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Marino is recognized as one of the greatest quarterbacks in the NFL. Winning the League MVP award in 1984—when he set single-season records of 5,084 passing yards, 48 TD passes, nine 300-yard passing games, and four 400-yard passing games—Dan is one of the most prolific passers in NFL history. At the time of his retirement in 1999, Marino held more than 40 NFL single-season and career passing records.
Known for his intensity and fire as well as his ability to deliver under pressure, the Miami Heat painting was meant to conceptually present the Miami Dolphin great as a flame-throwing competitor. The focused intensity in his eyes conveys his ability to concentrate on his receivers downfield and deliver strikes. The flaming football is meant to convey his powerful arm and quick delivery that allowed him to zip a ball with uncanny accuracy into tight coverage.