Texans info: Arian Foster's TD ritual

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  1. cland

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    For those who don't know what it's called when Arian Foster gets into the endzone, drops the ball, holds his hands in front of his chest and bows, it's called:

    Namaste
     
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    Next he is going to implement "downward dog".
     
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    Awesome. Thanks for the info. I was wondering why people were posting "Namaste" after every Foster TD.

    If he keeps the current pace he's on with scoring TD, his "Namaste" will soon rival LT "teardrop" trademark TD celebration.

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    i saw smith do it out there as well after a tackle or sack.
     
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    So that's what LT was doing ooooohhhhhhhh! Foster being a former philosophy major, I can understand why he does the namaste. Its actually good because he's showing respect for the game and the fans by bowing to the football gods.
     

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