From his first game as a starter, Dan Marino dominated the quarterback position in the National Football League, leading the Miami Dolphins for 17 years. Yet unlike many of his contemporaries, Marino never grasped the elusive Super Bowl trophy he coveted. Why? It's been fifteen years since Marino retired, yet this question still looms in offices and sports blogs across America. How could the Dolphins have squandered 17 years from the best quarterback in the game? Well, the answers are here. Some you might expect. Some you won't. Along the way, the story of Marino and his Dolphins offers some exciting insight into the Dolphins, Dan, and his two coaches, Don Shula and Jimmy Johnson. Oh, yeah, and you get to find out about Cecil Collins stalking women by hiding in their closets, Mark Duper and Sammie Smith's adventures in drugs, Alfred Oglesby’s Ace Ventura-style kidnapping . . . well, maybe you’re starting to see why these guys didn’t win a Super Bowl.