Neil Rackers is such a man

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  1. ts4texans

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    I was at bdubs watching the game the other week against the browns and I get text updates from the game on my phone and one of them that I got said rackers kicked a 92 yard fg and it was good. i snapped a pic of it from my iphone haha. just thought it was funny and i had to share.
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    When Chuck Norris needs three points, he calls Neil Rackers.
     
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    Not only did he kick it 92 yards and through the uprights, he blew out the entire east end zone at Reliant. 15,000 people were killed, and Japan lost an island. :polevault:
     
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    Dutchrudder COOL BEANS!

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    Neil Rackers doesn't kick field goals, he just scares the ball into jumping out of his way.
     
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    Brilliant comment. That made me laugh out loud.
     
  6. ts4texans

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    haha same here, everyone just looked at me like i was an ***** i was laughing so hard, then i showed them and they realized haha.
     
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    Gus the Kicking Mule kicked 100 yard field goals.
     

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