Dan Marino was probably the most statistically dominant gamers ever to play within the Nationwide Soccer League. On the time of his retirement, he held almost each main passing document within the league. That is not to say that the person was excellent although, here’s a have a look at three stats that probably the most well-known quarterback in Miami Dolphins historical past would quite neglect Peces Abisales.
-In his solely Tremendous Bowl look, Dan Marino had twice as many interceptions (2) as landing passes (1). To make issues worse, each interceptions occurred simply outdoors the opposing workforce’s 20 yard line and ended respectable drives that the Dolphins have been placing collectively.
-Dan Marino put up some wonderful stats through the years, however in 1989 he led the league in a class that no quarterback ever needs to be the chief in. That season was the one 12 months on this nice quarterback’s profession through which he led the league in interceptions thrown. He threw 22 interceptions that season because the Dolphins put up a mediocre document of Eight-Eight.
-Over the course of his total profession, Dan Marino not solely put up nice stats, however he additionally had an excessive amount of success. Most of he groups he performed in opposition to, he had both a successful document in opposition to or had no less than damaged even with. The New York Giants although appeared to have his quantity. The Dolphins solely performed the Giants twice throughout his time in Miami, however he may by no means get a win in opposition to them. The Giants are additionally the one workforce to carry Marino to a 50% completion proportion when enjoying him, he accomplished a greater proportion of his passes in opposition to each different workforce within the league.
Dan Marino was an incredible quarterback and a really deserving member of the Professional Soccer Corridor of Fame. This simply goes to indicate although that there are forgettable moments within the careers of each participant who ever performs skilled soccer.