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Arian Foster Rewards Linemen For Clearing Rio Grande-Sized Holes

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Arian Foster might be a bonafide, stud RB now, but let's be serious: Stevie Slaton could have piled up two hundred yards behind a Texans' offensive line that parted the Colts' defensive front like Moses did the Red Sea. According to tackle Eric Winston, Foster's a humble guy, so it came as no surprise that the running back - a recipient of Sunday's game ball - handed off his prize to the folks who cleared the way for success.

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Per Mark Berman:

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"I said 'appreciate it. It's very humbling. Kub gave me the game ball, but this goes to the o-line,'" Foster said.

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The Texans offensive linemen were pleased, but not necessarily surprised by Foster's gesture.

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"That's the kind of person he is," said Eric Winston, Texans offensive tackle. "He's a humble guy and I think that's why he's gotten this far.

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Now, Arian, understand this: Anything less than two hundo next week, and we're going to have problems. No excuses.

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