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As the kicker for the Tennessee Titans, Rob Bironas' job sometimes means winning the game with just his foot. However, it also means sitting around for a majority of the game waiting for his moment.

So what exactly does a kicker do during the three-plus hours that his teammates are on the field? We recently sat down with Bironas to find out.

On staying loose...

"When I start warming up, I always kick from the 42 or 43 yardline and take my first kicks, trying to make it land on the crossbars. It’s a little game I play."

Playing head cheerleader...

"Most of all, above everything else, I pay attention to the game. I like watching us win. I love that. That's probably No. 1."

Speaking of cheerleaders...

"I always watch the cheerleaders do their dances."

On taunting the cops ...

"I like to mess with the cop on the sidelines at home games. One officer is always in my warm-up area. I like giving him a hard time. I try to hit his dispatch button a lot, because if I hit it, they call back asking him what he wanted. That’s always fun to do."

On taunting others in game...

"The guy that does the clocks – the time outs. He wears those big orange ovenmit looking gloves. He always puts one behind his back so they can only see one. I always try to snag it off his arm, because you can't wave two of them if he's not wearing two of them. I like messing with people on the sidelines, in a good sense of humor, though."

Gets his drink on ...

"I drink a lot of energy drinks ... I like to be hyped up and sparked up."

Gets tattooed ...

"I always have to put on my "Say I Won't" tattoo. Say I can't do something ... know I will do it."

Oh, right, and about those kicks...

"I am 150% focused when I am on the field," he says. "Nothing can get in my zone. Nothing can get in my head. But when I'm not on the field, I can't stay that focused for three and a half or four hours. That's a lot of concentration."