Justin Tucker can do no wrong.

After the 24-year-old's record-breaking performance Dec. 16 against the Detroit Lions, in which he hit six field goals, Tucker is securely in the good graces of Baltimore fans.

So even when he "breaks into" Pimlico to pull off some trick shots, it's still hard to be mad at him.

As a promotion for the upcoming Preakness, the Pro Bowl kicker "snuck past security" and performed some neat stunts on the track's hallowed grounds. He knocks down a pile of cups on the first try, destroys a beer pyramid and even makes off with a sign.

Tucker played soccer growing up, and you can see him using some of those skills in these tricks:

Tucker, who went undrafted in 2012, is entering his third year in the NFL as a Super Bowl champion and a Pro Bowler. He also holds franchise records for longest field goal (61 yards) and most points scored in a single season (140).