7. Dan Marino
Plain and simple: Dan Marino was born to throw the football. We have seen very few quarterbacks in the history of the NFL who could throw the ball with the strength, quick release, and accuracy that Marino had. He threw for a record-breaking 5,084 yards in just his second season in the NFL, which was an absolutely absurd yardage total at the time; that record held for just under 30 years. He led the league in passing five different times, and led the league in touchdown passes three times. Marino was named to nine Pro Bowl teams and seven All-Pro teams, but sadly will be most remembered for never having won a Super Bowl.