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Once upon a time, in the city of Houston, there was a football team called the Texans. The team was struggling on the field and off the field, with controversies surrounding their executive leadership. One of these executives was Jack Easterby, who was known for his shady tactics and his questionable moral character.

Enter NickGB and ET80, a die-hard Texans fan and a die-hard Packers fan who had had enough of Easterby's shenanigans. They decided to form a prayer group, not to ask for divine intervention, but to mock and ridicule Easterby in the eyes of the football gods.

The prayer group met every week, and their chants echoed throughout the city. "Jack Easterby, go away, we don't want you here to stay!" they would shout. They even came up with a prayer that went something like this: "Dear Lord, we pray that you give Jack Easterby a one-way ticket to Cleveland, and may he never return to Houston again!"

The Texans management initially ignored the prayer group, thinking that they were just a bunch of crazed fans. But as the losses piled up, they began to take notice. It wasn't long before they realized that the prayer group was onto something, and they started to fear the power of their chants.

One day, during a game, NickGB and ET80 led the prayer group in a loud and boisterous chant that could be heard across the stadium. Suddenly, a bolt of lightning struck the field, and Easterby was hit by a rogue football that had been kicked by the opposing team.

As Easterby lay on the ground, groaning in pain, the Texans fans erupted in cheers. It was then that the management realized that the prayer group had been right all along. They fired Easterby on the spot, and the fans celebrated with a massive party outside the stadium.

NickGB and ET80 were hailed as heroes, and their chants became legendary. The Texans renamed themselves and were called the Houston Prayers, and they went on to win the Super Bowl that year under the leadership of former Team Captain Demeco Ryans

As for Easterby, he ended up in Cleveland, just as the prayer group had predicted. But he never forgot the power of their chants, and he spent the rest of his days providing deep tissue massages to Deshaun Watson. The extent of those massages is currently unknown.


In case anyone was really wondering how what seemed so far fetched only years ago was able to come to fruition in such a short time frame. Here's the REAL story. You're welcome Texans fans. God speed! ❤️

Edited by Nick_gb
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