Foster Could Gobble Yards Against Lions

AP Photo

For a Happy Thanksgiving, feed Foster. Then feed him some more.

Let the beast eat!

Running back Arian Foster is on an impressive roll when it comes to games played on the road and games that are nationally televised.

And that’s bad news for the Detroit Lions, the Texans’ next opponent Thursday.

Read Full Article »

Recommended Articles

Texans Win, Depite Defensive Letdown

Randy Harvey, Houston Chronicle - November 19, 2012

It was difficult enough for the Texans to watch their own scoreboard Sunday at Reliant Stadium. They drove 84 yards on their first possession, scoring on a nine-yard pass from Matt Schaub to Keshawn Martin, for a 7-0 lead. But... more »

Texans Squeeze Life Out of Bears

Jerome Solomon, Houston Chronicle - November 12, 2012

With what the Chicago Bears had done defensively this season, it was almost as if the Bulls on Parade were going unnoticed. That is somewhat understandable. It simply made more editorial sense to compare these hard-hitting, ... more »

Loyalty to Vick Will Be Fatal to Reid

Mike Freeman, CBS Sports - November 8, 2012

We are likely watching the end. The end of a career. The end of, in many ways, a legend. It would be a major upset at this point if Andy Reid survived this season. Some of you will applaud this. Some giddily so,... more »

Joint Decision: Leagues Dead Set Against Pot

Jeffrey Martin, USA Today - November 8, 2012

Voter approval of recreational marijuana use in Colorado and Washington ignited a burst of jokes on social media about how professional and college teams in those states would hold an advantage in attracting athletes who like... more »