Few quarterbacks even come close to the career numbers the great Dan Marino has been able to put together during his career. He started his career in 1983 and retired after the 1999 season. He played each of his years in the National Football League with the Miami Dolphins and when he retired he held most of the record. major passes. He’s known for a lot of things, including being one of the best quarterbacks of all time.
Early in his career, Marino and the Dolphins went to the Super Bowl, only to lose. He would never return to the game again despite the long career he has had. Marino threw 420 touchdown passes in his career, but who were his favorite receivers?
The player who caught the most touchdowns from Marino was wide receiver Mark Clayton at 79. That equates to almost twenty percent of all touchdown passes he’s thrown in his career.
The second-place player on this list is longtime Dolphins wide receiver Mark Duper with 55. The combination of Mark Duper and Mark Clayton with Dan Marino has made the Dolphins an exciting team to watch.
In third place with 25 touchdown receptions from Marino is wide receiver OJ McDuffie who spent the 1990s with the team.
Nat Moore was a veteran wide receiver when Marino joined the team in the early 1980s. He is fourth on the list with 24 touchdown receptions.
Jim Jensen, at 19, rounds out the top five players in touchdown receptions for this great quarterback.