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My Big NFL Five: Quarterback Edition

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Since it is the post-draft part of the offseason, I have decided to do a new segment of my own, called My Big Five. Up until the start of the season, I will name my Top-5 players by position, side of the ball, my Top-5 coaches, teams by year, anything I can think of. I will start with Quarterbacks, and here are my Top-5.

 

January 04, 2012; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins former quarterback Dan Marino in attendance prior to the 2012 Orange Bowl between the West Virginia Mountaineers and Clemson Tigers at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

5. Dan Marino (Miami Dolphins)
He was one of those great 1983 quarterbacks, drafted by the Dolphins late in the first round in that draft. During his career, he went to a couple of Super Bowls, but never won one. He Was highly consistent, and interceptions weren’t much of a problem. He retired with records in TD passes and passing yards, which would be broken by Brett Favre in 2007. He did it all, but could never win the big one.

4. Terry Bradshaw (Pittsburgh Steelers)
He is still the greatest Steelers QB ever in my opinion. Bradshaw is one of only 2 QBs to ever win 4 Super Bowls. He threw balls to such players as Lynn Swann and Franco Harris. His career would be ended in 1983 by an elbow injury.

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