Man, I can’t believe Parcells didn’t use that to make fun of Bledsoe’s masculinity.
I mean, sure, he was probably named for Steve McQueen, who was extremely tough and manly. So you could make fun of him not living up to the name. Or you could emphasize the “Queen” part, which seems to be more Parcell’s style, as he made fun of Terry Glenn’s first name being girlish.
Or maybe I’m way off.
Still, “Steve McQueen” just sounds tougher, with “McQueen” as a surname. But as a given name, “McQueen” just sounds wussy to me.