Marino: I don't want Belichick to break Shula's wins record
NFL records will likely fall with more regularity, with a 17th regular-season game being added this season.
One record that Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino hopes never gets broken is the career wins mark held by his former coach Don Shula.
The Miami Dolphins legend has the most regular-season wins by a coach in NFL history with 328.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick ranks third all time with 280 wins. He would have to coach at least three more seasons to overtake the record, but he's within range of it.
"I hope he don't get it," Marino said, according to ESPN's Cameron Wolfe. "I'm a Dolphin for life. Coach Shula for life. I don't want him to get it."
Belichick has already matched Shula by going undefeated in a single regular season. However, Shula's 1972 Dolphins remain the only team to go undefeated across an entire campaign, going 17-0. Belichick's 2007 Patriots went 16-0 in the regular season but lost the Super Bowl to the New York Giants.
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