Why Drew Brees Is a Better All-Time QB Than Dan Marino

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Why Drew Brees Is a Better All-Time QB Than Dan Marino
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Drew Brees did more than just take away another of the Hall of Fame quarterback's records when he surpassed Dan Marino's mark of 5,084 passing yards in a single season (set in 1984) this year; he also moved past Marino on the list of greatest quarterbacks in NFL history.

Marino still may have more career yards and touchdowns from his 17 seasons with the Miami Dolphins, but that doesn't change the fact that Drew Brees has done more with his fewer years in the NFL (first with the San Diego Chargers and now the New Orleans Saints).

Here are four reasons why Drew Brees is a better all-time quarterback than Dan Marino.

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