Watch Texans Race For Olympic Gold In Hilarious Touchdown Celebration

Houston Texans running back Lamar Miller

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Another week, another memorable touchdown celebration in the NFL.

During the second quarter of the Texans’ game against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, Houston running back Lamar Miller caught a 7-yard TD pass from quarterback Tom Savage. Upon entering the end zone, Miller handed the ball off to wideout DeAndre Hopkins, thus kicking off a glorious, Olympic-style relay race.

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Here’s the “race” from another angle:

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Not bad, Texans. Not bad.

But how does this stack up with some of the other touchdown celebrations we’ve seen this year?

Well, it might be on par with the Pittsburgh Steelers’ hilarious “hide-and-seek” bit in Week 7. But it’s definitely not as good as the limbo celebration that the CFL’s Ottawa Redblacks performed last week.

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