At the time of his retirement Warren Moon ranked third all-time in NFL passing yardage and fourth in touchdown passes thrown.
Warren Moon racked up nearly 50,000 passing yards in 17 NFL seasons.
In 1990, Moon led the league in passing yards (4,689), attempts (584), completions (362), and touchdowns (33).
In 1991, Moon joined fellow Hall of Fame QBs Dan Marino and Dan Fouts as the only quarterbacks to post back-to-back 4,000 yard seasons.
Warren Moon speaks with reporters following the announcement of his election into the Pro football Hall of Fame on February 4, 2006.
Warren Moon's Hall of Fame mural.
Moon set a new club record with 3,338 yards passing in his first season with Houston, a mark he would break four more times.
Despite spending his first six professional seasons in the CFL, Moon ranked third all-time in NFL passing yardage and fourth in touchdown passes thrown at the time of his retirement.
Moon answers questions at a press conference for the Class of 2006 during the Pro Bowl festivities.
Moon is fitted for his gold jacket.
Moon is measured for his Hall of Fame Bust.
Moon spent the final two seasons of his storied career with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Moon moved to Seattle as a free agent in 1997 where he set franchise records for completions (313) and yards passing (3,678). It was as a Seahawk, that he earned his ninth Pro Bowl selection.
Moon passed for over 4,000 yards in his debut season with the Vikings; becoming the first QB in NFL history to pass for over 4,000 yards with two different teams (Oilers, Vikings).