Kurt Warner comments on Tebow’s mechanics and religious comments

NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner joined the show to talk about the Tim Tebow phenomenon and more.

Warner agreed with Dan that he’s not good through the first three quarters, but Warner pointed out how important it is that he doesn’t turn the ball over and helps with field position.

Dan asked Warner if he could work with Tebow on one thing, what would it be. Warner talked about his mechanics: “If he could just get more consistent with his footwork, where he steps with his front foot.”

Warner thinks that he’s improved as a passer in the last couple of weeks. He said that the passing game may never be great, but can be more effective.

Warner clarified an article where he reportedly said that Warner should take a step back from the religious aspect of his life. “I said there were times I would tone it down,” Warner explained. “Then the interviewer asked if I would share that with Tim. I said, ‘Ya, I would share my experience.’”

Dan asked Warner if at his best, was he better than Aaron Rodgers this season. Warner said no way. Warner said Rodgers is impressive because he never has a bad game. “It rivals Tom Brady’s year in 2007,” Warner said.

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