Where does the "Que Dawg" rank in Oiler/Titans History?

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  1. CriticalTheory

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    Yea you know I stay dropping knowledge.
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  2. Gunny

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    I thought he was doing a retro version of the referee signal for a TD. :ha:
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    Yeah, there are quite a few stars in Omega Psi Phi, Shaquille O'neal and Steve McNair are the two that come to mind.
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    Don't forget about that PBS (Phi Beta Sigma)

    Blue!!!!!!! Phi!!!!!!
    You!!!!! Know!!!!

    Jerry Rice
    Emmitt Smith
    Willie Davis (HOF)
    Jackie Slater (HOF)
    Joey Porter
    Hines Ward

    Just to name a few
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  5. Puck

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    Ahhh, cool - that's my birthday

    ok, so the first time I met Steve I asked him about the "sign" he throws up and he said it meant 'Omega Man' - straight from the man himself
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  6. Puck

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    However, if Steve were to have played back in the 'ol Oilers Run and Shoot days (an offense better suited to Steve's persona) I think he would have eclipsed what Moon did.

    Not to take anything away from Moon, but Steve would've been a better pro had he been in an offense not controlled by Jeff Fisher's conservative style of play - imo
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    I agree in principle. I'm just not one who thinks in a "alternative universe" sort of way. I do like McNair more though.
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  9. Puck

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    thanks Kami, I like to look at "all things being equal"

    if you were to put Moon into a Jeff Fisher '95 lame-duck situation, I think he would crumbled under the intense pressure of suckdom

    hold on ,.... belay that

    Steve was a slinger in college and a freelance scrambler. 2 things that Jeff Fisher suppressed (to an extent). I always said that if Steve would have gone to Minnesota (which oddly I have a Steve McNair rookie card of him in a Vikings uni) he woulda put up silly ,ridiculous, Favre-esque / Marino-esque stats ... there I said it

    Steve McNair was a wild stallion and Jeff turned him into a Tennesee walking Horse and never put substantial receiving ptions at his disposal (see Randy Moss). Really, Moon had some talent at WR. and at Steve's best he had a possession receiver (Mason). the only downfield threat Steve ever really had at his disposal was Chris Sanders and he couldn't catch a cold nude in a snowstorm


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  10. Canadian Titan

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    MAC DADDY #1
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    Now if MAC can win a title, he will be the clear number 1 of Oilers/Titans!
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