Kurt Warner spent the night in a New York hospital recovering from a mild concussion after the Rams 23-13 loss to the Giants. Warner suffered the concussion in the first quarter, but doctors said he wasn’t showing signs of a concussion when they examined him. In the first half Warner had trouble hearing plays called from the sideline into the earpiece in his helmet and Martz later said he thought there was an equipment problem. The Rams had to call three time outs as a result. After the game Martz regretted leaving him in the game. Warner passed for 342 yards, but he also fumbled the ball six times, losing three of them. He was also sacked six times. Marshall Faulk had 28 yards rushing on nine carries. St. Louis’ only lead in the game was when Jeff Wilkins connected on a 39-yard field goal in the first quarter. Trailing 10-6 at the half, the Rams were outscored 13-0 in the third quarter. Warner hit Torry Holt for a 34-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter, for the game’s final score.
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