Man, I loved Steve McNair. That guy came out on the field and gave it everything. If it was 3rd and 6 and everyone was covered on a called pass play, Steve would just go out and get it himself. He was the epitome of a team player. He would take the lick to move the ball. Steve is absolutely my favorite kind of quarterback and I've always been proud to have him in Tennessee. Let's look at this recent decision, though. First off, let me say that I realize the business side of things and I fully understand that money makes the world go 'round.... but how much money does it take to make the world go 'round? Is it $1 million dollars? How about $5 million dollars? What about $10 million? With $10 million you could earn around $400,000 per year in interest if you had it all invested wisely... Let's get up to a realistic level... $50 million dollars. The Titans have paid McNair $50 million dollars. 50 times more than any jerk who won Survivor ever got. This is enough money to take someone off the farm in Mississippi and set them, their children, their grand children and their great grandchildren up for life with the right financial advice. Not only set them up, but make them extremely wealthy. Yeah, sure, you're not Bill Gates, but you've got enough money to take care of a couple generations of your kin folk after you die. How much more do you need? Now we throw Vince Young into the equation. McNair had a choice to mentor a young man who is apparently very important to him. He's been called a father figure to Young. Young even referred to him as "pop" or something like that in a recent interview. This seems like an ideal situation. Start for one, possibly two more years, teach your protege... the guy everyone says will be the future Steve. The evolution of Steve. How much is that worth to you? Are you really concerned about the third generation you might support? So your choice is to stick around, help Vince kick off his career in style, take a slight credibility hit (maybe) and give props to the colors who have supported you for 11 years or go to your most hated enemy, dump your protege and pocket a little extra cash.... you choose the latter? I'm very disappointed. I can't believe that I had to sit and watch you hold up the purple and black. Everything that you fought against. Just so you could pocket a little extra cash. That is pitiful Steve. You should be ashamed. God bless the Bus.