This is a serious thread and I would really appreciate your input. If there was a book that came out about the Houston Oilers (1960-96) and it related to a where have you gone? format, would you buy it? Of course, it would cover some of the more notable star players (Dan Pastorini, Robert Brazile, etc.) and some of the lesser known players (Dalva Allen, Mike Renfro, etc). The format would basically intertwine their careers, on the field and off the field. Plus, it would have some of their most memorable moments as an Oiler. I was fan of the Oilers growing up in the mid-70s and I was very disappointed that they moved to Tennessee. I still followed them because of Bruce Matthews, Eddie George and Steve McNair, etc. but it was not the same. Now, I am a rejuvenated fan of the Houston Texans and have been since they first started talking about bringing a team back to Houston. It's really kind of sad that the Oilers are just a footnote to AFL/NFL history in a sense. I know the Titans have done well with the move, but they hardly acknowledge their roots anymore. And the Texans want to make their own history, which I understand. Nevertheless, I would appreciate a yes or no and I welcome any comments. Thanks.