RB - FA
Week 13 Outlook
Miami Dolphins RB Arian Foster announced his retirement on Monday.
Foster hung up his cleats on Monday after eight NFL seasons. He played with the Houston Texans from 2009-2015 and signed with the Dolphins in 2016. Foster retires from the NFL with 6,527 rushing yards and 68 total touchdowns.
Arian Foster carried the ball three times for five yards and caught one pass for four yards.
Foster has rightfully taken a back seat to Jay Ajayi after his second consecutive two hundred yard game. Foster has struggled to get back on the field since his injury and has lost work to Damien Williams as well.
Arian Foster had three carries for three yards and two receptions for 12 yards.
Foster played behind Jay Ajayi and Damien Williams in his return. He will likely see an increase in snaps next week but after a monstrous game by Jay Ajayi he may have lost his hold on the starting spot.
Miami Dolphins RB Arian Foster (hamstring) is officially active for Week 6.
Foster will make his long-awaited and much-needed return to the field on Sunday in a tough matchup against the Steelers. Although he is a risky start in standard formats, Foster has upside in PPR scoring systems and could be a decent low-end RB2/ Flex option in Week 6.
Miami Dolphins RB Arian Foster (hamstring) is considered a true game-time decision for Week 6. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting that the team will take a "wait-and-see" approach to determining Foster's ultimate availability for the contest and make a final decision after he test's it in pregame warm-ups.
Foster is on track to make his return on Sunday against the Steelers, but he should be considered a fantasy risk if he plays. With the Dolphins likely to be playing from behind for most of the contest, Foster may garner PPR value as he could be active in the passing game and accumulate garbage-time points. Consider Foster a low-end RB2 option in Week 6.