There are few gestures that cross all social, culture, and economic barriers, but the middle finger is one of them. This weekend while his Tennessee Titans playing their best game of the year against the Buffalo Bills, Titans owner Bud Adams decided to add the universal signal to the cheer of the home crowd. Adams was fined $250,000 by the league for his actions, but he isn't the first or last sports figure to flip the bird at a game.

In honor of Adams' one finger, double-fisted salute, here's our list of the best middle fingers in sports caught on camera. From baseball to Formula 1 racing, we've got them covered, so stick it where the sun don't shine and enjoy...

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15. JOE NEDNEY, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS, 2007
• Life isn't easy for a kicker, no one really notices when you do well and fans are ready to castrate you when you miss any kick within 40 yards. Nedney didn't feel like losing his balls or pride so this subtle yet effective form of the gesture worked just fine.

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14. JOSE CANSECO, TORONTO BLUE JAYS, 1998
• Before becoming the biggest snitch in pro sports, Canseco was an ass clown both on the field and off, as seen in this pic.

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13. PAT BURRELL, PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES, 2006
• Baseball is full of hand gestures that only a sign language instructor would be able to interpret, but Pat decided to go with universal expression that takes only a split second to understand.

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1. BUD ADAMS, TENNESSEE TITANS OWNER, 2009
• Who said all NFL owners are boring billionaires with no personality or sense of humor? Bud put his own twist on the home crowd's cheer in this clip.

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