Before Adam Timmerman joined the Rams to help Kurt Warner receive the proper protection on offense, the guard did the same as member of the Green Bay Packers for Brett Favre. He great play at right guard helped both quarterbacks win Super Bowls in the 1990s.
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Timmerman is fortunate enough to have two Super Bowl titles to his résumé, while getting the opportunity to play for two of the greatest quarterbacks the NFL has ever seen in Warner and Favre.
Leaving the Packers after four seasons was tough for Timmerman, as Favre was still years away from exiting his prime. That being said, the Rams are beyond thankful he joined the team in 1999.
Who knows if the Super Bowl victory ever would have taken place without Timmerman starring along the Rams’ offensive line?
Yes, the Rams earned the nickname of “The Greatest Show on Turf” for a reason. They most likely still would have found ways to be competitive without Timmerman. However, his presence made a huge difference in the offensive line becoming so successful during this era of Rams football.
The fact that St. Louis was willing to keep Timmerman around for seven years shows just how special of a player the Rams had on the offensive line. There’s no question he certainly made life easier for Warner under center.