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A lot of good choices and it's hard to pick a favorite. As a youngster I liked Larry Csonka and Jim Kiick. They were like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. A potent one two punch.
Just win Phin baby!
I would have to say Mr. Dan Marino.
Dan the man, but my first was Nat Moore. And a special shout out to OJ McDuffie
As this seems to have the making of a runaway for Dan, it's interesting to think about what makes a "favorite". Is it TALENT like Dan, or heart like Zach, or tough toughness like Czonka, or success like Griese, or numbers like JT, or does it depend on what era you grew up because youre always gonna pick your favorite player when you're twelve years old. Is it one moment like the fake spike or the Orande Gadsden catch that solidifies a players clout in your heart, or does it require looking back on a long career of dedication, and are you inclined to be partial to our draft choices?
All in all, I'm going to go with all of the above and say my answer, when I'm an old man reminiscing, is Ryan Tannehill.
Not a very popular pick but my favorite of all time is Ricky.
but Wahoo McDaniels is my favorite Dolphins character hand down
I saw him beat Johnny Valentine in a steel cage match after he left football.
indian chef , football player , actor ... this guy had it all ..
Honorable mention to #22 Tony Nathan who I had the privilege of playing 18 holes of golf with in a celeb tournament.
He was running back coach for Tampa Bay at the time.
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