Arian........A Touch of Class

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    I think we've begun to see some "over celebration" at some questionable times during the last few games. Sometimes it might be wiser to hold back, especially when the team as a whole looks more like they're playing asleep or drunk.

    With that said Arian did represent our Texans today with the class that was appreciated on both sides. A bow to you, Arian.

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    I seem to recall seeing some tweets right after that about how classless his move was. At the time I thought he was sending a positive message and I still do. I just searched and most of what I see out there are comments from people who understand that he meant this as a sign of respect.

    He isn't a Randy Moss or T.O. that might have thrown a football at the sign or mooned it. Foster is a class act.
     
  3. CretorFrigg

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    Haha!

    The guy in the Colts santa hat wipes off where Arian touched the sign.
     
  4. Brisco_County

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    He's a classy guy. Last week, a little girl wrote him a letter. He made it his Twitter avatar. Read his tweet here.

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  5. Norg

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    iam so sick of foster right now if he continues to play bad i say bench his ass and Make ben tate the starter
     
  6. midway

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    He was 16 for 96 today, that's perfectly fine. I'll take 6 yards per run any day. He'd have more yards if Kubiak wasn't obsessed with stroking his own ego and trying to run to the right side just to prove we can (hint: we can't)
     
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    You have to run right sometimes or the other guys will just load up on the left. Duuh...
     
  8. Norg

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    still tho Tate gets no chances and his speed was pretty good when had that one carry this game and man hes so physical tate needs more carries
     


  9. Fred

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    Then the plan was a great success. Foster's TD was the first run to left the entire game. Lets be intentionally ineffective for the entire game so one play can work. YEAH! Texans running to the left is so rare it is a trick play. Methinks the team that gave up over 350 yards rushing to the worst team in the league just last week might have loaded up the RIGHT side against the run... Dddduuuuhhhhhhh.........
     

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