Bengals Vs. Texans 2012: Arian Foster Nearing 100 Yards

The Houston Texans offense couldn't score on their first drive of the second half but they still hold a 17-10 lead over the Cincinnati Bengals in this AFC Wild Card game.

The Texans started their first offensive drive of the second half by doing what they did 12 times in the first half -- giving the ball to Arian Foster. The Texans running back started with a five-yard gain and followed it up with a 12-yard change of direction run that lead to a first down.

He has 14 carries for 86 yards early in the second quarter.

Unfortunately for Houston, they couldn't keep the momentum going. A drop by Andre Johnson lead to a third and nine and the Bengals defensive line was able to collapse and sack T.J. Yates. The Texans were forced to punt.

For more on the Bengals, be sure to check out the SB Nation blog Cincy Jungle. For more on the Texans, head over to Battle Red Blog. Here's the complete 2012 NFL playoffs schedule.

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