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An undrafted free agent in 2009, Arian Foster sure gave Texans fans and fantasy owners a lot to cheer about the last six years. Perhaps that's why it was so sad to watch him limp off the field with a torn Achilles' tendon in garbage time of a blowout. Foster turns 30 in 2016 and has 1,703 career touches, so this might be the end. I say we all take a moment and give Foster a Namaste bow – his signature touchdown celebration, one that's always been on my short list of personal favorites.
With Foster out for the year, Alfred Blue and Chris Polk probably belong on fantasy rosters. Hold your nose. I'd rather own Darren McFadden than either of those. The Cowboys' offensive line remains terrific, McFadden has the third-down role to himself, Julius Randle hurt his back Sunday and Christine Michael is in the doghouse. (Seriously, how stupid must Michael be?) Much like Jordan Reed, I'd ride DMC until the next injury comes.
• Speaking of Reed, he now has more targets in 2015 on a per-game basis than Rob Gronkowski. Reed will get hurt again, but he should be a fixture in all lineups any week he's healthy.
• After posting 218 yards from scrimmage and zero TDs in four games under Joe Philbin, Lamar Miller has 254 yards and three TDs in two games under interim coach Dan Campbell. Even with an unfriendly schedule from here on, Miller is firmly entrenched as