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Old 11-08-2013   #101
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This morning on the radio, I was listening to 610 and a caller asked the question of the two radio hosts (don't know their names) "which Texan they would like to kick of the team for personal reasons?" They both said Arian, and the guy actually said "because he's a fraud" with regard to his poetry and intellect. He didn't really explain it, but I thought it was interesting.
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The fact that Arian was seeing more doctors today is not exactly a great sign. As my concerns ran high re. his back, especially after he required epidural injections, they now run just as high that he ultimately ends up requiring "sharp therapy" similar to Cody.
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Injured running back Arian Foster has seen “two or three” back specialists, according to coach Wade Phillips.

Foster left the 27-24 loss to Indianapolis in the first quarter with a back injury. There’s been nothing specific about the injury.

Ben Tate, who’s playing with three cracked ribs, will start against Arizona. Undrafted rookie Dennis Johnson will back up Tate. Veteran Deji Karim will probably be the third back ahead of rookie Ray Graham.

Phillips, who’s serving as the interim coach until Gary Kubiak returns next week, said today that Foster has or will see back specialists in Houston and other cities.

“He’s had two or three opinions,” Phillips said. “They haven’t told me anything about it. Still evaluating is what they’ve told me.”

Foster may have to undergo surgery, which would cost him the rest of the season.

Foster was on a hot streak when he left the 17-16 loss at Kansas City in the first quarter with a pulled hamstring. He had averaged 113 yards a game in three consecutive losses to Seattle, San Francisco and St. Louis. He was second in the NFL in rushing when he was injured against the Chiefs. If his season is over, he’ll finish with 542 yards and a 4.5-yard average per carry.

From 2010 through 2012, Foster touched the ball more than any back in the NFL.
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Here is the latest on Foster:

Houston (CBS Houston) - The Houston Texans will be without Arian Foster for Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals after playing only two snaps last week against the Colts.

SportsRadio 610′s John McClain is saying that season ending surgery is an option for Foster.

http://houston.cbslocal.com/2013/11/...-have-surgery/

I wish the Texans would just hire Cloakndagger.
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Houston (CBS Houston) - The Houston Texans will be without Arian Foster for Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals after playing only two snaps last week against the Colts.

SportsRadio 610′s John McClain is saying that season ending surgery is an option for Foster.

http://houston.cbslocal.com/2013/11/...-have-surgery/

I wish the Texans would just hire Cloakndagger.


Even if CnD was the Texans' Dr Im not sure it changes much. He certainly wouldnt be speaking freely about situations without the team okaying it. Im sure the MDs the team uses are okay at their jobs
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Briscoe, use the ignore button. I ignored this guy a long time ago. Just ignore, don't quote and they will go away.

Unless you feel qualified to administer a plastectomy so the DB can see with his head up his own ass. Then, by all means, proceed.
I dont ignore people, you may ask why....

Because peoples ignorants amuses me, and in my boring day to day job i need some amusment.
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I dont ignore people, you may ask why....

Because peoples ignorants amuses me, and in my boring day to day job i need some amusment.
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Look at that... Foster is so lazy, pompous, selfish, and dumb that he is considering harmless back surgery instead of gutting it out and playing with his homies. What a bad person he is!

In case you (the reader) are one those people too dumb or dense to figure out this is sarcasm like those moron posters dissing Foster, well it is.
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Sorry to hear that Arian's back is that messed up. We may be looking at the end of his time here and really, if you think about it wouldn't that pretty much be right along the lines of the usual Houston Texans pattern? They find talent, they feature it, when they feel like they've got a sure thing they pay it. Then it gets hurt and goes out the door.

Foster might recover just fine or he might look at the situation and decide that he doesn't want to have trouble playing with his kids or getting up off a couch in 10 years. I wouldn't necessarily blame him.

For about the 20th time this year I want to put my foot up Cierre Wood's ass for being a fool. Oh well, nothing to be done about it now. Time to see if Dennis Johnson or Ray Graham has it in him to be the next man up.
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Even if CnD was the Texans' Dr Im not sure it changes much. He certainly wouldnt be speaking freely about situations without the team okaying it. Im sure the MDs the team uses are okay at their jobs
The comment was tongue in cheek
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Look at that... Foster is so lazy, pompous, selfish, and dumb that he is considering harmless back surgery instead of gutting it out and playing with his homies. What a bad person he is!

In case you (the reader) are one those people too dumb or dense to figure out this is sarcasm like those moron posters dissing Foster, well it is.
yeah, no doubt. Blows my mind that fans question a player's integrity, work ethic, and honesty because they do not like his personality.

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Sorry to hear that Arian's back is that messed up. We may be looking at the end of his time here and really, if you think about it wouldn't that pretty much be right along the lines of the usual Houston Texans pattern? They find talent, they feature it, when they feel like they've got a sure thing they pay it. Then it gets hurt and goes out the door.

Foster might recover just fine or he might look at the situation and decide that he doesn't want to have trouble playing with his kids or getting up off a couch in 10 years. I wouldn't necessarily blame him.

For about the 20th time this year I want to put my foot up Cierre Wood's ass for being a fool. Oh well, nothing to be done about it now. Time to see if Dennis Johnson or Ray Graham has it in him to be the next man up.
cosign this...yea Cierre wood really let me down...sighs...owell. there's always more talent out there
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As I recall Dr CND predicted compensating injuries for Arian. From about the 2nd half of the 2nd game he looked like his old self, but then injuries again...
The Texans rushed him back, just like they did with Newton/B.Williams/W.Smith/D.Brown/Posey etc....

Then you look at teams like the Seahawks Okung/Giacommini have turf toe/knee injuries, but Carroll lets them sit out until they're healthy. The Texans rush Newton back coming off petallar surgery so he can play in a PRE=SEASON game. Brown and Okung got turf toe the same week.

Is it Gary that pushes the Dr.'s and training staff to get these guys on the field before they're ready? Or does the Texans medcical staff reek of incompetence? I believe it's a combination of both. Which is why this team needs a total house cleaning. Starting with Rick/Gary/Olson/Medical staff and ending with the janitors.
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Sorry to hear that Arian's back is that messed up. We may be looking at the end of his time here and really, if you think about it wouldn't that pretty much be right along the lines of the usual Houston Texans pattern? They find talent, they feature it, when they feel like they've got a sure thing they pay it. Then it gets hurt and goes out the door.

Foster might recover just fine or he might look at the situation and decide that he doesn't want to have trouble playing with his kids or getting up off a couch in 10 years. I wouldn't necessarily blame him.

For about the 20th time this year I want to put my foot up Cierre Wood's ass for being a fool. Oh well, nothing to be done about it now. Time to see if Dennis Johnson or Ray Graham has it in him to be the next man up.
I picked Dennis Johnson in the annual "Which Rookie" poll before the season started. Then he started dancin' and droppin' the tater. Poof, he's gone. Seems as though he's made a conscious effort to correct those maladies. I didn't see anything but pick a hole-n-go and it looked like to me like he was really concentrating on holding on to the ball. I know I've read people really in Graham's corner as well but other than the few uninspiring carries in PS I know nothing about him. If he gets a chance I hope he does well.
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Man, we are paying a ton of money to folks who have either
"gone stale" in their career or cannot stay on the field due to
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Definitely not the Astros philosophy..

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The Texans rushed him back, just like they did with Newton/B.Williams/W.Smith/D.Brown/Posey etc....

Then you look at teams like the Seahawks Okung/Giacommini have turf toe/knee injuries, but Carroll lets them sit out until they're healthy. The Texans rush Newton back coming off petallar surgery so he can play in a PRE=SEASON game. Brown and Okung got turf toe the same week.

Is it Gary that pushes the Dr.'s and training staff to get these guys on the field before they're ready? Or does the Texans medcical staff reek of incompetence? I believe it's a combination of both. Which is why this team needs a total house cleaning. Starting with Rick/Gary/Olson/Medical staff and ending with the janitors.
I couldn't have said it better....only thing I have to add is I said The Texans made a mistake extending Foster's contract as early as they did. I have always thought they should've tendered him instead, saving over $4 million. Another poor business decision.
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I picked Dennis Johnson in the annual "Which Rookie" poll before the season started. Then he started dancin' and droppin' the tater. Poof, he's gone. Seems as though he's made a conscious effort to correct those maladies. I didn't see anything but pick a hole-n-go and it looked like to me like he was really concentrating on holding on to the ball. I know I've read people really in Graham's corner as well but other than the few uninspiring carries in PS I know nothing about him. If he gets a chance I hope he does well.
I think Arian's going to elect for surgery. The fact that his career is at risk probably has him freaked out.

Dennis Johnson looked great in the few snaps I saw. He impressed me enough to stash on my fantasy bench. His ability to get into 2nd gear the moment he cuts is highly advantageous in this system.

With Tate becoming a free agent, and Arian probably taking less snaps next season, we'll see plenty of DJ and Graham soon.
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Except for seeing what Keenum does this season is a bust. Arian should have surgery and rehab and come back to us next year so we can try again. We need Arian at full strength. The man is a beast and can block for the QB as well as catch passes.
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I think Arian's going to elect for surgery. The fact that his career is at risk probably has him freaked out.

Dennis Johnson looked great in the few snaps I saw. He impressed me enough to stash on my fantasy bench. His ability to get into 2nd gear the moment he cuts is highly advantageous in this system.

With Tate becoming a free agent, and Arian probably taking less snaps next season, we'll see plenty of DJ and Graham soon.
I did the same thing in both of my leagues. I liked him in preseason until he fumbled a couple of times. Hopefully he can hang on to the rock better now that he gets a 2nd chance.
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Well, this is pretty discouraging - especially after signing him to a new deal.
Now we are getting to the heart of why he was rushed back before he was totally healthy. IMHO
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Even if CnD was the Texans' Dr Im not sure it changes much. He certainly wouldnt be speaking freely about situations without the team okaying it. Im sure the MDs the team uses are okay at their jobs
Boselli/DDW/Spencer ect.... would disagree with you.

The problem with the Texans org is that OK seems to be good enough.
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