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Sharing the Wealth
Peter King
December 16, 1991
Quarterback Warren Moon has done a good job of spreading the ball among his wide receivers in the Houston Oilers' 14 games this season. On average, Moon has attempted at least six passes a game to each of his four targets—Haywood Jeffires, Ernest Givins, Drew Hill and the platoon of Curtis Duncan and Tony Jones.
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December 16, 1991

Sharing The Wealth

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Quarterback Warren Moon has done a good job of spreading the ball among his wide receivers in the Houston Oilers' 14 games this season. On average, Moon has attempted at least six passes a game to each of his four targets—Haywood Jeffires, Ernest Givins, Drew Hill and the platoon of Curtis Duncan and Tony Jones.

There would be a smaller gap between Givins and the other receivers in the pass-distribution chart below if Givins hadn't spent five games getting banged around returning punts—which cut into his playing time at receiver.

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

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