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Dan Marino? Record 36 fourth quarter comebacks? Didn't even make the list?
Marino played 17 years. That's slightly more than twice a season. I'm curious how many 2 minute drills he blew. There are several QBs this season that have more than 4... One rookie, Luck has 6.

Marino is the poster boy for putting up record passing yardage without winning.
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Dan Marino? Record 36 fourth quarter comebacks? Didn't even make the list?
yeah how on earth was he left off? This thread starter must not like him.
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Brian Sipe and the "cardiac kids" sure made the last two minutes of a game exciting.
I'm pretty sure what happens on the practice field doesn't count. Name one great team Sipe beat on a dazzling two minute drill.
I don't know, the 79/80 seasons had some pretty amazing games for the Browns with so many decided in the last seconds. Whatever the talent of the teams they played, Snip lead eight comebacks and eleven game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime. I think that qualifies for consideration as the best 2 minute drill QB.

This is subjective after all...
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Dan Marino? Record 36 fourth quarter comebacks? Didn't even make the list?
Marino played 17 years. That's slightly more than twice a season. I'm curious how many 2 minute drills he blew. There are several QBs this season that have more than 4... One rookie, Luck has 6.

Marino is the poster boy for putting up record passing yardage without winning.
Who on the list had a significantly shorter career that would have translated into breaking that record? All of them played for over a decade, and most for 15+ years. Marino is third on the list of most wins by a starting quarterback with 147 (behind Favre and Elway), had a .613 W-L percentage, and reached the playoffs in 10 of his 17 years. Seems like he won quite a bit; sadly was never able to win the big one.

For the record, Peyton Manning apparently has broken the 4th quarter comeback record (now at 38).
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Who's the best "2 minute drill" quarterback of all-time!
No doubt about for me, it was Dan Marino playing for Don Shula.
With that combination I never felt we were out of a ball game.
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Dan Marino? Record 36 fourth quarter comebacks? Didn't even make the list?
Marino played 17 years. That's slightly more than twice a season. I'm curious how many 2 minute drills he blew. There are several QBs this season that have more than 4... One rookie, Luck has 6.

Marino is the poster boy for putting up record passing yardage without winning.
Who on the list had a significantly shorter career that would have translated into breaking that record? All of them played for over a decade, and most for 15+ years. Marino is third on the list of most wins by a starting quarterback with 147 (behind Favre and Elway), had a .613 W-L percentage, and reached the playoffs in 10 of his 17 years. Seems like he won quite a bit; sadly was never able to win the big one.

For the record, Peyton Manning apparently has broken the 4th quarter comeback record (now at 38).
Sadly for Wilson if the Seahawks keep breaking ahead 3-4 TDs before their opponents get going, he will never enjoy that record.
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Who's the best quarterbach of alltime to run the "2 minute drill" (last 2 minutes of the game)?
  1. Johnny Unitus
  2. Ken Stabler
  3. John Elway
  4. Joe Montana
  5. Roger Staughbach
  6. Payton Manning
  7. Terry Bradshaw
  8. Otto Graham
  9. Brett Farve
  10. ____________ (fill in the blank)
Okay guys, you're down by 4 with two minutes to go and the ball on your 10 yard line....

....who do you give the ball to?
Montana. But if one counts kicking and throwing, George Blanda.
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Boomer Esiason Cin Bengals 1988 was the first to use the no-huddle offense. No other quarterback used it before.

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Brady, like Eli, has won two SB's with the two-minute drill executed to near perfection.

Brady and the Pats have also made the no-huddle offensive attacks, which is basically the two-minute drill, into quite the force of the last couple of years.

Sure, I'm a homer, but whatchyagondo?

In the end it's tough to gauge, seeing as how the QB, while essential, is just one of many parts that have to function properly to make it all work.
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Brady, like Eli, has won two SB's with the two-minute drill executed to near perfection.

Brady and the Pats have also made the no-huddle offensive attacks, which is basically the two-minute drill, into quite the force of the last couple of years.

Sure, I'm a homer, but whatchyagondo?

In the end it's tough to gauge, seeing as how the QB, while essential, is just one of many parts that have to function properly to make it all work.
The only tie breaker is that Eli beat Brady head to head in two SB two minute drills.
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Brady, like Eli, has won two SB's with the two-minute drill executed to near perfection.

Brady and the Pats have also made the no-huddle offensive attacks, which is basically the two-minute drill, into quite the force of the last couple of years.

Sure, I'm a homer, but whatchyagondo?

In the end it's tough to gauge, seeing as how the QB, while essential, is just one of many parts that have to function properly to make it all work.
The only tie breaker is that Eli beat Brady head to head in two SB two minute drills.
I think whichever one had enough time at the very end would've won. Eli lucked out on both of them in that regard.
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Brady, like Eli, has won two SB's with the two-minute drill executed to near perfection.

Brady and the Pats have also made the no-huddle offensive attacks, which is basically the two-minute drill, into quite the force of the last couple of years.

Sure, I'm a homer, but whatchyagondo?

In the end it's tough to gauge, seeing as how the QB, while essential, is just one of many parts that have to function properly to make it all work.
The only tie breaker is that Eli beat Brady head to head in two SB two minute drills.
Eli had less of a rush to deal with.

Once you throw off his timing he's average.

Peyton dictates to Defenses how the game will go. Eli seems to react to what the Defense does. Before I would have said Tom Brady, but after seeing what Peyton has done in Denver it's no secret why he was so effective in Indy all of those years.
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Brady, like Eli, has won two SB's with the two-minute drill executed to near perfection.

Brady and the Pats have also made the no-huddle offensive attacks, which is basically the two-minute drill, into quite the force of the last couple of years.

Sure, I'm a homer, but whatchyagondo?

In the end it's tough to gauge, seeing as how the QB, while essential, is just one of many parts that have to function properly to make it all work.
The only tie breaker is that Eli beat Brady head to head in two SB two minute drills.
Eli had less of a rush to deal with.

Once you throw off his timing he's average.

Peyton dictates to Defenses how the game will go. Eli seems to react to what the Defense does. Before I would have said Tom Brady, but after seeing what Peyton has done in Denver it's no secret why he was so effective in Indy all of those years.
Peyton has historically shrunk in big games. He did it in college and did it in the pros. Regular season he is a fantasy football dream. Playoffs, he shrinks to average. Peyton is one of the biggest playoff busts in history
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