had hoped). He just looked lost at times last yearand heaved it to a spot hoping someone would catch it. Normally, it was the other team.
Hopefully he becomes more "matured" as a passer this year and really tries not to force anything. A healthy Marshall Faulk can go a long way to doing that. The Rams thrived on 5 yard dump-offs to Faulk a few years ago, and that's one of the reasons Warner had such a high passer rating.
Their offense will be strong once again, so he will easily duplicate last year's numbers and maybe do a little better. He's surely someone's starting QB in pretty much every league next year.