As he, his coaches and his teammates see it, that’s a good thing.
“They had a game plan going in about how much they wanted me to play and they were trying to ease me back into it, but my competitive nature, of course you want to be in,” Foster said.
Foster rushed 18 times for 57 yards in the Texans’ Monday night win at San Diego. To make the biggest comeback in franchise history and win 31-28, the Texans had to turn to their passing game at a higher volume than they usually do. They threw the ball to Foster six times, with him catching four of the passes.
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