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Dan MarinoDan Marino

We’ve seen quarterbacks have a cannon for an arm, a quick release, the great competitiveness and desire for winning or the great understanding for the game before but we’ve never quite seen them all in one package like we’ve seen in Dan Marino. Dan Marino retired with every notable passing record you could have and they all stood for over 10 years, after the rule changes made it so much easier to pass. Marino was a nine-time Pro Bowler, six-time All-Pro, the 1984 MVP and became the first person to ever pass for 5,000 yards and first person to throw for 40 touchdowns in a season. He retired as the all-time leader in passing touchdowns (420), yards (61,367), completions (4,967) and attempts (8,358).

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