For the longest time Steve "Air McNair" was the leader of the Tennessee Titans and a star in the league. But now since he is gone and retired, the NFL won't be the same this season. If I were starting a team, out of all the quarterbacks in the entire league I would have taken Air McNair. He is by far one of the toughest Quarterbacks to ever play the game. Between the years1997 and 2003, McNair only missed 9 games out of a possible 112 starts. Its funny how people say that McNair will not be a sure bound Hall of Famer. A Three Time Pro Bowler, 2003 Co-MVP of the league(sharing the award with Peyton Manning), 2003 All Pro Selection, on the Cover of SI in 1994 "Hand him the Heisman", and one of three Quarterbacks in NFL History to rush for over 3,000 yards and throw for more than 30,000 in his career. All I am trying to say is if you go by numbers and what a guy did on the field for a team that never had an offensive threat at WR, and not winning a super bowl, and playing through injuries while still having a winning record as a starter, then in my opinion Steve McNair is first ballot hall of famer by far.