Dan Marino

During Marino's professional career (1983-1999) with the Miami Dolphins, he was one of the most skilled and revered quarterbacks in the game, renowned for his incredibly quick release. Marino was named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player in 1984 and was selected to nine Pro Bowls (1983-87, 1991-92, 1994-95). When he retired, he owned virtually every major career passing record in the NFL record book, including an astounding 61,361 yards gained passing. He won 147 games in his career, the second most all time. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2005.

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Ben Roethlisberger

At 6-foot-5, 240 pounds, Ben Roethlisberger truly lives up to his nickname, “Big Ben.” He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers out of the University of Miami (Ohio) in 2004. Taking over for the Steelers’ injured starting quarterback early his rookie season, Roethlisberger finished the year 13-0, setting NFL records for rookie QBs for total wins and highest completion percentage (66.4%). In 2005, he led the Steelers to four straight post-season victories, including three on the road, and culminating in triumph in Super Bowl XL. The win earned the Steelers organization its fifth Super Bowl title and made Ben Roethlisberger the youngest QB to start and win the Super Bowl. Roethlisberger came back in 2008 and led Pittsburgh back to the Super Bowl where they played the Arizona Cardinals. Roethlisberger led his team on an incredible last minute 8 play 88-yard drive ending with a game-winning touchdown pass to Santonio Holmes in the back of the end zone. The Super Bowl victory was a record 6th all-time for the Steelers. Today Ben continues as the Steelers’ field general and as one of the most popular players in the NFL.

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Peyton Manning

Peyton Manning was selected as the first overall pick by the Indianapolis Colts in the 1998 NFL Draft. A star at the University of Tennessee, Manning is already considered one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game. Manning’s unbelievable resume holds several NFL records including: most consecutive seasons with over 4,000 yards passing (6 from 1999-2004), most pass completions in a season (450 in 2010), most games with a perfect passer rating (4), and highest passer rating in a season (121.4 in 2004) to name a few. Peyton is a 4-time NFL MVP and led the Colts to a victory over the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLI, for which he was named the game’s MVP. Manning’s unbelievable command of the quarterback position makes him a nightmare for opposing defenses. Peyton is the son of former New Orleans Saints QB Archie Manning and elder brother of New York Giants signal caller Eli Manning.

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Dick Butkus

After starring at linebacker and center for the University of Illinois, Dick Butkus was drafted by the Chicago Bears in 1965. In his rookie season, Butkus led the team in tackles, interceptions, forced fumbles, and fumble recoveries. He went on to establish himself as the most feared defensive player in the league and one of the greatest middle linebackers of all time. Butkus was best known for his punishing tackles and the sideline-to-sideline ferocious play that became his trademark. He was selected to the Pro Bowl nine times. He was named to the NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1979.

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