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Arian Foster said on the ESPN2 E60 that

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Houston Texans and former Tennessee running back Arian Foster says he doesn’t have  and never had a fumbling problem. I could not agree with him more.  ”Foster Fumbled” is purportedly the shortest verse in the Tennessee football Bible.  Everybody makes mistakes and I can concede that Foster made a mistake or two at Tennessee.

 I  believe so strongly in Arian Foster that if the Texans make it to the Super Bowl, that if I were to  bet on the Super Bowl, I would bet on the Texans to win and  Foster would win the game’s MVP.  This would shut up the critics that sought to blame Vols miscues on this sticky-fingered back.

I always believed that Foster’s perceived aversion to maintaining possession of the ball was greatly exaggerated by raucous Vols fans. Fans who claim that Foster was to “muscled-up” and his ‘swollness’ got in the way of the keeping the ball high and tight. 

Keep in mind that these were the same fans, back in 2008, that working with the Illuminati and Bammeroids to have Fulmer fired… Foster was a tool, a tool for the tools.

Look at him now. He doesn’t fumble for the Texans, does he?  That’s right.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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