Arian Foster

Marshawn Lynch in Beast Mode vs. Ravens

Marshawn Lynch was certainly in "Beast Mode" during Seattle's win over Baltimore.
<p> Marshawn Lynch was certainly in "Beast Mode" during the Seattle Seahawks' upset win over the Baltimore Ravens.</p>

Marshawn Lynch, RB, Seahawks

Matt Schaub has serious foot injury; Out for Season

The Texans' quarterback will miss several weeks at the minimum with a foot injury
<p> The Texans' quarterback will miss several weeks at the minimum with a foot injury</p>

The Houston Texans can't catch a break. Or maybe they're catching too many.

After suffering through injuries to seemingly all their star players, the news got even worse this week when head coach Gary Kubiak revealed that quarterback Matt Schaub has a Lisfranc foot injury. Which, for all you non-doctors out there, a Lisfranc injury is usually a fracture to one of the tarsas or metatarsals, which are basically the bones right behind the toes.

Andre Johnson Injury Has Texans Holding Their Breath

The All-Pro wideout was injured Sunday against the Steelers.
<p> Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson was injured Sunday.</p>

Non-contact injuries are often the worst ones.

That was the feeling in Houston yesterday when Texans All-Pro wide receiver Andre Johnson fell untouched to the Reliant Stadium turf. Many speculated that it could be a knee injury – which would have been the scariest scenario – but it appears that Johnson injured his hamstring instead. The MRI today will tell us more, but everyone knows how much Johnson means to the team.

Arian Foster, Felix Jones, Knowshon Moreno and Beanie Wells: Who To Start and Who To Sit

Which one of these game time decisions should you start or sit this week?
<p> Which one of these game time decisions should you start or sit this week?</p>

A few big names are listed as game time decisions this week in fantasy football. Here's who you should sit and who you should start.

Arian Foster and Beanie Wells are Both Game Time Decisions This Sunday

"Game time decision" are the worst three words in fantasy football.
<p> "Game time decision" are the worst three words in fantasy football.</p>

"Game time decision" may be the worst three words fantasy football owners can hear.

But that's exactly what owners of Arian Foster and Beanie Wells have to deal with this week.

Both players are still struggling with hamstring injuries and both are listed as questionable, and both should not be started this week.

Arian Foster:

If Fantasy Football Advice Was Honest

Don't you wish fantasy football sites would just tell it like it is?
<p> Don't you wish fantasy football sites would just tell it like it is?&nbsp;</p>

It’s only Week 3 of the fantasy football season and there have already been a ton of huge injuries and potential busts. Yet every Sunday morning when you check in before kickoff, all you get from your fantasy site is a bunch of bland match-up projections and quotes from that player’s local paper. Forget that. Your site should tell the truth about your highly drafted players. Here’s what we think it would look like if you got honest evaluations on your best players.

1. Chris Johnson

Dexter McCluster or Ben Tate: Who Will Win More Fantasy Football Leagues?

Both of these backups are poised to take bigger offensive roles.
<p> Both of these backups are poised to take bigger offensive roles.</p>

With the season-ending injury to Jamaal Charles and the nagging hamstring injury to Arian Foster, two names have emerged as the "you have to go get" players from your fantasy football waiver wire: Dexter McCluster and Ben Tate.

With Peyton Manning Out, The Texans Must Win This Weekend

There are no more excuses for the Texans
<p> There are no more excuses for the Texans.</p>

It's official, Peyton Manning is out for the majority, if not all, of the 2011 NFL season. The Boogie Man for all the non-Indiana AFC South teams won't be under their bed this year.

Fantasy Football: Ask Athlon Week 1

Beware of RBs that face Pittsburgh and the Jets on multiple occasions

Never bench your studs. Yeah, right. Just because you drafted a running back in the first round, don't think you can just set him in the starting lineup and not have to worry about him falling on his face.

Case in point is Week 1 and Baltimore's Ray Rice. If you're in a non-PPR sit him. If you're in a league without a flex position, sit him. And if you're in a PPR league with a flex position, really consider going somewhere else this week if you have better options/matchups.

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