Playoff Fever: The Hottest Women from This Year's Texans Slideshows

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There's a lot of downtime before and during an NFL game. Luckily there's a lot to attract the eye during those non-action periods.

In honor of the Texans and their fans, who this weekend will see their first NFL playoff game involving a Houston team since 1993, we present the following hotties from our weekly slideshows of Texan home games this season.

The first photo is by Groovehouse; the others are by Marco Torres.

8. Women displaying meat products
We can think of nothing to say about this picture.

7. Hook `Em Horns
Shake it like a Polaroid picture.

6. Thumbs up
Dude, no matter what you think, you ain't getting none.

5. Honoring those who serve
Although they'd probably rather be honored by getting serviced.

4. A nice pair
We mean the pairing of pretty women with beer, of course.

3. Forgivable?
You could close your eyes and think of Texas, we suppose, but why would you want to close your eyes?

2. Battle red
Whip your hair.

1. Winning smile
Let's hope she's wearing it Saturday evening.

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