Houston Oilers jersey game used by quarterback Warren Moon is photo-matched to January 16th 1994 - the AFC divisional championship game which was also Moon's last as a member of the Oilers. Powder blue beauty has Russel size 42 tag in collar along with felt "92" year tag and 100% Nylon flag tag; it is tagged for the 1992-93 season but definitively matched to 1993-94 season, so he most likely wore it for two seasons. Spectacular example is all original with great use including scuffs, burns, five team repairs, and pilling. Moon's number 1 is screen painted on front, back, and sleeves in white-on-red; name is sewn on a plate above the rear number. After winning the AP Offensive Player of the Year award in 1990, Moon was considered one of the game's top QBs with high expectations in particular entering the '93 schedule. After a slow start, the Oilers ran off 11 straight wins to close the regular season and were projected as serious Super Bowl contenders. That was until they met Joe Montana's Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional championship game; Houston built an early 10-0 advantage but was unable to hold the lead as KC rallied to a 28-20 win. The following season, Moon was traded to the Minnesota Vikings. Comes with a letter from the Oilers' equipment manager and LOA from Resolution Photomatching confirming the ResMatch!