For this highlight, I could not find a video that was compatible with BR, so here is the link.
It was Sunday Night Football, and the Texans were matched up against one of the best teams in football: the Chicago Bears
The weather was a mess, rain was pouring down and the field was extremely muddy. Combine these conditions with two dominant defenses, and it is obvious why this game was such a low-scoring affair.
In fact, Arian Foster tallied the only touchdown on the day, and it was a good one.
Matt Schaub faked the handoff to Foster in the backfield, who then proceeded to sprint towards the right corner of the end zone.
At the same time, Schaub rolled out to his right in a classic Texans' bootleg, looking for a receiver to toss a touchdown to.
He found Foster, who was being draped by a Bears' defender. Schaub, unfazed by the tight coverage, threw the ball to his Pro Bowl running back.
Foster dove, caught the ball by his fingertips, secured the ball as he landed and scored the touchdown that would go on to win the game.