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Texans-Titans: The 10 Best Playoff-Clinching Rapper Tweets

Houston has a professional football team. That professional football team is called the Houston Texans. A lot of people like them; some are rappers.

The Internet has several forms of social media; one is called Twitter. A lot of people use it. Some of them are rappers.

Like last week and every other week prior, we perused Twitter during Sunday's mollywhopping contest against the Titans and grabbed the ten best tweets from the aforementioned rappers on the aforementioned social-media platform.

Malibooyah.

10. Paul Wall, slow and steady

I wish that, just for one day, Wall would tweet nothing but similes. That might be the greatest thing of all things.

9. Delo

8. Sherro

7. One Hunnidt

6. Slim Thug

Can we all just agree that Slim Thug is THE BEST? Like, it should really be mandatory that his name be typed "Slim Thug: THE BEST." Let's all do that from now on.

5, 4, 3. Jack Freeman

If there's a God in Heaven, Trae and Z-Ro are already remixing their track "Slap On Sight," swapping out the "slap" for "swat."

2. Wade Phillips

Wade Phillips, defensive coordinator of the Texans, is funny. He's good for at least one rub-your-nose-in-it tweet after every victory.

1. One Hunnidt

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