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Texans' Winning Plan: Let Foster Run

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So the Texans ran Arian Foster left, they ran Foster right, they ran him up the middle.

He wasn’t spectacular, like he can be at times. He didn’t need to be against the Bills. He needed to be solid.

Solid he was, running 23 times for 112 yards and a touchdown. More important, he kept the clock running in a game that the Texans just needed to put behind them and move on with the second half of their schedule.

You don’t get style points for beating Buffalo.

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