Dont know if someone posted this yet http://www.houstontexans.com/news/a...ay-count/ae849c2f-1f9d-4603-84ba-ac8f6987e9a9 Texans running back Arian Foster was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week on Wednesday for his 33-carry, 231-yard, three-touchdown rushing performance in Week 1 against the Indianapolis Colts. Its an honor, Foster said. Theres a lot of great players in this league. They thought I was the cream of the crop this week, so its an honor. Ill take it. But weve got another game. You can be a distant memory very fast in this league if you dont stay focused. Origins of the bow Each time Foster has scored this year twice in the preseason, three times against the Colts he has celebrated with a gracious bow in the end zone with his hands clasped together in front of his chest. I thought about it all (offseason), Foster said of the celebration. I feel like every running back should have their own little stamp on the game, and mine kind of stems from the core of what I believe. Its a Namaste. It means respect. Its a Hindu greeting and it just means, I see the god in you. Its paying my respects to the game of football. The basis of it is just, I see you. I respect you. Its kind of like have you seen Avatar, how they say I see you? Its kind of like that. Foster is not Hindu but has studied Hinduism, Buddhism and other cultures and religions just to get a feel for people, he said.