After leading the Washington Huskies to a 1977 Pac-8 title and Rose Bowl victory, Warren Moon played in the CFL and led the Edmonton Eskimos to 5 consecutive CFL championships before joining the Houston Oilers as the rifleman of their Run-n’-Shoot offense. Moon would twice lead the NFL in passing and was named Offensive Player of the Year in 1990. Including stints with the Vikings and Seahawks, the 9-time Pro-Bowler would end his pro football career with 5,357 completions, 70,553 passing yards, and 435 passing touchdowns. Moon was honored with the 1989 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award for his charitable endeavors. The Titans/Oilers organization retired Moon’s iconic #1, and in 2006, he became the first Black quarterback inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.