Arian Foster runs for another big fantasy day in Week 9

Bob Levey

Arian Foster broke the 100-yard mark yet again. We break down the fantasy implications.

Arian Foster ran for 111 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries in Week 9 against the Bills. He averaged a respectable 4.6 yards per carry while handling the majority of the workload on the ground.

Foster didn't catch a single pass, though, and was only targeted one time. He hasn't made much of an impact in the receiving game in 2012.

Fantasy Impact: The Bills have given up huge numbers to opposing offenses this season, so Foster's numbers were almost disappointing after entering with such high expectations. That might be greedy seeing that he's now scored in five straight weeks.

Houston seems to have forgotten about Foster's receiving ability. After catching 53 passes last year, he has just 12 through eight games. Regardless, he's still locked in as one of the best fantasy backs in the league.

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