---Kurt Warner remembers the moment when the Greatest Show on Turf lost its luster, doomed to degenerate into just another good show. The tipping point came a little more than a decade ago, when the St. Louis Rams said goodbye to a key supporting cast member that the organization was unwilling to overpay.
Back in March of 2002, the departure of No. 3 wideout Az-Zahir Hakim to the Detroit Lions via free agency didn’t seem like a crushing blow to a record-setting offense that had played in two of the previous three Super Bowls. The Rams’ two-time MVP quarterback, however, knew better.---