I don't think Chow implied McNair did EVERYthing his way. He wasn't specific to what those areas were which is key to understanding whether it did or didn't impact the success of the offense any more than not having enough receiver talent, a running game, etc. I think it was the Seahawk game where Chow put McNair back into the shotgun for most of the game. I remember at one point Chow saying he wanted to let McNair do what he did best and turned him loose. To me, the Chow offense was almost anti-McNair. Back when the talk started about adding the three-step drops to protect McNair, it threw a red flag up for me because McNair has never been at his best standing in the pocket making pinpoint passes. It's just not his game. From the sound of things, the entire Titans offense was designed to protect McNair. But I think that mindset actually worked against the success of an offense with few weapons and the teams best offensive weapon (McNair) by handcuffing him.