The 10 Best Titans-Texans Rapper Tweets

The 2014 Houston Texans have a new coach, new players, new hope and the same dedicated fan base of Houston-based rappers. As in years past, they took to Twitter on game day to comment on the home team's gridiron action.

Rocks Off read their tweets when we had time to look away from the Texans' virtual highlight reel of a win, a lopsided drubbing of the poor ol' Tennessee Titans. The last time the word "blowout" was uttered anywhere near NRG Stadium someone's Michelins were littering the 610 Loop and Kirby with tread. The team set franchise record after franchise record in this play-it-because-it's-on-the-schedule contest.

No one enjoyed it more than the long suffering fans of Section 139, many of whom are lifetime season ticket holders who've sat through a few Texans highs and a lot more lows over the years. Here are some of their happy, smiling faces direct from game day and all the good vibes from our regular Tweeters.

10. Fitzmagic With a Career Day

9. You May Be My Boy, Blue, But Arian Is the Man

8. A Star In the Making: Welcome to the Nuk Age

7. J. Jo and Manning, Just Like 2012

6. Practice? We're Talkin' About Practice???

5. @_jackfreeman Realizing the Practice Squad Is Better Than Tennessee

More tweets on the next page.

4. J.J.M.V.P.

3. Titans, You Ain't Got the Answers

2. We Interrupt This Ass-Whoopin' For This Special Report...

1. That Time Fitz, @Nukdabomb, @JJWatt & Company Tried to Break the Internet


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