Houston Texans running back Arian Foster left Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs after the first possession of the game with a hamstring injury, and did not return.
Still, Foster said after the game that the injury does not appear to be a major Cheap Old School NBA Jerseys problem, and something that should not be a long-term hindrance, according to ESPN.com.
“It’s a hamstring,” said Foster, who entered the game leading the AFC with 531 yards rushing. “It doesn’t seem too severe right now, so we will just play it out.”
Without Foster in the lineup, Ben Tate got a heavy share of the action and Cheap Official Jerseys gained 50 yards on 15 carries in the 17-16 loss against Kansas City. On the season, Foster has been dealing with a bit of a hamstring problem for weeks but has still managed to gain 542 rushing yards on 4.5 yards per carry.
Luckily, for the reeling Texans and the ailing Foster, Houston has a bye week coming up. From the sound of it, Foster should not much time if any once the team returns to playing games in a few weeks.
Bill Belichick is a strong-willed man who has rarely had to admit he was wrong during his nearly 40 years as an NFL coach — in part because he rarely is. On Monday, however, Belichick was finally able to say he made a mistake, admitting that he did not properly coach his players on the rule change that prohibits a defensive player from pushing a teammate into an offensive formation, according to Tom Curran of CSN New England.
The new rule cost the Patriots in a loss to the New York Jets on Sunday when defensive tackle Chris Jones pushed his own teammate into the pile in front of the Jets’ missed 56-yard game-winning field goal attempt in overtime. The penalty, a personal foul, gave the Jets another crack at a game-winner, which Nick Folk made from 42 yards out to give the Jets a 30-27 victory.