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Super Bowl champion quarterback Kurt Warner does not believe this year's San Francisco 49ers team is good enough to make the playoffs.
"The San Francisco 49ers, after three straight NFC Championship games, miss the playoffs this year," Warner said on the NFL Network.
Since 2011, the 49ers have made the playoffs three years running, including three NFC title games, and a Super Bowl appearance in 2012.
They are 36-11-1 in the regular season during that time.
Warner retired from the National Football League in January 2010, and currently serves as an NFL analyst.
He was twice a division rival of the 49ers, playing with the St. Louis Rams (1998-2003) and the Arizona Cardinals (2005-2009).
At age 28, Warner led the Rams to a Super Bowl victory over the Tennessee Titans.
He returned to the Super Bowl in 2001 with the Rams, and would lose to the New England Patriots.
He made his final trip to the Super Bowl at age 37 with the Cardinals, and would lose to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Warner is one of four quarterbacks in NFL history to win a Super Bowl within his first two years, putting him in the company of Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger and Russell Wilson.