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While the young receivers must be involved in the Texans' offense, the offense would be nothing without its three stars: Arian Foster, Andre Johnson and Matt Schaub.
When the three of them are on their game, it is nearly impossible to stop the Texans' offense. Actually, check that. Not nearly, completely.
When the three Texans' stars are clicking on all cylinders, it is either a beautiful or terrifying thing to behold, depending on which team you are rooting for, of course.
When Foster is able to pick up around five yards on nearly all of his rushing attempts, opposing defenses are forced to devote to use more defenders to stop the run game.
Suddenly, Andre Johnson finds himself free of double-teams and one play-action bootleg later, and he is hauling in an easy 50-yard bomb.
Also, when Schaub is on fire, he is a completely different player. He spreads the ball around to all his receivers, and he does that with great accuracy.
He makes all the correct decisions, and he is able to march the Texans' offense down the field without difficulty.
Essentially, when the Texans' stars are playing to their best of their abilities, there is no stopping the Texans' offense. And watching that would make great television for Texans' fans in the playoffs.