You think a homeless team is going to build a Super Bowl contender??? C'mon... And that was damned good considering the situation. He took over a terrible Oilers team that quickly became homeless, wandering vagabonds. He was praised fror his 3 consecutive 8-8 seasons under the circumstances. In 2004, they were wiped out by probably the worst injury situation in NFL history (at least in recent history). This year they dumped a ton of veteran talent and were rebuilding. It's not like he led 2 Super Bowl caliber teams to a combined 9 wins... I said the Titans would have trouble competing in an uncapped year based on the market we play in. Revenue sharing helps a lot, but it's not going to save everyone in an uncapped year. The Titans are right in the middle of the league in terms or team revenue over the past few seasons, mainly because we have a new stadium with club seats and suites which has sold out every game. Will we continue to get sellouts? Based on the half-full Coliseum last year, I think there are some serious doubts about that. Additionally, as other teams with lower revenues get new stadiums, they will push ahead of us. That includes Indy for sure. The Giants and Jets will get TONS of new revenue whenever they get a new stadium. The Saints could move to LA that year for all we know. Plus, you'll also have owners with deep pockets who are willing to Steinbrenner their way to the Super Bowl. "Bottom Line" Bud won't be one of them if he sticks with his past spending habits (though you never know I guess). Even if he's willing to spend, he can't outbid guys like Danny Snyder or Jerry Jones.