Andre Johnson and Arian Foster

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  1. Rufus Jarvis

    Rufus Jarvis Rookie

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    not just limiting this S/O to them because I know a lot of guys played hard throughout the season, but I'd like to give Big-Time Props and say thanks to AJ and Arian Foster for being warriors out there on the field for the Texans this season.

    Not just this season, but in seasons past as well.

    Those guys should be given 2012 "Season" balls or something for their play and leadership.

    Hard to believe that it is over for this season, but it was a fun ride.
     
  2. theNumber80

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    I feel bad for Andre especially. Get this man a QB and a better playcaller.
     
  3. gtexan02

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    Schaub was pissed on that 4th down play that the ball went to Posey. How do you not throw it to #80?
     
  4. utahmark

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    Foster made a pretty bone-head play when he went for that juke on 4th and 1 instead of heading straight up the field. It turned out ok.

    Your right! They both had great years.
     
  5. gtexan02

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    I think we need to include JJ in this thread. He's the only player I've ever seen that seems to give 100% effort on every snap, regardless of impact.

    AJ had his time in the sun for the Texans. JJ is the cornerstone of our foundation right now. He is who we will build around for the next 10 seasons
     
  6. klockWork

    klockWork All Pro

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    I felt bad for Tate and Forset. Not one carry between them. Both were capable backs and could have spark something earlier when we struggle with the run. Pats utilize both their backs for great success. I guess the concept of team work is stronger on their side.
     
  7. TexansBull

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    Tate should have gotten the ball several times.

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