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Dan Marino, who spent his entire carrer with the Miami Dolphins, is one of the all time greatest quarterbacks in the history of the NFL. The 27th pick in the draft, back when their were only 28 teams so ignore that one dumbass, a 9 time Pro Bowler, former Rookie of the Year, the 1984 MVP, the 1994 Comeback Player of the Year, and the all time leader in several passing statical categories (at one point he held 27 records in passing), he now spends his Sundays as an NBC analyist. Although he never won a Superbowl, it wasn't like he was the only guy who played on the gridiron. He only had one 1000 yard rusher in a season running back, a guy who was drafted in 1996, and retired before Dan did in 2000. Don Shula employed a multi runningback system for much of his carrer, and in fact, The Miami Dolphins had .02 less rushing attempts then John Elway's Denver Bronco's. His defense was also freqently in the basement of the NFL. In Dan's single greatest game ever, where he had over 450 passing yards and 6 touchdowns, and they still lost. Another time the defense blew a 21 point lead in the 1994 AFC Championship game. The only time they were any good on defense was the first 3 years of his carrer, and the last 4, when they had Jason Taylor, Zach Thomas, Patrick Surtain, and Sam Madison.
Dan Marino is a football God.
by bjchit August 30, 2007
A Major League pitcher who currently plays for the Boston Red Sox, but pitched for the Baltimore Orioles, The Houston Astro's, The Philadelphia Phillies, and The Arizona Diamondbacks. He has 214 carrer wins, to 143 losses, and 22 saves. He also has 83 complete games,(with 20 of them being shotouts) almost unheard of in this day and age in baseball, with 3091 strikeouts and a carrer 3.14 ERA. His best year was in 2002 when he had a 22-6 record with a 2.98 ERA and 316 strikeouts, with only 33 walks and a .97 whip. A pin point control pitcher, Curt has the all time lowest strikeouts/walk ratio in the MLB, with 2384 more strikeouts then walks. He is a two time World Series champion, and a co-MVP in the 2001 World Series, sharing it with Randy Johnson. In the playoffs, he is 7-2, in 15 starts, with 104 strikeouts, in 109.1 innings pitched, earing a repution as a big game pitcher. Schilling, who has a penchant for running his mouth, has been accussed of doing it for attention, but probably just doesn't know when to zip it. Some Yankee fans say he gets too much credit for his heroic 7 inning game in the 2004 ALCS in Game 6, in which he allowed 1 earned run, even though he was pitching on a ruptured ankle tendon, with blood soaking into his sock, because they're Yankee fans. He would later pitch in game 2 of the World Series that year, once again with blood soaking his sock, in a 6 inning effort with no earned runs and 4 strikeouts. That sock he wore would go to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Some people have claimed he painted it red, while people who know what they're talking about and have actually seen the sock will tell you there is now a brown spot where that red spot was, meaning it's dried blood. Curt Schilling has yet to throw a no hitter or win a Cy Young or old Glove.
Curt Schilling will be pitching us to a World Series win again, baby.
by bjchit August 18, 2007
Hulk Hogan, real name Terry Bollea, is a retired professional wrestler, former bassist, and televison personality, who is a 12 time (14, if you count his 2 World title wins in the AWA) World heavyweight champion (6 in the WWF, 6 in the WCW), and one time World tag team champion (WWF, with Edge), and a one time IWGP tournament winner, in 1982, and a two time MSG Tag League tournament two years in a row, winning in 1982 and 1983 with Antonio Inoki. He is in the WWE Hall of Fame, and also the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame, among the many inducted in the first class. He is also still the number one all time request of the Grant-A-Wish foundtaion. He was the forefront of the wrestling boom in the 80's, appearing in movies, tv, and other media, including being the first and so far only wrestler to appear on the cover of Sports Illiustrated. That issue was the highest selling SI issue that year, behind the Swimsuit edition. Ironically, he was the last ever heavyweight champion of the WWF, and the first ever heavyweight champion of the WWE, when the WWF was forced to change it's name. Of course if you give him any credit for anything outside of "destroying" the WCW, one hundred million internet wrestling smarks will descend upon you, calling you a mark or asking you if you think pro wrestling is real, because you can't be a Hulk Hogan fan in the Internet Wrestling Community without being a blindly devoted fan or a moron. He is currently the co-host of the new American Gladiators, and the star of his reality TV show, Hogan Knows Best.
Whatcha gonna do, brother, when Hulkamania runs wold over you?

Even after all these years, Hulk still rules.

Hulk Hogan is the Champion of the World!
by bjchit March 14, 2008
If you call someone a wigger, you're not a racist, you just hate annoying white guys from the suburbs who drive 90 miles an hour down residentual streets with crap music playing so loud it's rattling windows in your house and shaking up everything not nailed down.
I've yet to see a black guy playing rap "music" at a 120 decimals down my street. They're all wiggers.
by bjchit June 26, 2008
Roger Clemens is a MLB pitcher who started out with the Boston Red Sox, but has also played for the Toronto Blue Jays, the New York Yankees, and the Houston Astros, is currently with the Yankees. A 7 time Cy Young award winner (though it would've been 8 if the Astros could learn how to hit), baseball's highest award for pitching, he has also won an AL MVP award, an All-Star MVP award, the picthing triple crown twice, where he lead the league in strikeouts, wins, and ERA. He was also on two teams that won the World Series. He is an 11 time All-Star, a 5 time Sporting News Pitcher of the year, and a sure Hall of Fame canidite. In two seprate 9 inning games, he threw 20 strikeouts while walking no one. Altough he has annouced his retirement several times only to come back, it wasn't for the money, as although he has signed contracts worth $22 million dollars, he has only been paid half the amout. Instead, he only comes back so he can win another World Series ring. Another contrversey has been whether or not he does steroids. Some people seem to think that just because he has gotten bigger with age, done well in the NL in his fourties, where picthers go to bat instead of the AL Designated Hitter, and has been accused of using steroids by two well known users, Gary Sheffield and Jose Cansaco, that he's a user. The only thing Clemens hasn't done in his carrer is throw a no-hitter, or win a Gold Glove award and a World Series MVP.
Roger Clemens is the greatest pitcher of all time. Suck on it haters.
by bjchit May 30, 2007
Greg Maddux is better? Then why does Roger Clemens have more Cy Young awards, strikeouts, wins, World Series rings, MVP awards, pitching triple crowns, and shutouts?
Roger Clemens strikes out the side again to end the inning.
by bjchit September 09, 2007

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