Arian Foster was not fully healthy heading into last week’s game against the Miami Dolphins, and yet he found paydirt on two separate occasions.
The key was the ability of Matt Schaub to dissect a Miami defense that has struggled in the past against solid receivers.
Andre Johnson would fit the bill as he redeemed himself after all of the previous injuries he has gone through. Johnson was targeted 10 times, and hauled in eight passes for 119 yards and 1 TD.
Owen Daniels was projected to be a bust this season, and he made Miami look like they always do against tight ends (lost since they have always struggled).
Daniels brought in 4 passes for 87 yards , which opened up the ground game for Foster and Ben Tate.
Tate shockingly only toted it 5 times for 6 yards, which is a bit of a surprise since Houston was winning the entire game.
He did however catch 3 passes for 22 yards, but the Texans have one of the better lines in the NFL thanks to their zone-blocking schemes.
Production and cons...