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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titans Insider, Oct 12, 2012.
I think watching dog fighting would be fun, but thats just me....
Dog fighting is fun, that is until you kick the dog that bit off your dogs left ear, then the guy whos dog you just punted 10 feet pulls a knife on you.
Did you even watch McNair play? I think its pretty clear the answer is now, now more than ever.
Those "couple years" he was good, want to know why? Because coach numnuts kept running a mule into the ground for 3 yards and expected McNair to bail him out on every 3rd down because they didnt know how to call a game. 3 yards and a cloud of dust, and a strong defense.Those years he "was good", was because 3/4 of our secondary was injured, and we were forced into a passing game. What did the guy get? Co MVP Dont even get me started on how good he could have been if this franchise knew what a WR was. McNair didnt have a WR until Mason was finally able to play WR (which, by the way, turned out to be the best Titans WR, but didnt get to touch the field until injuries made it happen)
Throwing it 2 yards on 3rd and 10? Retarded statement, because he ran it, to get the first down. Without McNair, this team would have never been anything when it came to Nashville and you know what, it still isnt (one year aside when we had a monster defense)
McNair was not ready to be a starting QB his first season, probably his second either. However when he was given the chance, he threw the ball and did it well. Maybe not one of the top in the league throughout his career, but you need to know your Titans history a little better and realize that he wasnt given that chance. When it was given to him, he performed and exceeded expectations. Eventually, his body broke down. He should have just retired but like many vets, they go out in a bad way, not while they are on top.
I dont have a problem saying he is not the MJ of his profession. However the way you downplay McNair looks like someone who looked at a stat sheet, and made your opinion off of that.
He didnt earn his nickname "air McNair" by farting.
Farve was a "great" QB right?
Career passer rating
Yards per throw average
The sad truth is, we dont know how great McNair could have been but to downplay him is retarded.
All i can say is I hope you get what is coming to you.
Anyone that defends or would enjoy dogfighting is amongst the lowest of the low in my book.
Or he had a park for kids that many say they had times of their lives there and were never touched...
But it's not as if anyone would use petty lawsuits in America to get money from someone rich...
Its an animal for petes sake. I have never participated in it and don't plan on going out of my way to do so either but it doesnt really bother me. As long as no human is getting hurt I'd much rather see dogs do it to each other than humans. But its no different then watching people fight in UFC and street fights and what not.
As for McNairs character, do some research. Yes, he drank. Yes, he cheated on his wife (Hear about what she did to McNairs mom after his death, especially the papers given to her on the anniversary of his death??? Lovely woman)
UFC, and medical attention vs dog fights that fight or the death and receive no medical attention.
exactly the same!!!>........................................................
Seriously man??? what planet do you live on? Hows the weather there?
I cant even begin to tell you how stupid you sound sometimes.
Don't know how great he "COULD HAVE" been? What does that even mean?
You forgot something:
Favre Superbowls: 2
McNair Superbowls: 0
Favre career yards: 71,000
McNair career yards: 31,000
Favre Career TDs: 508
McNair Career TDs: 174
By now you see how silly this conversation is.