Rappers Predict Texans' First-Ever Playoff Run
Some rappers happen to be thoughtful, intelligent people. Every Monday that isn't a national holiday, Rocks Off will have some of them here discussing issues relevant to their culture.
This Week's Panel: Mic Skills, Kritikal, Young Sensation, Kiotti, Tawn P, Medicine Girl, Show, Aspiring A.D.D., Kyle Hubbard, C-Stone, Fat Pimp
Not Invited: Tony Romo
This Week's Prompt: Sunday, the Texans looked like world-beaters. So how will the season end for them this year?
Show: Hopefully with a playoff appearance. I'm hoping this is the year for us.
Tawn P: Texans won today. But every year they start off pretty good, then end up losing that momentum. Hope this season proves me wrong.
Kyle Hubbard: I think it's safe to assume the season will end with thousands of disappointed fans. I'll be fine though. I don't pick my team until the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. My team always wins. Give me the money.
C-Stone: First playoff appearance and maybe more. Legooooo.
A.D.D.: Texans will go 11-5. If we get past the first round, w're Super Bowl bound. And my album, The Aspiring Me, now comes out in January.
Fat Pimp: They're going to win their division, but the Cowboys will win it all.
Kiotti: Hope it doesn't end like Mike Jones' rap buzz. Who? I'm going to ride. Andre Johnson is my people. Super Bowl ambitions.
Medicine Girl: "Super Bowl" won't just mean a big bong for the Texans to hit this year. I predict a shot at the ring.
Kritikal: I see 11-5, AFC South champs. Lose in the second round of the playoffs.
Mic Skills: Texans make playoffs for the first time in franchise history... if they continue to play like this. P.S. Go Bears.
Young Sensation: We should win our division and go to the playoffs, first time in franchise history. It's ours to win this year.
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