Aaron Rodgers Likely To Be a Repeat Offender At the Super Bowl

February 7, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The young quarterback had just finished one of the greatest seasons of all-time for a passer. It might have been the best ever. He was just in his second year and already he was tearing up the NFL.
Yet he was no regular season wonder. He loaded his team onto his golden right arm and marched them right into the Super Bowl, against the squad that would come to be known as The Team of the ’80s.
The Miami Dolphins lost Super Bowl XIX, but their brash young quarterback didn’t fret all too much.
“I figured we’d be back—again and again,” Dan Marino said.
After the third or fourth year of NOT being back, Marino started to rethink that assertion.
Marino never did get back, despite a 17-year career.
Brett Favre was in his fifth season as the Green Bay Packers’ starting QB when he went to the first of two straight Super Bowls (he went 1-1).
Favre never got back, either—and he played for 13 years after that.
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