Originally Posted by Nors
Doug Williams was a pioneer. Moon ran chuck and duck offense's into the hall.
...rag on Moon. From a numbers stand point and length of career he has had an incredible resume. Alot of it accomplished in the NFL which is the same for all QBs in terms of field width and number of defenders on the field.
I don't think he has to apologize to you or anyone for the fact that opposing defenders could not stop him from throwing so many yards or TDs.
When lined up against some of the other QBs you can easily argue he deserves to be there. When you add into the equation his banishment to the CFL before finally getting a shot at the league that once rejected him his accomplishments become even more amazing.
You want to pick on anyone in the Hall look at Stallworth and Swann.
As for Williams he was the first black QB to win the SuperBowl and first to be drafted in the first round, but not there were other firsts.
Fritz Pollard who is in the Hall started the at QB position in 1923 and took them to the championship.
James Harris took the Rams to the 74' NFC Championship.