Agree with the Marino thing.
He didn't win a title and his records have since been broken, but I think we've forgotten just how little ol' Dan had to work with in Miami and just how incredibly good he was.
For 15 years, Dan Marino was to the Dolphins what Manning was to the Colts. He made that team 5-6 games better every single season than it had any right to be. The release was picture perfect, the arm was still the strongest I've ever seen and his accuracy was without peer at the time.
Marino is going to end up alongside guys like Esiason when history is written, but that's nuts. Dan Marino is easily one of the top 5 of all time and frankly he's in the fight for anywhere from #1 - #5.
If you can't draw a crowd, draw dicks on the wall.
2013 Adopt-A-Chief: AJ Jenkins, WR #13