Found August 26, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Battle of the heavyweights here Sunday. When it was mostly first-teamers versus first-teamers through the first half the score was the rejuvenated Saints (with some frisky new pups on defense) 17 Texans (minus J.J. Watt and Arian Foster) 16. If the Saints can play defense they have a chance to play deep into January. If the Texans can get 16 games out of the idled Foster they can win the Super Bowl. Lots to focus on this week the last week of my preseason travels and roster-whittling time around the league: The Decision Rex Ryan wishes he could have back the OW and his friends in Jacksonville the ugly situation between ESPN and the NFL over the concussion story what the funky Eagles offense is going to look like. But let’s start here with Arian Foster the questionable man of the hour in the AFC pennant race … and in every fantasy football draft this week from coast to coast. I found him sitting on the counter of the Texans’ equipment room a half-hour after the Saints’ 31-23 win her...
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