"Something scary like that just makes you contemplate what's really important and puts football in perspective. It's things like that make you say, 'This game isn't everything, and I'm not sure if I can do this anymore.' Because the bottom line is that all I really want is to be able to go home to my wife and kids."It's not hard to understand Warner's thought process. It was a scary scene and he's had a history of head injuries. Once he found out Boldin would be OK, Warner abandoned his retirement thoughts however. A good thing for the Cardinals who rode a strong performance against Buffalo to an easy 41-17 win yesterday.
Part of the reason it was such an easy win was because Warner's teammate Adrian Wilson concussed Trent Edwards on the third play of the game. If opponent injuries also cause Warner to search for perspective, a replay of that hit might provide just enough for him to think about retirement once again.