University of Phoenix Stadium's top 10: No. 7 -- Warner to Boldin, on repeat

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Heading into its 10th season, University of Phoenix Stadium has seen its share of memorable performances by a variety of Arizona Cardinals.

My goal was to find the 10 best individual plays or games by a single player. It wasn't an easy task. My initial list had 15 games and plays on it, and I eliminated a few notable performances. A lot of familiar Cards dot the list but some older, forgotten names made the cut.

I'll be rolling out the top 10 every day until the Cardinals report for this year's training camp, it's third at University of Phoenix Stadium, on July 31.

On to No. 7 ...

No. 8: Kurt Warner completes 35 passes, 13 of them to Anquan Boldin.

Date: Dec. 23, 2007

Game: Week 16 vs. Atlanta

Why it's ranked: There are two pieces to this one. Warner had some of his biggest games as a Cardinal on the road. But he saved a few for University of Phoenix Stadium. His 35 completions against Atlanta in 2007 were the most for a Cardinals quarterback at home since Kent Graham's 37 against St. Louis in 1996. The final three completions by Warner were in overtime, helping Arizona march 68 yards to set up a game-winning field goal by Neil Rackers.

But the impressiveness of Warner's performance was shared. Boldin's 13 receptions are the most for a Cardinals receiver at University of Phoenix Stadium and tied a franchise record with Larry Centers for most catches at home. He finished with 162 yards and two touchdowns.