Arian Foster continues to be a top fantasy back in Week 16

Scott Halleran

Houston Texans RB Arian Foster should once again be the focus on offense. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Houston Texans running back Arian Foster has been the centerpiece to this team's offense. Heading into Week 16, Foster is the league's fourth leading rusher with 1,316 yards.

He has been one of the NFL's most productive all-purpose backs, accounting for rushing, receiving and touchdowns. Foster will look to stay relevant in Sunday's game against Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings.

Fantasy Analysis: There is no reason for fantasy owners to move Foster from their starting lineup. He has been one of the best performers in fantasy football this year. He has been consistently getting his touches, racking up all-purpose yards for the offense.

More often than not, if Andre Johnson is not touching the ball, it's Arian Foster. Continue to rely on Foster heading into the fantasy finals.

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