Chamging my mind a little... I made the comment that moon should be a lock because of his 49K passing yards. Well guess what, drew bledsoe has 43K yards and may very well reach or surpass that before his mediocre career ends and there is no way bledsoe ever deserves to get in. Mcnair would be more deserving. When evaluating a player like this we need to look at who is in the hall, how many of them are there and who is not in the hall. Championships are a major criteria with only 5 of the 21 modern QBs in the hall who never won an nfl championship. Of those who did not win two went to the super bowl a multiple number of times. Tarkington(3) and kelly(4). Nobody can say those guys were not winners. YA tittle never won a championship but played in three straight nfl championship games. We can also note that two good QBs who won championships are not in the hall. Jim plunkett won 2 super bowls and he is not there and ken stabler is not there and neither are probably hall caliber. I guess what i'm saying is that with 21 inductees in 75+ years this is a very exclusive club. More exclusive than we normally think. Since moon is obviously not the same caliber as a unitas or montana we need to look at the worst QBs in the hall and make that comparison. Clearly the worst QB in the hall of fame is norm vanbrocklin who did win a title in 1960 but who had more ints than TDs in his career and threw for a paltry 23000 yards a fiqure that wasn't over whelming even for his era. I think it is safe to say that vanbrocklin doesn't belong there and that moon has better qualifications. The 2 QBs moon most resembles are marino and jurgenson both great passers who are in the hall mainly because they threw for a lot of yardage. Moon obviously isn't marino's equal but is comparable to jurgenson. Conclusion, moon deseves to get in the hall but barely. Maybe not on the first ballot.