Urlacher: "Arian is a bada**"!

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  1. DX-TEX

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    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/11/12/arian-foster-earned-brian-urlachers-respect/

    Wasnt this basically the same thing that happened against the Ravens a couple years ago when lewis approached him? Arian just goes out and earns peoples respect!

    Glad we got him!!
     
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    Mad props from one of the best. :fostering:
     
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    This thread should be a sticky! :) :fans:
     
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    Considering Urlacher sees Peterson twice a year, that is a hell of a compliment...
     
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    the way Chicago stadium went quiet every time Foster broke into second level or extended drive with a first down run, fans were also smitten :heart:
     
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    Urlacher is all class, and knows class when he sees it!
     
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    Your right. Ray Ray loves and respects him some Foster. So you have the 2 greatest middle line backers in the last 10 years from both conferences respecting and in awe of Arian Foster. Texan fan must be proud. I know I am.
     


  9. 76Texan

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    I love how Arian always shows up for the big games. His touchdown catch reminded me of his ridiculous one handed catch in the playoffs last year. He knows he's the workhorse in games like these against great defenses and he doesn't disappoint.
     
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    it wont last long since kubiak wants to run him into the ground.
     
  12. chicagotexan2

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    Urlacher said he found a wallet on the field and knew it belonged to Arian.


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  13. 76Texan

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    LOL, nice!

    But, but, Foster only averaged 3.5 yards per carry and 3 yds per catch.

    Looks like he's back on his vegan diet again. :kitten:
     
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    I'm just glad I'm no longer having to argue whether this team has a top 5 offense,
    when they produce a lot of yards and few touchdowns. They are legit when the
    stats are accompanied by wins. I am having a good time being a Texans fan in 2012.
     
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    Yes, after feasting on tough Bear meat.
     
  16. 76Texan

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    What I said during Pre-season.

    I thought we are very solid on both sides of the ball (simliar to the Niners).

    I said I was sure we will be enjoying a nice season for a change, LOL!
     
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    No way he makes that TD grab if he's only eating plant food.

    No. Way.

    I mean, they don't call a football a pigskin for nothin'!
     
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    I heard that Bear paw is a delicacy in some part of the world like China, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. :headhurts:
     
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    Hey, he was so fed up with the Vegan diet, he went right after the pigskin.
    Did you see the way he laid out for that thing, LOL!?!
     
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    Maybe he was trying to protect it from hitting the ground.
     

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