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Though most of the best quarterbacks in Cardinals history were featured above, there are a few more players who left an indelible mark on team history but didn’t quite make the top five.

John “Paddy” Driscoll (1920–25)
John “Paddy” Driscoll holds the distinction of being the first-ever first-team All-Pro quarterback in NFL history after he helped the Cardinals to a fourth-place finish in the 1920 league standings. He also helped the team reach the Wholesale Arizona Cardinals Jerseys controversial 1925 NFL championship and was considered one of the best all-around football players of the 1920s. He was inducted into the Cheap Brett Hundley Jersey Hall of Fame in 1965, and he was named to the NFL’s 1920s All-Decade Team.

Charley Johnson (1961–69)
When Charley Johnson left the Cardinals for the Oilers in 1969, he was the all-time franchise leader in all passing categories. After eight seasons Cheap Kyler Murray Jersey with the Cardinals, he had completed 1,030 of 2,047 passes for 14,928 yards and 108 touchdowns, while also making the 1963 Pro Bowl. In 1964, he led the NFL in passing yards (3,045), but also interceptions thrown (24). He twice threw for six touchdowns in a game, tying the single-game franchise record in both the 1965 and ’69 seasons.

Paul Christman (1945–49)
The quarterback for the 1947 NFL champions, Paul Christman provided the Cardinals a solid option at quarterback for five seasons. He completed 453 of 1,014 passes for 6,749 yards and 51 touchdowns for a team that primarily moved the ball on the ground. Christman completed a pass of at least 70 yards in all but one season in Chicago.

Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray throws a pass against the Falcons during a game at State Farm Stadium. He was named the NFL’s 2019 Offensive Rookie of the Year after breaking numerous Cheap Carson Palmer Jersey franchise rookie records.
Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray throws a pass against the Falcons during a game at State Farm Stadium. He was named the NFL’s 2019 Cheap Paul Christman Jersey Offensive Rookie of the Year after breaking numerous franchise rookie records.

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Cardinals Quarterback History and Trivia
There have been 61 quarterbacks to start a game for the Cardinals since Paul Christman led the franchise to the 1947 NFL championship. A quarterback has started every game of the season in just 20 of the 72 seasons since that title. Cheap Charley Johnson Jersey Only Jim Hart, Neil Lomax and Jake Plummer have started every game of back-to-back seasons since Christman did it in 1946 and ’47.

In 2019, Kyler Murray accomplished a first for a Cardinals quarterback by winning NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year honors. He was the No. 1 selection in the 2019 NFL Draft, and he delivered a season that gave fans a lot of hope for the future. Murray was the first rookie in team history to start all 16 games, and he set franchise rookie records in numerous categories—including passing yards Cheap Neil Lomax Jersey (3,772), touchdowns (20), completions (349), attempts (542) and completion percentage (64.4). He also Cheap Jake Plummer Jersey added 544 rushing yards, the most ever in a season for an Arizona quarterback.

What follows are a handful of facts and trivia about Cardinals quarterbacks, a look at the franchise passing records and a list of every quarterback for the team since its 1947 championship.

Who is the current starting quarterback for the Cardinals?
Kyler Murray will enter his second season as the starting quarterback for Arizona in 2020. Brett Hundley, who was the Cheap Jim Hardy Jersey backup in 2019, is currently a free agent.

Who was the first quarterback for the Cardinals?
When the NFL was created in 1920, John “Paddy” Driscoll was the quarterback for the Cardinals. He was named Cheap Lamar McHan Jersey a first-team All-Pro that season.

How many quarterbacks have the Cardinals drafted in the first round of the NFL draft?
The franchise has selected 10 quarterbacks Cheap Jim Hart Jersey in the first round of the NFL draft, including three with the No. 1 pick.

2019: Kyler Murray (No. 1)
2018: Josh Rosen (No. 10)
2006: Matt Leinart (No. 10)
1987: Kelly Stauffer (No. 6)
1977: Steve Pisarkiewicz (No. 19)
1965: Joe Namath (No. 12)
1960: George Izzo (No. 2)

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1958: Stuart “King” Hill (No. 1)
1954: Lamar McHan (No. 1)
1937: Ray Buivid (No. 3)
Cardinals Quarterback Records
Career Yards: 34,639, Jim Hart (1966–83)
Single Season Yards: 4,671, Carson Palmer (2015)
Single Game Yards: 522, Boomer Esiason (Nov. 10, 1996–OT)
Career Touchdowns: 209, Hart (1966–83)
Single Season Touchdowns: 35, Palmer (2015)
Single Game Touchdowns: 6, Charley Johnson (Sept. 26, 1965; and Nov. 2, 1969) and Jim Hardy (Oct. 2, 1950)

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The Arizona Cardinals will make their 14th appearance on Monday Night Football when they take on the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

It’s also the first time the Cardinals will suit up for a Monday night tilt since 2017, when they lost to the Cowboys 28-17 in Week 3 at State Farm Stadium.

Although they’ve posted a meager 4-9 record on Monday Night Football since 1988, the Cardinals have provided some memorable (and some forgettable) moments on the national stage.


The then-Phoenix Cardinals’ first-ever regular season home game was a Monday night affair. In Week 2 of the 1988 season, America’s Team, the Dallas Cowboys traveled west to face the Cardinals of head coach Gene Stallings.

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The game featured some weirdness.

Despite being the first NFL game for a Valley team, 5,036 tickets went unused. In fact, a television station had to buy up the last 3,000 seats to satisfy the NFL’s blackout rule and ensure the game was shown in the Phoenix area.

It was 98 degrees at kickoff.

And it featured one of the weirdest play calls you’ll ever want to see.

With Dallas leading 10-7, the Cardinals had the ball at the Cowboys’ 24-yard line with three seconds left in the first half. Stallings called for the field goal team to take the field, but instead of trying a 42-yard attempt, holder Cliff Stoudt pulled off a fake, flipping the ball over his shoulder to kicker Al Del Greco, who had earlier missed a 40-yard attempt. Basically, Stallings was counting on the 5-foot-10, 200-pound kicker to outrun everyone 32 yards (where Del Greco took the pitch) to the end zone.

It didn’t happen. Del Greco, with Joe Bostic as his lead blocker made it to the 16, before he was rudely crushed by Dallas’ Ron Burton and Robert Williams.

“What,” ABC play-by-play man Al Michaels exclaimed at the conclusion of the play. “What was that,” echoed Cheap Dan Dierdorf Jersey, a Cardinals legend who served as one of Michaels’ two color commentators.

Stallings claimed Del Greco, in addition to his miss, “wasn’t kicking well before the game.”

“I’m afraid that’s where the players go to the locker room looking over their shoulders and saying ‘who the heck called that play,’” Dierdorf added.

So, who called it?

“Blame me,” owner Bill Bidwill said, according to a newspaper article the next day. “I get blamed for everything anyway.”

Wouldn’t you know it? The Cardinals lost by three, 17-14. Welcome to the Valley.

Here is a fantastic video breakdown of the play, which the producer of the video calls “the WORST fake field goal ever.”


It would be seven more years until the Monday Night Football crew would head back to the desert.

Same two teams, but this time, a Christmas night affair.

There’s an alternate version of this game — the one depicted in the 1996 film Jerry Maguire, in which contract-hungry Cardinals receiver Rod Tidwell make an acrobatic, last-second catch to beat the Cowboys only then to “awaken from being knocked cold” and then uncork a TD celebration that in 2020, would draw an immediate lifetime suspension. Tidwell goes viral before it was a thing, and he and Maguire, his agent, cash in on a gigantic four-year, $11.2 million deal (hey, it was 24 years ago).

The reality of this game was far different, and way uglier.

The Cowboys strutted into town with an 11-4 record. The Cardinals, 4-11. Just two years into his tenure, Arizona head coach Buddy Ryan was on thin ice.

Dallas jumped all over the Cardinals, exploding to a 24-0 lead on their way to a 37-13 win. Receiver Kevin Williams had nine catches for 203 yards and two touchdowns and the Cowboys’ defense held the Cardinals to 285 yards, no offensive touchdowns, forced three turnovers and sacked Arizona quarterback Cheap Dave Krieg Jersey three times.

In the late stages of the game, the Cardinals continuously threw the ball to fullback Cheap Larry Centers Jersey and burned timeouts to give him more opportunities to pad his impressive stats. After a timeout was called with one second left in the fourth quarter, Ryan left the field, running into the tunnel alongside several security team members.

That was the last image of Ryan as the Cardinals’ head coach. He was fired the next day with two years remaining on his contract.

“Four and 12 isn’t good enough,” Bidwill said after the firing.

In the late stages of the 1995 Christmas Monday Night Football loss to Dallas, the broadcast crew of Michaels, Dierdorf and Frank Gifford discussed the future of the Cardinals’ franchise.

Bidwill wanted a new domed stadium, they said, but was having trouble getting anyone to get involved politically. They spoke of Bidwill’s frustration at being promised a new facility when he agreed to move the team to the Valley in 1988, and seven years later, there was still no movement. They speculated that the Cardinals could move again.

Bidwill and his son, Michael, finally did get that stadium, but had to wait 11 more years for it to happen.


In Week 6 of the 2006 season, the Cardinals welcomed Monday Night Football and the Chicago Bears to what was the newly-constructed University of Phoenix Stadium. What transpired on that October night stands as one of the most improbable comebacks in National Football League history.

Behind rookie quarterback Cheap Matt Leinart Jersey and a stout defense, the Cardinals surprised the undefeated Bears, jumping out to a 20-point lead. Leinart threw touchdown passes to Cheap Bryant Johnson Jersey and Cheap Anquan Boldin Jersey in the first quarter. Kicker Cheap Neil Rackers Jersey booted two field goals in the second for the halftime margin.

Robbie Gould put Chicago on the board with a 23-yard field goal in the third, but Rackers answered with another of his own, this one from 29 yards, and the Cardinals led 23-3. At that point of the game the Bears had done nothing on offense. Outside of the field goal drive, Chicago had 50 yards and had turned the ball over four times. Game over, right?


Things got very interesting very quickly.

In the closing seconds of the third quarter, the Cardinals faced a 2nd-and-10 from their own 15. Leinart dropped to pass and was blind-sided by rookie defensive end Mark Anderson. The ball came loose and was picked up by Mike Brown, who waltzed into the end zone for a 3-yard touchdown.

23-10, Cardinals.

The fourth quarter started with three straight drives that ended in punts. With 9:25 to go in the game, Chicago quarterback Rex Grossman threw his third interception (his fifth turnover) to Arizona defensive lineman Cheap Darnell Dockett Jersey at the Cardinals’ 26-yard line. Arizona punted back to Chicago and with time becoming a factor (7:20 remaining), the Bears started another drive. With under six minutes to play, Grossman threw another interception — this one to Robert Griffith at the Arizona 41. That had to be the back-breaker, right?


On second down, Cheap Edgerrin James Jersey fumbled and Charles Tillman picked up the rock and raced 40 yards into the end zone as exactly 5:00 showed on the game clock.

23-17, Cardinals.

Arizona was still in control, but needed a strong drive to put the game away. They didn’t get one. After getting one first down, the Cardinals got a negative run by James and two Leinart incompletions and had to punt. Cheap Scott Player Jersey unleashed on a 50-yard punt right down the middle of the field. Rookie Devin Hester, who would become one of the most devastating return men the game has ever seen, caught the ball at the 17, and then ran untouched to the end zone for an 83-yard touchdown.


The Cardinals still had time. Leinart drove them from the 38 all the way to the Bears’ 23, where the drive stalled. Rackers trotted on to the field with :52 left, facing a very manageable 40-yard attempt to erase a nightmarish second-half collapse. At that point of the season, Rackers had been perfect on attempts inside 50 yards, but in keeping with the night’s theme, he missed, wide left.


The Bears completed the comeback, winning 24-23, without scoring an offensive touchdown in the game. They won the game despite committing six turnovers (including two in the fourth quarter) and being minus-4 in that category. Since the beginning of the 2006 season, coinciding with the opening of State Farm Stadium, NFL teams have compiled a 7-271-1 record while being minus-4 or worse in turnovers.

And, who could forget this?

November 29, 2010

Last bad one, I promise.

Dennis Green isn’t the only former Cardinal to provide a postgame rant. Just four years after Green’s viral offering, Arizona quarterback Derek Anderson gave the world his version.

During the course of a blowout at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers, ESPN cameras caught Anderson on the Cardinals’ sideline, apparently having a lighthearted conversation with offensive lineman Deuce Lutui. Jon Gruden, then a color commentator for the network, admonished Anderson.

“You know, one of the things that I don’t like to see walking down on these sidelines, is the demeanor sometimes of your players on the bench when they’re playing bad,” Gruden said. “When you’re down 18 points and you’ve had five first downs, I want it to bother you. I want it to really bother all of us. Not that it doesn’t bother D.A. there, but I don’t even want his teammates to see that, nor do I want any of the fans to see that.”

That’s an interesting thought, because the footage was captured and played back specifically so Gruden could make that point to the fans, but that’s neither here nor there.

The Cardinals went on to lose the game 27-6 and their record dropped to 3-8 on the season. It was ugly. The Cardinals finished with eight first downs. Their 13 yards rushing set a new franchise low for a single game since moving to Arizona in 1988, and would incidentally be broken two years later in a 24-3 Monday night loss to (you guessed it) the 49ers.

Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic asked Anderson about the cameras capturing him and Lutui yukking it up, and let’s just say Anderson didn’t like the question.

The game would be Anderson’s penultimate start with the Cardinals. The next week, another slog of an offensive performance sent him to the bench, replaced by Cheap John Skelton Jersey, who was then replaced by Max Hall in a 19-6 loss to the Rams.

The next year, Anderson was “taking this s8%# seriously” as a backup to rookie Cam Newton in Carolina.

The Arians era

Before Bruce Arians became head coach in 2013, the Cardinals were almost a sure bet to lose on Monday Night Football. Arizona was 1-8 in such games, with the only win coming over San Francisco in the 2008 NFC Championship season.

But under Arians, the Cardinals went 3-1 on the Monday stage, beating the San Diego Chargers in Week 1 of 2014, the Baltimore Ravens in 2014 and the New York Jets in 2016. The winning streak came to an end in Arians’ last year — a Week 3, 28-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in what was the franchise’s last appearance before Monday’s tilt in Arlington.

The 2014 win was a good one. Cheap Carson Palmer Jersey hit Cheap John Brown Jersey on a wide receiver screen, and the rookie weaved through Chargers defenders for a 13-yard touchdown with just 2:25 left. The Cardinals defense then dialed up pressure on the Chargers next possession. Facing a 4th-and-2, San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers inexplicably took a delay of game penalty, but it was then ruled the Chargers got a timeout before the play clock expired. On the second fourth down, linebacker Larry Foote deflected Rivers’ pass at the line and receiver Keenan Allen couldn’t make the catch on the carom, killing the Chargers’ chances and the Cardinals won 18-17, coming back from 11 points down.

The 2015 win over Baltimore featured Chris Johnson’s 62-yard run on which the entire Baltimore defense thought he was down.

Johnson’s run set up a Chandler Catanzaro field goal and the Cardinals went on to win 26-18.

The 2016 Monday night win over the Jets featured David Johnson at the height of his powers. On his way to a league-leading season total of 2,118 yards from scrimmage, Johnson ran wild on the Jets for 111 yards and three touchdowns including a 58-yarder to open the scoring in the first quarter.

The Cardinals went on to an easy 28-3 win that pushed their record to 3-3 on the year.

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Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner is responsible for one of the greatest stories in football history.

An undrafted quarterback who later worked at a grocery store to make ends meet, Warner later became an MVP and Super Bowl-winning quarterback for the St. Louis Rams.

A charismatic leader and charitable person during and after his NFL career, Warner has also taken care of his loved ones. Warner did something incredible for his son, Zachary, who is blind.

Kurt Warner is a classic NFL success story
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The Kurt Warner story can best be divided into six specific sections.

Warner impressed at Northern Iowa, an FCS program, but went undrafted in 1994. After a brief stint with Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers, Warner took his talents to the Arena Football League.

The journey of playing in the Arena League and working at a grocery store leads to the third section, which is Warner’s time with the St. Louis Rams. After taking over for an injured Trent Green in 1999, Warner won the MVP Award that season and guided the Rams to a Super Bowl victory.

Warner won another MVP, and nearly a second Super Bowl, two years later. Injuries, age, and backing up young quarterbacks Eli Manning and Cheap Matt Leinart Jersey on the New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals, respectively, had Warner’s career on the brink.

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Then came that miraculous final section, where Warner led the Arizona Cardinals to Super Bowl 43 after the 2008 season. Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers emerged victorious that night.

Warner took Arizona to the NFC divisional round the next season, his final year in the league. He is currently in the sixth section, one that has seen him become a high-profile broadcaster and enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Warner made a great deal of money in the NFL
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Kurt Warner parlayed that brilliant 1999 season into a long NFL career — and, eventually, a bronze bust at the Hall of Fame.

Warner made plenty of money along the way. According to Spotrac, Warner made $62.7 million in the NFL. Warner made over $31 million in his five years with the Arizona Cardinals.

The two-time first-team All-Pro selection brought home another $28.2 million from the St. Louis Rams.

Kurt Warner used part of that money to help his son, Zach
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Cheap Kurt Warner Jersey has always been a man of faith, someone willing to help others and hope they pass those kind gestures onto someone else.

When the time came, Warner had to do something similar for his oldest son, Zack. According to CBS News, Zack is legally blind.

Kurt and his wife, Brenda, tried finding somewhere in Arizona that Zack could live on his own, to no success. The Warner family eventually built a home, known as Treasure House, where Zack and others in similar circumstances could live.

By October 2018, the home housed Zack and five other residents. Kurt explained what made Treasure House so alluring to build and fund.

“Here’s a place where they can grow and they can thrive and they can chase after their dreams. We believe it can be life changing for thousands and thousands of families.”

According to its official website, the Treasure House prided itself on providing residents with a “strong emphasis on independence, respect, and community integration.”

“I think that this will be our legacy more than a Hall of Fame,” Brenda Warner said.