Running back Adrian Foster had a solid day against the Jacksonville Jaguars as he helped lead the Houston Texans to a 27-7 win. His 110 yards not only led the team in rushing on the day, but helped him set a team record. He hit 3,286 yards during the win which gave him the most rushing yards in Texans history.
Arian Foster just became Texans all-time leading rusher with 3,299 yards.— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) September 16, 2012
Before Foster, Domanick Davis had held the all-time rushing record for the Texans. The former fourth round pick put up 3,195 yards for the Texans during his three year career between 2003-2005 before being released and retiring from the NFL.
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