Texans Runningbacks thus far

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  1. deb4rockets

    deb4rockets Contributing Member

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    He's worked on his getting more fit and getting more flexible with yoga. I think his game will be better than last year, and so far he has shown he can make cuts, find holes, make some good yardage per attempt. I'm excited about the depth we have at the position, and hopefully some of these guys can be held onto for special teams instead of getting cut.
     
  2. TEXNIFICENT

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    Foreman looks like a stud and is going to be hard to keep off the field. He's only going to get better. Barring injury, Lamar Miller is going to have hell holding on to this job.
     
  3. RasaqBoi

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    lamar miller won't be a Texan for long.
     
  4. deb4rockets

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    Well, considering Foreman limped off the practice field today from what they said looked like a groin strain, we will need plenty of healthy backs, who can step up when others can't.
     
  5. solid

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    Foreman is the first Houston running back to slightly, mildly, remotely remind me of you know who. Only a little bit, but the way he sheds tacklers, wow. No, I didn't go there, and I won't go there until he rolls up 1500 to 2000 yards in a season and stays healthy. Then we will talk about you know who. O.K. nobody can be like you know who, but he might be a Foster.
     
  6. Mr.Pringles

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    Miller is certainly not meh but having Foreman to spell Miller's workload looks good
     
  7. KingCheetah

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    Foreman got one carry yesterday.
     
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    With zero explanation either. BoB said he'll get more this week but can't understand the rationale of having him on the sideline when your offense has 40 yards in the 1st half.
     
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  9. Shark44

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    Agree! Makes NO SENSE to play Ervin as much as we did without giving Foreman a chance to show what he did in the PS.
     
  10. solid

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    If Foreman is healthy, play him. And stop running Miller up the middle, just stupid, not his game.
     
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    It's just sad at this point. Run somewhere else up the middle at least some of the time and play to Miller's strengths.
     
  12. deb4rockets

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    Miller had the longest reception of the game. What's that say about our wide receivers?
     
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