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‘Steve McNair: A Football Life’ airs Wednesday

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    JUST MADE ME REALIZE WHAT A NANCY BOY LOCKER IS!!!!11!1


    JK... Excellent show. Very sad. I miss him.
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  2. JCBRAVE Welcome to my world, now sit down and listen up

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    Now its LP Field. What a freaking lousy name for a stadium
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  3. titansrule00000 Starter

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    Man I miss McNair he was a warrior! I hate that he didn't get to retire as a Titan!
  4. Titans Eternal Got the swagger of a cripple

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    GoT Strength and Honor

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    blame Buss Cook
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  5. corymiller New Era Connoisseur

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    I don't think we truly understand what Steve meant to this franchise.

    RIP Steve. You're the epitome of what being a Titan means.

    We miss you.
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  6. nickmsmith has the most poverty RB corp.

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    Ya The whole lockout thing was such a show. Well planned out to get people in a tizzy.


    Was McNair worth the 20 mil/3 year contract he got? He was mediocre at best at that point. He had Bob sanders syndrome from 2004-05. No way he needed to stick around, in hindsight. If the person we had drafted not been such a waste of space, we'd have forgotten about this by now.

    In 2006-2007, was McNair going to lead us anywhere? Absolutely not. It was best for every party for him to move along. If you love Steve, you should be glad he got to play playoff football at least one more season. He wasn't gonna do it with the titans.

    I wish McNair would've finished his career here, but a lot, if not most great qbs end up finishing elsewhere. Manning, favre (had a much uglier split than this), Montana. It happens, and we're taking it harder than colts fans who actually had a consistently great QB for a decade.

    The ravens seem to have crappyQBitis like we do, luckily for them, theyve always got the rb and defense that is championship material.

    I've been "over" Air since he had the ravens rally in Nashville. For charity or not.. I was done with him. I don't think that little douche, Favre, would even have the balls to go into green bay and have a Vikings rally. Especially after retirement and knowing you'll always be remwmbered for your original team.
    He died 7 mos later, so unfortunately, that's my last memory of his life.


    “It can't be so. I’m speechless for the first time. For all my 36 years of living I’m speechless,” former Titans receiver Chris Sanders said. “But if it’s for charity, well, I’m still speechless, because of the way that Ray Lewis hit him [in the 2000 playoff game]… I’m looking for the cameras [in my house] to say, ‘Gotcha, Chris.’”
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  7. nickmsmith has the most poverty RB corp.

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    BTW: fun fact, unrelated. Who did we get for that 4th round pick we got from Baltimore???










    A: Chris Davis. Bah.
  8. corymiller New Era Connoisseur

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    Yet another wasted draft pick under the fisher regime
  9. TitansWillWin2 Starter

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    The main reason I became I Titans fan was b/c they had more heart and played with more passion than any other team. And that was b/c mcnair and george brought so much intensity that it was contagious! This is what this team has been lacking ever since!
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