Morning Poll: Do You Miss Kurt Warner Yet?

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Just like last week, the Arizona Cardinals looked atrocious in yesterday's 41-7 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. Unlike last week, the Cards' worst wasn't enough to eke out a win.

The Cards' new quarterback, Derek Anderson, wasn't the clutch performer to which Cardinals fans had grown accustomed during the Kurt Warner era.

Anderson went 17 for 31 in the air for 161 yards and no touchdowns. He also had two interceptions and went 1 for 9 (with an interception) on third or fourth downs.

The Falcons aren't the worst team in the world. But they're not good enough to beat the Cardinals by 34 points.

We've already written Warner a please-come-back greeting card, but we want to know what you think: Do you miss Kurt Warner yet?

Vote -- and see the results of Friday's poll -- below.

Friday's poll question: Morning Poll: Is Medical Marijuana a "Danger to Our Communities?"

- 2.49 percent say yes.

- 97.51 percent say no.

Here is your morning poll:

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