- Mike Sando, NFL Insider
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The Arizona Cardinals aren't going to win many games playing offense the way they played it Sunday.
They managed only 58 yards by halftime and needed the second-longest punt return in NFL history to beat the previously 1-6 St. Louis Rams in overtime.
But if you're interested in bottom-line results without regard for sustainability, prepare to arch an eyebrow upon reviewing won-lost records for the Cardinals' starting quarterbacks under coach Ken Whisenhunt.
The chart shows win percentages for regular-season games only. Kurt Warner's percentage would climb to .583 if we counted his 4-2 starting record during postseason.
This is not a ranking of the Cardinals' best quarterbacks since 2007, obviously. Warner would be the runaway winner by that measure, and Kevin Kolb might still rank second based on potential.
2007-11 Arizona Cardinals: Win Percentages by Starting QB