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Running Back, Houston Texans

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College: Tennessee
Ht: 6’1”  Wt: 229 DOB: 1986-08-24 Age: 28
RB Rank Tier ADP-12
#1 1 1.02

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  RushingReceiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Att Yard Avg TDTarget Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2009 HOU 6 1 54 257 4.8 3 9 8 93 11.6 0 53.0 8.8
2010 HOU 16 13 326 1,614 5.0 16 84 66 604 9.2 2 329.8 20.6
2011 HOU 13 13 278 1,224 4.4 10 72 53 617 11.6 2 256.1 19.7
2012 HOU 16 0 351 1,411 4.0 15 58 40 217 5.4 2 264.8 16.6
2012 (Projected) HOU     339 1,526 4.5 13   74 635 8.6 2 306.1  

2014 Outlook
Depth Chart
After being an undrafted free agent out of Tennessee in 2009, Foster has emerged as not only the top rated fantasy running back in 2012 but also as a contender for the title of the league’s top player at his position. Although a hamstring injury caused him to miss two and a half games and he sat out Week 17, Foster still managed to finish the season as the 4th ranked running back in total fantasy points and 1st on a per game basis. If you want consistency, Foster also provides that, having reached double-digit fantasy points in 27 of his last 31 games. Are there concerns? Sure. The team lost two starters along the offensive line (Eric Winston and Mike Brisiel), Foster signed a lucrative long term contract and backup Ben Tate proved he was worthy of touches as he came within 58 yards of topping 1,000 rushing yards. While Tate is good, Foster is clearly the Texans go to player on offense and it is worth noting that Tate was barely used in the team’s two playoff games last season and averaged less than ten touches per game when Foster was healthy. It’s a no-brainer, folks. If you have the 1st selection in your fantasy draft, Foster is your pick.

Fan. Tm. Player
RB1RB1 Arian Foster
RB2RB2 Jonathan Grimes
RB3RB3 Alfred Blue
RB4RB4 Ronnie Brown
RB5RB5 Jay Prosch
Texans Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Injury Foster, Johnson return to practice for Texans     -- Wed Aug 13 10:45 am --

Both battling hamstring injuries
The Texans had some familiar faces back on Wednesday morning. Inside linebacker Brian Cushing returned to the active roster off the physically unable to perform list. Running back Arian Foster and wide receiver Andre Johnson also returned to practice after missing two weeks due to hamstring injuries. (ESPN)

FF Today's Take: The Texans have been hush-hush about the true nature of Foster's injury but it's expected to be of the hamstring variety. No word yet on if either Foster or Johnson will play in Houston's second preseason game against the Falcons on Saturday.
Texans release three running backs     -- Mon Aug 11 7:00 pm --

Grimes and Blue will backup Foster
The Texans have released running backs Andre Brown, Dennis Johnson and Tim Cornett. Brown, 27, was expected to be Arian Foster’s backup this season. Cornett attended North Shore High School and was a longshot to make the team. (Houston Chronicle)

FF Today's Take: Jonathan Grimes and rookie Alfred Blue passed Brown on the depth chart during camp and become the immediate backups to Foster. Grimies rushed for 73 yards, 1 TD and hauled in 6 catches for 76 yards in two games last season.
Injury HOU hopeful Foster can play return Saturday     -- Mon Aug 11 4:20 pm --

Team optimistic about Andre Johson's return as well
Arian Foster (hamstring) and Andre Johnson (hamstring) again missed practice Monday. But the duo put in hard work on a side field while rehabbing from injuries and coach Bill O’Brien said he’s hopeful they can play Saturday against Atlanta at NRG Stadium. “I’ve spoken to both those guys. They’re doing better,” O’Brien said. “It’s a long season and our trainers are doing a great job with them. But it seems like they’ve improved and hopefully they can do something this week.” (Houston Chronicle)

FF Today's Take: As Houston showed in its preseason opener, its offense doesn't stand much of a chance without its two stars. Foster is very much a risk-reward RB2 that is coming off season-ending back surgery and has dealt with hamstring issues before. His owners would be wise to make a move for Jonathan Grimes just in case of a setback. Johnson's value figures to take a slight hit with Ryan Fitzpatrick as his quarterback, but he is still more than a serviceable fantasy WR2 at age 33.
Injury Foster, Johnson remain out of practice     -- Tue Aug 5 11:45 am --

Neither Texans' star has been ruled out against Arizona
Andre Johnson, Arian Foster, Brian Cushing, Jadeveon Clowney, Brandon Brooks, Johnathan Joseph and Louis Nix III were among those inactive during the 10th day of training camp. Texans coach Bill O’Brien said the team hasn’t officially ruled anyone out yet for the team’s preseason debut Saturday at Arizona. (Houston Chronicle)

FF Today's Take: Johnson (hamstring) has been out of practice since July 28th while the details of Foster's injury remain unclear. Foster admitted yesterday that he considered retirement after last season's back injury. His injury risk continues to rise in the minds of fantasy owners and only a return to the practice field in the coming days will stop his expected ADP slide.
Injury Arian Foster back on the sidelines Friday     -- Fri Aug 1 12:15 pm --

“It’s kind of a day-to-day thing. It’s nothing serious"
Running back Arian Foster, who’s presumably dealing with a strained hamstring - neither he nor the team has yet confirmed that’s his injury - returned to a spectating role Friday after having participated in a full practice Wednesday. He’d already missed two workouts and part of a third earlier this week. "He’s doing OK," coach Bill O’Brien said. "It’s kind of a day-to-day thing. It’s nothing serious. I would assume - (but) guess you can’t assume anything - he’d be back pretty soon." (Houston Chronicle)

FF Today's Take: Since we don't have confirmation on what exactly the injury to Foster is, it's hard to analyze the situation from a fantasy perspective. What we do know is Foster has a lot of wear and tear on his tires and missed eight games last season with a back injury. He's coming off the board early in Round 2 as RB8 with a boatload of injury risk.
Injury Arian Foster returns to practice     -- Wed Jul 30 10:30 am --

Texans RB missed two practices
But O’Brien willingly acknowledged Wednesday how important Arian Foster is to the team’s success in 2014. The star running back resumed action after missing two practices due to injury. “We put him back in there (Wednesday) and he ran some plays, did a good job,” O’Brien said. (Houston Chronicle)

FF Today's Take: The Texans were very hush-hush about Foster's injury and called it "minor". It's good to see him back on the practice field as he is expected to be a big part of the Texans offense this season.
Injury Foster, Johnson out with "minor" injuries     -- Tue Jul 29 1:00 pm --

Texans missing top two offensive weapons
It took just three days for injuries to limit the Texans’ offense. Veteran wide receiver Andre Johnson tweaked his right hamstring Monday during practice, while star running back Arian Foster was held out of action. Coach Bill O’Brien said both injuries were minor. The team has not revealed what is affecting Foster, who has not spoken with the media since offseason workouts began and again denied an interview request Monday. (Houston Chronicle)

FF Today's Take: This isn't much of a surprise. Foster has dealt with nagging injuries for the past couple years and its widely known that players missing off-season work tend to find themselves injured during camp at an increased rate. Just how "minor" these injuries are remains to be seen.

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