Best: Tennessee Titans – Warren Moon
Warren Moon never seems to get the credit he really deserves, despite his phenomenal passing abilities and production he had, orchestrating those high-powered offenses of the old Houston Oilers in the in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s (back before they moved to Tennessee and became the Titans).
Moon remains the Houston Oilers’ (and Titans’) record-holder for virtually every passing statistic you can think of. After starting his career in the Canadian Football League (and winning five-straight Grey Cup Championships), Moon was named to the Pro Bowl nine-straight times between 199 and 1995, and was selected as the NFL MVP in 1990 after throwing for 4,690 yards and 33 touchdowns.
Worst: Tennessee Titans – Billy Joe Tolliver
the longtime journeyman backup quarterback who spent time on six NFL teams in 13 seasons, Billy Joe Tolliver saved his worst for his one year as the quarterback of the Houston Oilers (the predecessors of the Tennessee Titans).
In 1994, Tolliver went 0-7 as the team’s starter, tossing only six touchdowns (and seven interceptions) in seven games, while averaging a career-low 5.4 yards attempt.
After leaving Tennessee, Tolliver went 2-11 when starting over the remainder of his career.