Minnesota Vikings: Top 10 QBs in franchise history

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Jan 31, 2015; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Former quarterback Warren Moon on the red carpet prior to the NFL Honors award ceremony at Symphony Hall. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

7. Warren Moon

Warren Moon may be best known for his time with the Houston Oilers, but he actually had a couple of his greatest statistical seasons with the Vikings.

Two of Moon’s four 4,000-plus-yard passing seasons came with Minnesota. In 1995 with the Vikings, he tied his career high with 33 touchdowns.

Moon’s 606 pass attempts in 1995 is still a Vikings record.

Though Moon clearly put up some pretty amazing numbers in his three years in Minnesota, his Vikings tenure is still seen as disappointing as he was unable to deliver a championship.

Moon did lead the team to the playoffs in 1994 but the Vikings’ run that year ended in bitter disappointment when they were knocked out by the Bears in the first round.

Though Moon failed to bring a trophy to Minnesota, his time with the Vikings was definitely entertaining.

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