Warren Moon holds every major Houston Oilers passing record: career attempts (4,546), completions (2,632), yards (33,685) and touchdown passes (196). His long road to stardom as an NFL quarterback began at the University of Washington and continued in the Canadian Football League where he was given a chance to play quarterback for the Edmonton Eskimos (1978-83). Moon promptly led the Eskimos to five consecutive Grey Cup titles from 1978-1982. Moon joined the Oilers from 1984-1993 and led the team to seven consecutive playoff appearances from 1987-93. When the Oilers developed the "Run and Shoot" offense in the 1990s. Moon's mobility, accuracy and arm strength were fully utilized. In 1991 he set an NFL record with 404 completions in a season. Moon played in six consecutive Pro Bowls from 1988-93. Ever generous with his time off the field, Moon was named NFL Man of the Year in 1989. His career totals after playing with the Vikings, Seahawks and Chiefs from 1994 to 2000 are: 6,823 attempts, 3,988 completions, 49,325 yards and 291 touchdowns. Moon was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006. Moon was inducted as a member of the Texas Sports Hall of Fame's Class of 2006.