2. Steve McNair
Back in the 1995 NFL Draft, the Houston Oilers took a guy by the name of Steve McNair, third overall, out of Alcorn State. He would go on to have a fantastic 13-year NFL career (11 with Houston/Tennessee) that featured some of the more enjoyable moments in Titans history.
McNair's best moment as a Titan came when he led the team to Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000, ultimately coming up just inches short -- and that's no exaggeration.
Following the Super Bowl appearance, though, McNair actually got even better. He would go on to enjoy some of the better seasons he's ever had in the coming years, including three-straight campaigns with over 3,000 passing yards and over 20 passing touchdowns.
Let's not forget McNair was also a threat with his legs, rushing for over 3,400 yards and totaling 36 rushing touchdowns during his time with the organization. He finished as the Titans' no. 2 all-time passer with 27,141 passing yards, 156 touchdowns and 103 interceptions.