Running Back Arian Foster did not play in Week 1 because he was resting a hamstring injury. He's ready for Week 2.
The Houston Texans have an deadly passing game and defenses have to respect it. Last week, backup running back Ben Tate went berserk, running for 116 yards against the Colts' weak run defense.
If Foster was in the lineup, he would have racked up another 50 yards.
Last year, Foster lead the league in rushing and he definitely is no one-hit wonder with his combination of speed, agility and power.
In Week 2, Foster will be facing the Miami Dolphins' mediocre defense. The Dolphins look to rebound from one of the worst defensive performances in history, but wont be able to stop the juggernaut that is Foster.
Although Foster is coming back from his injury and he will probably split carries with Tate, look for him to gain over 100 yards and two touchdowns this week.
The Dolphins will try to focus on stopping the passing game with schemes focusing on Andre Johnson and Owen Daniels, so look for the Arian Foster to take advantage of this.