Arian Foster: Texans RB Shaves Logo into His Hair for First Playoff Game

Aidan MackieSenior Analyst IJanuary 7, 2012

All-Pro running back Arian Foster seems to be an entertainer both on and off the field.

Shortly after scoring a game-tying touchdown in the first quarter of the Houston Texans vs. Cincinnati Bengals playoff game, the superstar runner unveiled a stylish new look to the national public. 

In the ultimate showing of team pride, Foster shaved the Texans' logo into his hair. The new look has become a hit on Twitter, and has shown that the Tennessee product is a spirited guy. 

The 25-year-old, widely regarded as the game's most dangerous backfield threat, has rushed for a staggering 2,840 yards and 26 touchdowns over the last two seasons. He possesses an unmatched combination of speed and power, and opposing defenses can not figure out any way to stop him. 

He has carried the Texans offense for weeks now, following the season-ending injury to starting quarterback Matt Schaub.

Foster is sure to receive a heavy workload today and throughout the postseason. Houston will rely on the former undrafted rookie to lead the offense in January, and hopefully into the Super Bowl. 

In his first career playoff game, Foster lit up the Bengals on the ground, as he carried the ball 24 times for 153 yards and two touchdowns. 

Houston dominated the second half, and won their first playoff game 31-10.

Arian Foster and company will now head to Baltimore for a Divisional Round battle with the Ravens next week. 

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