Week 6- Foster has had an incredible workload so far this season, and there’s no reason to think that won’t continue in this one. Start him with confidence as he is our #1 RB for Week 6.
Week 5- The first week Arian Foster isn’t the #1 Running Back. It has nothing to do with him or his match up, as he has been fantastic and gets the 31st ranked Jets Rush Defense this week. I just like Rice a bit more, and do expect the Texans to get Tate involved in this one. Still, your starting Arian Foster every week with confidence, and as always we expect a big week from him.
Week 4- Yawn. Another week, another #1 ranking for Foster. Not much to say here, keep him in your fantasy lineup and he’ll likely repay you with a big week.
Week 3- Your obviously starting Arian Foster every week no matter who he plays. In week 3 he gets the typically weak Bronco’s Rush Defense, and you can expect him to tear them up. Nothing has changed here, keep him in your starting lineup.
Week 1- Arian Foster is the consensus #1 player in fantasy, and is an absolute must-start every week in fantasy. We have him as our top running back for week 1 with a good matchup against the Dolphins. There is no situation in which you do not start Foster, and you likely won’t be dissapointed.
Arian Foster enters the 2012 fantasy football season as our top overall RB. If you have the first pick in a standard draft, Foster should be your target. When the Texans are fully healthy, Foster is a double edged sword in the running and passing game, and we have him projected to eclispe 2200 yards from scrimmage this year. Interestingly, in PPR formats we have him narrowly behind LeSean McCoy of the Eagles who is expected to catch more passes, but either way, Foster should be a safe pick at the top of the draft.