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No NFL Fantasy Football owner wants to lose their first game of the season. Just like no NFL team wants to lose their first game of the year either. It just leaves a sour taste in your mouth, as it does for all teams. But fantasy owners and NFL teams should do one smart thing on Sunday and sit star running back Arian Foster when his Houston Texans take on the Miami Dolphins.
Isn’t it obvious?
Foster was the No. 1 RB taken off the boards in almost every single fantasy football draft this year. He was the top pick overall in many leagues, and it is well warranted. No running back – when healthy – is as explosive as Foster, both as a runner and a receiver out of the backfield. You can make a case for Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens and Lesean McCoy of the Philadelphia Eagles, but in the end, Foster is the best.
That is why he should not play in the Texans’ season opener at home against the Dolphins Sunday afternoon.
Foster tweaked his knee during practice this week, and sat out of all...
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During this, our 1st week of the NFL regular season. The Houston Texans host the Miami Dolphins and rookie QB Ryan Tannehill to start the year. During the 2011 campaign the Texans made the playoffs for the 1st time, won a playoff game for the 1st time, and tallied and franchise record 44 sacks along with setting many other defensive records last year. Now they look to not only build...
Houston Texans running back Arian Foster was held out of practice today as a precaution after suffering what is being called a minor knee injury.
According to a report by Texans beat writer John McClain, Foster was held out of a quarter of practice due to a sore knee, but the team believes he will be fine for Sunday’s opener against the Dolphins.
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Texans running back Arian Foster left practice early Thursday with a sore knee, according to the Houston Chronicle.Fantasy Spin:Foster's injury is not believed to be serious. Houston coach Gary Kubiak sent Foster to the locker room as a precaution and he thinks he'll be able to play Sunday.
According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Texans running back Arian Foster left practice early on Thursday with some soreness in his knee.
“Running back Arian Foster and outside linebacker Brooks Reed left practice early today because of injuries.
“Neither is believed to be serious, however, both were added to the injury report as being limited in practice,” wrote...
Texans running back Arian Foster and Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch are both expected to play today. Houston maintains Foster will test the knee he injured Thursday in practice but sources have told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Foster will start.
Despite being listed...
It has been a week filled with nervousness for fantasy footballers who own Arian Foster (trust me I am one of them) but there is some good news on the Foster front today as the ESPN.com's Adam Schefter is reporting that the Houston Texans running back is expected to play Sunday against the Dolphins as long as he gets through pre-game warmups ok.
Just a few short days ago,...
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Houston Texans running back Arian Foster will play in their Week One contest against the Miami Dolphins. Schefter writes via his Twitter feed, "Texans running back Arian Foster is expected to play today, though Houston wants to test him in pregame warmups first." Source: Adam Schefter via Twitter Attached Thumbnails
According to Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com, both linebacker Brooks Reed and running back Arian Foster will be game time decision for the Texans on Sunday.
#Texans HC Gary Kubiak said OLB Brooks Reed (hip) and RB Arian Foster (knee) are both game-time decisions for Sunday vs. #Dolphins.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) September 7, 2012
Foster did say that he expects to play, per...
HOUSTON (AP) -- Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak says running back Arian Foster and linebacker Brooks Reed sat out Friday's practice and will be "game-time" decisions for the season opener against Miami.
Foster, the NFL.'s leading rusher in 2010, has a sore knee and Reed has a sore hip. Kubiak is "optimistic" that both players will be ready, but he'...
Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak says running back Arian Foster and linebacker Brooks Reed sat out Friday's practice and will be ''game-time'' decisions for the season opener against Miami.
Foster, the NFL.'s leading rusher in 2010, has a sore knee and Reed has a sore hip. Kubiak is ''optimistic'' that both players will be ready, but he'...
Running back Arian Foster and outside linebacker Brooks Reed left practice early today because of injuries, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Neither is believed to be serious, however, both were added to the injury report as being limited in practice.
Arian has a sore knee, and Brooks has a sore hip, Texans coach Gary Kubiak said. They missed the last quarter...
The Houston Texans routed the Miami Dolphins 30-10 in NFL week 1 action. Although, no one stood out with a memorable individual performance the Texans overcame a slow start. The defensive line played well, Schaub looked decent in his first start since his foot injury a season ago. Arian Foster only had 79 yards but scored two crucial touchdowns. The Miami Dolphins played well in...
For the entire summer, a topic that seemed to come up a lot among Texans fans was the idea of trading running back Ben Tate, who almost rushed for 1,000 yards in a backup role last year. Most state the reason because they will lose him for nothing in a couple of years anyway, due to being stuck behind Arian Foster.
On paper, that sounds true, but one has to remember that Tate was...
HOUSTON (AP) -- Arian Foster had two touchdown runs, Matt Schaub threw a TD pass to Andre Johnson, and Houston's defense dominated rookie Ryan Tannehill and Miami in the Texans' 30-10 win over the Dolphins on Sunday.
Tannehill threw three interceptions in a stunning 6-minute stretch late in the first half, and the Texans opened impressively in what they believe can be a...