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Unitas. Marino lacked the talent to win playoff games with any consistency.
103 - 93 regular season losses and ten playoff losses.
No. Marino lost the playoff game in his rookie season (1983), 27-20, to the Seattle Seahawks. He completed 15 passes in 25 attempts for 193 yards, 2 TDs, and 2 INTs.
Oronde Gadsden. He caught a 20-yard touchdown from Marino in the second quarter of a 62-7 playoff loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 1999 playoffs.
Two. Both were interecepted by Jags' CB Aaron Beasley.
His touchdown record from 1984 was broken by Peyton Manning in 2004.
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino never won a Super Bowl. His only appearance in the championship game resulted in a 38-16 loss to Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XIX. Marino finished the game 29 of 50 passing for 318 yards with 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions. In 17 seasons as the Dolphins quarterback Marino led the team to 10 playoff berths. Marino holds many NFL passing records and is considered one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history despite a career playoff record of 8 wins and 10 losses.
Dan played in 18 playoff games which includes one Super Bowl (XIX against the 49ers) ... his record was 8-10.
No. He was an outstanding quarterback with a plethora of passing records, Pro Bowl and All-Pro selections, but lacked the talent or mindset to post consistent playoff success - he finished with only eight wins in 18 career playoff games.
The quarterback for the playoff games of the 1999 season that were played in 2000 was Dan Marino. The 62-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on January 15, 2000 was Marino's final game as a professional. The quarterback for the 2000 season was Jay Fiedler. He started both playoff games for the 2000 Dolphins that were played in January, 2001.
No, the only undefeated team in history was the 1972 Miami Dolphins, with quarterback Bob Griese, not Dan Marino. The '72 Dolphins went 17-0, which included all 14 regular season games, the two playoff games before the Super Bowl, and the Super Bowl, in which they defeated the Washington Redskins. So, NO, Dan Marino DID NOT ever go undefeated. And the New England Patriots.