RotoBaller | Nov 1st
The Houston Texans and fantasy football fans are still in mourning over Arian Foster’s torn Achilles' tendon forcing him to miss the remainder of the season. As usual when a star talent gets injured, the chatter will be about who replaces him and gets the majority of the fantasy value that opens up. Alfred Blue... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 31st
Houston Texans Running Back Arian Foster was involved in a non-contact achilles tendon rupture in Week 7 and will be out for the remainder of the season. Earlier this season, Foster was coming back from groin surgery and missed the first 3 games. Alfred Blue and Chris Polk were carrying the brunt of the load... Read More
Athlon Sports | Oct 29th
Week 7 in the NFL featured another significant loss for fantasy owners, as Arian Foster went down with a season-ending injury yet again. It was not necessarily a surprising loss given Foster’s injury history, but painful just the same. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
Razzball | Oct 27th
Three words Jim Bob Cooter. Why do I begin this week's edition of Through The Wire with the name of the Lions newly promoted Offensive Coordinator? Not because I feel his advancement will have any sort of positive impact upon the Lions offense. No, not at all, but for two very specific reasons, that are completely unrelated to football.
1. His birth name isn't Jim Bob. It's is in fact James Rober...
Fantasy Football Librarian | Oct 27th
So our five-year-old son eats basically the same 10 foods over and over and over again. Which means I periodically get inspired to incorporate more variety into his diet. Easier said than done says every parent of a picky eater. But get this: last week I got the boy to try broccoli and like it. You can hail me a genius, I'll take it. I got all Pinterest-y on my family, made a lovely display of gre...
RotoBaller | Oct 27th
Welcome to our season-long segment at RotoBaller where we will be targeting players owned in 25% or less of Fleaflicker leagues. To describe last week's picks in one word... meh. Sure, we hit on Stefon Diggs, but that felt more like a "no duh" pick given how good he looked his first two games. The only... Read More
Gridiron Experts | Oct 27th
Just when you were hitting your stride and feeling great about your late-round Arian Foster steal, the Texans’ star running back tears his Achilles’ and goes down for the year. It’s brutal, both for Arian’s career and your 2015 fantasy season.
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Athlon Sports | Oct 27th
Another week ends and we lose another fantasy superstar who it feels we just got back in Arian Foster. Owners will certainly be scrambling to the wire for his backups, but in all likelihood his handcuff(s) may not be available, or if you are an unfortunate Foster owner you already a serviceable backup. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
Breaking Football | Oct 26th
What an unfortunate way to end the season for Texans running back, Arian Foster. Late in their blowout loss to Miami, Foster suffered a non-contact…
RotoBaller | Oct 26th
Arian Foster owners cringed as they heard the news of Foster blowing his Achilles on a non-contact play. To add insult to injury, the damage came when Foster's Houston Texans were down 44-22 late in a blowout against the Dolphins. Two players on the Texans are worth watching for those looking to replace the stud running... Read More
Rotoworld | Oct 26th
Patrick Daugherty breaks down all of Week 7's biggest news, including Arian Foster's season-ending injury.
Breaking Football | Oct 26th
It’s old news by now, but if you haven’t heard, Houston Texans star running back Arian Foster is done for the year with a torn…
The Fantasy Fix | Oct 20th
Welcome to Week 7 of the fantasy football season. As always, these player selections are for DraftKings – the best daily fantasy site out there. Stats for fantasy points allowed come from NFL.com. Arian Foster – $7,500 at Miami – There’s a lot of uncertainty near the top of the running back
RotoBaller | Oct 18th
After finishing with just 18 yards in his first game back in Week 4, Arian Foster rebounded for 118 total yards against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 5. Foster struggled to get things going on the ground, but he did some serious damage in the passing game by finishing with 77 receiving yards. Now, Foster... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 17th
You don't need me to tell you to start Foster, but this is the week to play him everywhere. He looked terrible on the ground last week, but saved fantasy owners with 9 receptions for 77 yards through the air. This week, he gets to go to town against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are currently... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 15th
Frank Gore looked good against the Texans on Thursday night, posting an encouraging 22-98-1 line. He was not targeted in the passing game, which is not unusual. Still, Gore remains the only running back of any consequence in Indianapolis. Thus far, his performance has been polarized. Perhaps he should only be started when the situation looks... Read More
Breaking Football | Oct 10th
Suffering a groin injury just a month before the season kept Arian Foster out the first few weeks of the season. Things didn’t get any…
EDSFootball | Oct 8th
View image | gettyimages.com The good news is that Texans running back Arian Foster made his season debut last week although he was much less productive than fantasy owners would have liked. After missing the first three games of the season, Foster carried the ball eight times for just 10 yards and added three catches for 25 yards and he lost a fumble. The Texans planned on limiting his touches in...
RotoBaller | Oct 8th
After debuting last week vs the Falcons, Arian Foster will be back in a Week 5 matchup vs the Indianapolis Colts. Foster's debut wasn't particularly impressive, rushing eight times for 10 yards and catching three passes for 25 yards. The real takeaway from his performance last week was that his groin didn't appear to bother him and... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 4th
It was announced on Sunday that, for the first time since tearing his groin on Aug. 3 during practice, Houston Texans running back Arian Foster will actually get to see playing time, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport. Foster told reporters on Friday that he was “a full participant in practice” despite being listed as limited.... Read More