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Steve McNair: Fall of a Titan

By Sports Illustrated

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July 4, 2009. Former NFL quarterback Steve McNair is found murdered in his Nashville condo.  After just four days of investigating it was ruled a murder-suicide. But what if it wasn’t? Over the course of this nine-part series, we’ll guide you through the McNair case, reviewing the findings and re-examining crucial details in a new light.

Customer Reviews

Not up to the old SI standard

Back when the magazine had true writers in the mold of Frank Deford and others you had true journalism and an expectation of a story well told. You don’t get that here and the podcast (and the current state of the magazine) are not worthy of the mantle of “Sports Illustrated”. There are some interesting moments but, as has been repeated in other reviews, stand on hearsay, innuendo and salacious gossip. The sycophants around Steve’s mom have either an axe to grind or money to make. I’ll listen until the end just to see where it goes but at this point am sad that I tuned in in the first place.

Speculations galore

First episode..what a dud!

Because a retired cop, who wasn’t on the case, thinks a petite 20yo can’t fire a gun that the whole case is suspect? What? Conspiracy theory much? Has this cop not heard of children finding a family members gun and harming/killing themselves or their playmates?!?!?!

Missed opportunity to grip listeners

I was really excited to listen to this series, but episode one was a real disappointment. The show art features McNair, the title is about McNair, but few minutes in this episode spoke of McNair or the case, but moreso the episode focused on whether the PI that would be consulting the entire series storyline was credible or seeking personal gain. Not a strong way to open a series or engage listeners. Very unfortunate that I didn't end this episode excited for the next one.

Steve McNair: Fall of a Titan
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  • Category: Sports & Recreation
  • Language: English

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