1984 nfl season stats rookie magazine

1984 nfl season stats rookie magazine

In 1984, he became the first quarterback to ever pass for yards in a In his first season, he was named NFL Rookie of the Year, and became the where he starred in baseball and won Parade Magazine AllAmerican honors in football.
During his seventeen seasons with the Miami Dolphins, Dan Marino earning Parade magazine All-America honors in his senior year. 1984, proved spectacular for Marino as he set NFL single- season records for In Marino set an NFL record by throwing 100 career touchdowns in the Career Statistics.
Year, Team, G, Att, Att/G, Yds, Avg, Yds/G, TD, Lng, 1st, 20+, 40+, FUM 1984, Los Angeles Rams, 16, 379, 5.6, 14, 66, --, --, --, --, --. Missing: magazine.

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Aikman was awesome in the playoffs at that time and also very efficient and accurate in the regular season. Tittle was traded to the Giants. Rank This is a count of the rows from top to bottom. Honorable Mention: Donovan McNabb, Boomer Esiason, Joe Namath, Bert Jones, Sammy Baugh, Sid Luckman, Norm Van Brocklin, Roger Staubach, John Elway, Jim Kelly and Brett Favre. Marino also played in nine Pro Bowls. It was a banner year for quarterback talent, and five other quarterbacks, including John Elway and Jim Kelly , were chosen before the Miami Dolphins picked Marino.
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