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Warner No. 7

St. Louis Rams receiver Torry Holt, left, congratulates receiver Issac Bruce after he caught a 9-yard touchdown pass Sunday, Oct. 1, 2000, during the first quarter in St. Louis against the San Diego Chargers. (AP Photo/L.G. Patterson)

Little more than a year after San Diego's Rodney Harrison ended Trent Green's season with an unnecessary blow to the knee, the Chargers were back in the dome on Oct. 1, 2000. Mike Martz took no prisoners, calling passes on the first 18 plays of the game and 24 of the first 26. The Rams scored on their first 11 possessions — six TDs, five field goals. Green even got in on the act, throwing a third-quarter TD pass.

As for Warner? He threw the football equivalent of a perfect game, completing 24 of 30 for 390 yards and four TDs for a 158.3 rating — the highest rating possible.

PHOTO: Torry Holt congratulates Isaac Bruce after Bruce caught one of four TD passes thrown by Kurt Warner in a rollicking 57-31 win over the San Diego Chargers at the TWA Dome. (AP Photo / L.G. Patterson)