Kyle Orton: 10 Reasons Why The Broncos QB Will Break Dan Marino's Passing Record

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Kyle Orton: 10 Reasons Why The Broncos QB Will Break Dan Marino's Passing Record
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Orton is on pace to break Marino's single season passing mark, will he make it?

          Five games into the 2010 NFL season is a bit early to make judgments about what will happen the remainder of the year, but one thing is for sure: Kyle Orton is off to a good start.  The Broncos QB is currently second in the NFL in passing yardage five games into the year.  He has put up astronomical numbers so far in his second season as a Bronco and doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon.  Many QBs have had great starts to the season (including Phillip Rivers this year), but it takes a special set of circumstances for a QB to make it last throughout the year and take down Marino's longstanding record.  Here are 10 reasons why Kyle Orton will surpass Dan Marino's mark of 5,084 yards set in 1984.

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