Overall Ranking

127 '12 '11 '10
Games -- -- 16
Attempts -- -- 327
Rushing Yards -- -- 1616
100 Yard Games -- -- 8
Receptions -- -- 66
Receiving Yards -- -- 604
Total TDs -- -- 18
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Season Schedule

  • Week 1 - Sep 09

    MIA 10 @ HOU 30

  • Week 2 - Sep 16

    HOU 27 @ JAC 7

  • Week 3 - Sep 23

    HOU 31 @ DEN 25

  • Week 4 - Sep 30

    TEN 14 @ HOU 38

  • Week 5 - Oct 02

    HOU @ TEN

  • Week 6 - Oct 08

    HOU 23 @ NYJ 17

  • Week 7 - Oct 21

    BAL @ HOU

  • Week 8 - Oct 28

    bye

  • Week 9 - Nov 04

    BUF @ HOU

  • Week 10 - Nov 11

    HOU @ CHI

  • Week 11 - Nov 18

    JAC @ HOU

  • Week 12 - Nov 22

    HOU @ DET

    351 rushes

    1424 rush yards

    15 TDs

    40 receptions

    217 rec yards

    2 TDs

  • Week 1 - Sep 11

    IND 7 @ HOU 34

  • Week 2 - Sep 18

    HOU 23 @ MIA 13

  • Week 3 - Sep 25

    HOU 33 @ NO 40

  • Week 4 - Oct 02

    PIT 10 @ HOU 17

  • Week 5 - Oct 09

    OAK 25 @ HOU 20

  • Week 6 - Oct 16

    HOU 14 @ BAL 29

  • Week 7 - Oct 23

    HOU 41 @ TEN 7

  • Week 8 - Oct 30

    JAC 14 @ HOU 24

  • Week 9 - Nov 06

    CLE 12 @ HOU 30

  • Week 10 - Nov 13

    HOU 37 @ TB 9

  • Week 11 - Nov 20

    bye

  • Week 12 - Nov 27

    HOU 20 @ JAC 13

  • Week 13 - Dec 04

    ATL 10 @ HOU 17

  • Week 14 - Dec 11

    HOU 20 @ CIN 19

  • Week 15 - Dec 18

    CAR 28 @ HOU 13

  • Week 16 - Jan 01

    TEN 23 @ HOU 22

  • Week 1 - Sep 12

    IND 24 @ HOU 34

  • Week 2 - Sep 19

    HOU 30 @ WAS 27

  • Week 3 - Sep 26

    DAL 27 @ HOU 13

  • Week 4 - Oct 03

    HOU 31 @ OAK 24

    16 rushes

    131 rush yards

    1 TDs

    3 receptions

    56 rec yards

    1 TDs

  • Week 5 - Oct 10

    NYG 34 @ HOU 10

  • Week 6 - Oct 17

    KC 31 @ HOU 35

  • Week 7 - Oct 24

    bye

  • Week 8 - Nov 01

    HOU 17 @ IND 30

  • Week 9 - Nov 07

    SD 29 @ HOU 23

    27 rushes

    127 rush yards

    2 TDs

    4 receptions

    70 rec yards

    0 TDs

  • Week 10 - Nov 14

    HOU 24 @ JAC 31

  • Week 11 - Nov 21

    HOU 27 @ NYJ 30

  • Week 12 - Nov 28

    TEN 0 @ HOU 20

  • Week 13 - Dec 02

    HOU 24 @ PHI 34

  • Week 14 - Dec 13

    BAL 34 @ HOU 28

  • Week 15 - Dec 19

    HOU 17 @ TEN 31

  • Week 16 - Dec 26

    HOU 23 @ DEN 24

  • Week 17 - Jan 02

    JAC 17 @ HOU 34

  • Week 1 - Sep 13

    NYJ 24 @ HOU 7

  • Week 2 - Sep 20

    HOU 34 @ TEN 31

  • Week 3 - Sep 27

    JAC 31 @ HOU 24

  • Week 4 - Oct 04

    OAK 6 @ HOU 29

  • Week 5 - Oct 11

    HOU 21 @ ARI 28

  • Week 6 - Oct 18

    HOU 28 @ CIN 17

  • Week 7 - Oct 25

    SF 21 @ HOU 24

  • Week 8 - Nov 01

    HOU 31 @ BUF 10

  • Week 9 - Nov 08

    HOU 17 @ IND 20

  • Week 10 - Nov 15

    bye

  • Week 11 - Nov 23

    TEN 20 @ HOU 17

  • Week 12 - Nov 29

    IND 35 @ HOU 27

  • Week 13 - Dec 06

    HOU 18 @ JAC 23

  • Week 14 - Dec 13

    SEA 7 @ HOU 34

  • Week 15 - Dec 20

    HOU 16 @ STL 13

  • Week 16 - Dec 27

    HOU 27 @ MIA 20

  • Week 17 - Jan 03

    NE 27 @ HOU 34

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Arian Foster

Houston Texans

2009 - 2011 Statistics

                           RUSHING                            RECEIVING                            FANTASY


                            Rush    Yards    TD         Rec   Targets   Yards   TD         Tot Pts   Pts/Gm


2011 Stats         278    1274    10        53       72       617     2         256.1     19.7


2010 Stats         327    1616    16        66       84       604     2         330.0     20.6


2009 Stats           54     257      3          8         9       93     0          53.0       8.8


2008 Stats        


  

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2012 Pros and Cons

(+) Clear-cut best RB in fantasy


(+) Foster isn’t just a big back (6’1”, 229 lbs), but also has the skills to make him one of the few every-down RBs in the league


(+) Averaged nearly 100 yards rushing, four catches, 50 yards receiving and almost a TD per game (in 13 games)


(+) One of only a select few RBs that can catch 60+ passes a season while averaging 10 yards per catch


(+) Had 100+ yards rushing in 9 of 15 games last season (including playoffs)


(+) Had 100+ yards receiving in three games last season


(+) Finished the season on a hot streak with 552 yards, five TDs and four 100-yard games in his final four games (two reg. season/two playoffs). Lots of big plays!


(+) Had over 120 total yards in 11 of his 15 total games


(+) Scored at least one TD in 11 of his 15 total games


(–) Seems to be a bit injury-prone while running in a decidedly injury-prone offense


(–) Has only two seasons of work on his resume


(–) Is this guy to good to be true?

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Pros and Cons for 2011

(+) In 2010, Foster led the league in rushing yards, total yards and touchdowns


(+) Led the entire NFL (including quarterbacks) in fantasy points


(+) Had eight 100-yard games and seven multiple-TD games in 2010


(+) Foster isn’t just a big back (6’1”, 227 lbs) built for first- and second-down duty, he also has the receiving skills to make him one of the few every-down RBs in the league


(+) Went from an undrafted cast-off to a bona-fide fantasy RB1 in just one year


(+) Kubiak didn’t get canned by the Texans, so the offensive system will stay the same for at least one more year


(+) Steve Slaton hasn’t left the doghouse in two years while Ben Tate is coming off season-ending ankle surgery


(+) Overcame the stigma of having “fumble-itis” and only turned the ball over twice last season in 392 touches


(–) After having one of the most unlikely seasons in recent past, Arian will have a bull’s-eye on his back throughout 2011


(–) Despite his obvious high-end skills, Foster likely hit his ceiling in 2010, so don’t expect the same type of production two years in a row


 

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SOS - Houston Texans


 


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It’s a bit of a tough call as to who will emerge as the primary backup in Houston this year, but we're betting on Ben Tate winning the job over Derrick Ward.

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Arian Foster (@ArianFoster) can be followed on Twitter at:  http://twitter.com/ArianFoster


 


 


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Injury Report

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Foster revealed that he played the entire 2010 season with a torn meniscus in his knee, yet kept the injury hidden from the team.

The Positive: He had no trouble at all throughout the season despite the injury.

The Negative: Well, he DID have a torn meniscus.

The Conclusion: No worries. He had surgery on it in February and should be fine heading into 2011

Foster's woes continue

Running back Arian Foster, who came into the game dealing with a hamstring pull, started for the Texans but lasted just the first series before going to the locker room to be treated for a back injury.

He got hurt without touching the football.



Pyro's take: There was a good reason why we had Foster as the biggest bust candidate out there this season. He has not been able to play healthy at any point during the season, and once again he is dealing with multiple injuries.

The main reason why we could see this fall coming, was that Foster had 956 carries over the past 3 seasons. That takes a toll on anyone, and usually spells breakdown in the near future. Arian has taken a pounding over the last 3 years and it has finally caught up to his body.

11/04/13, 04:03 PM CST by Houdini
Source: blog.chron.com

Arian Foster expcts to play after Texans bye week

Arian Foster expects to be ready to play after the bye week when the Texans face the Indianapolis Colts on November 3. Foster had been dealing with a hamstring injury since practice last Thursday. He ended up leaving Sunday’s game against the Chiefs on the first offensive series after he re-aggravated the same injury while “cutting wrong.”

Heading into the bye week, Foster says the injury is coming along well.

Pyro's take: Foster is another player who has greatly benefited from a timely bye week. Arian will be leaned on heavily against the Colts in week 9, especially if Ben Tate is not able to back him up with his rib injury.

10/23/13, 05:54 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.houstontexans.com

Wanna buy a piece of Arian Foster?

Fantex Brokerage Servies is paying Texans running back Arian Foster $10 million for a 20 percent stake in his future earnings (contracts, endorsements, etc.) and then asking fans to invest, according to a report by ESPN’s Darren Rovell.

The company will begin taking reservations in the next two weeks and could be selling shares of Foster in as soon as a month depending on demand and progress with the Securities & Exchange Commission, ESPN reports.

It’s much like fantasy sports, except fans will be trading on Foster’s business value. If he does well on the field and companies become more interested in Foster as an endorser, his stock might go up. Fans can then buy and sell shares, with Fantex taking a commission. The company says it is hoping to acquire a future stake in athletes but does not have any other deals finalized at this time.

“Fantex is bringing sports and business together in a way never previously thought possible,” CEO Buck French said in a statement. “By building a marketplace that allows customers to buy shares in a tracking stock linked to the value and performance of an athlete’s brand, Fantex is enabling a new level of brand advocacy through ownership.”


Pyro's take: This may have been the craziest thing that I have stumbled upon in all my research this season. Are you kidding me??? There is now a company paying athletes for rights to their future earnings and then offsetting that by creating a stock market for these players that real people will invest in? That is nuts!!!

Especially since they hold all the cards by taking a commission on all shares bought or sold. Most likely they will prey on the people who just want to say they own a percentage of a player. I would also be concerned that they are the ones who are controlling and manipulating this BS stock market so that they recoup their money and then all of yours. Fantasy football is one thing; this is a disgrace, in my humble opinion.


10/17/13, 07:52 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: blog.chron.com

Gary Kubiak is optimistic about Foster for season opener

Gary Kubiak has said that starting the 2013 NFL season with a Monday game will give Arian Foster more time to work on his fitness.

The running back missed the Houston Texans' pre-season with calf and back injuries.

The team's head coach told reporters: "Obviously I don't think Arian is going to be a 30-carry guy opening night without camp.

"He got good work last week. This is going to be a good week for him because we've actually got two extra days that can get us a couple extra padded practices before we start our week. Us opening on Monday should be beneficial to Arian.

"We know Ben [Tate] is ready to go. He's had a great pre-season and between the two of them, we've got to do it well. We obviously have to sit there and have a plan for Arian, being his first time out."

Pyro's take: Foster has not played all preseason and is our number one bust candidate and has fallen out of our top ten at running backs. Kubiak said Foster is not going to see 30 carries, duh, he may be lucky to see 20 carries in week 1. Foster remains the biggest risk in the first round. Ben Tate is a nice prospect to pick up later in the draft.

08/31/13, 02:42 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.sportsmole.co.uk

Arian Foster remains off the field with nagging back soreness

Texans coach Gary Kubiak hoped Arian Foster would be back on the field Monday, but because of continued back soreness the running back won't be available.

"He's had some injections to try to alleviate some of the soreness," Kubiak said Sunday. "The way I understand it we're trying to [work through] the injection process."

Kubiak said Foster began getting injections the day before the Texans' first preseason game. As he understands it, those injections have caused some pain in Foster's legs. Asked if there was concern of nerve damage from a back injury, Kubiak said no.

"I'm not there yet because I see him work," Kubiak said when asked if he was worried Foster wouldn't be available Week 1. "I see what he's going through. I am concerned about repetitions. That's just me as a coach. ... We gotta do what we gotta do. We're trying to do the smart thing here...The running back picture is concerning," Kubiak said.

Foster first injured his calf during organized team activities and just when the injury healed, a back injury kept him on the physically unable to perform list. The Texans will re-evaluate Foster's status on Tuesday.

Pyro's take: This is just more bad news for Arian Foster who has been dealing with nagging injuries that have kept him off the field throughout training camp and the preseason. This is what it sounds like when a player is destined to have a breakdown season. First it was his calf that knocked him out, now he is getting injections for his back pain and on top of that, it has led to pain in his legs...this all says "Danger Danger Will Robinson!"

Foster is continuing to fall down my tiers and Ben Tate is moving up. The continuing news about Foster is only cementing our belief months ago that he is the biggest bust candidate out there this season.

08/18/13, 05:28 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: espn.go.com

Arian Foster come off PUP list but now dealing with a sore back

At the end of last week, Texans coach Gary Kubiak said that he expected running back Arian Foster to make his training camp practice debut on Sunday after starting camp on the PUP list because of a lingering calf injury.

The calf is holding up just fine, but Foster did not join his teammates on the field as planned on Sunday. Kubiak said, via the team, that Foster did not practice on Sunday because of a sore back.

Pyro's take: This is the type of news that helps to prove why we are not high on Foster this year and have him labeled as a major bust candidate for this season. This is the type of setback that Foster does not need, as these injuries, when occurring often in preseason, are a major red flag and usually rear their heads again at some point in time during the season, or the player will have to play through the pain all year. Neither of these options is good for Foster.

08/04/13, 12:45 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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