Strasil42 wrote:teddy ballgame wrote:Xtreemes wrote:It's Montana and Elway in my opinion
Same. Montana, Elway, Unitas, Starr, Bradshaw, Greise, and when it's all said and done even Manning and Brady will be right up there.
They may or may not be better than Marino but you can argue for any of them. You said that few people say Marino is not the best, which is the main thing I'm arguing. I just did a search for "Greatest All Time Quarterbacks" and Marino is yet to be on the top of any poll or list. He's up there and is most definately in the discussion...and may very well could be #1 but again, to say few people disagree he's number 1 is far from the truth.
You must be looking in places I'm not. Straight from Wiki
Daniel Constantine Marino Jr. (born September 15, 1961 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania of Italian and Polish ancestry) is an American football former quarterback who played for the Miami Dolphins in the National Football League. He holds or has held almost every meaningful NFL passing record and is widely recognized as one of the greatest quarterbacks in football history, despite never winning a Superbowl.
Yes, I came across that too and when did I ever dispute that? Widely recognized as ONE OF THE greatest quarterbacks. I never said he wasn't. I even said he could be #1. My only point was that he's not a consensus #1, which that site also says, and many other people in this thread have agreed with.