Thanks to the offense-friendly rules currently in play in the NFL, many passing records are dropping like flies. When Dan Marino, the iconic quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, retired in 1999, he had thrown 420 career touchdown passes. Brett Favre broke that record in 2010 with 509, and Peyton Manning broke it in 2014 – and he’s still active. However, there are some other records that NFL betting fans would never dream to bet against, the ones that are much more durable – and much more likely to stand the test of time.
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