Arian Foster acknowledged postgame he wasn’t 100 percent during the Texans’ 23-17 home victory against the Buffalo Bills.
Texans coach Bill O’Brien said Monday the team’s attack must return to form, with daily improvements peaking Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
“We have to look at our game plans and think about what our players do well and run those type of plays. … We’ve just got to be more consistent in how we run the football,” O’Brien said.
Foster (hamstring) remains day to day, O’Brien said.
Foster was limited to eight rushes for six yards. The Texans running game as a whole wasn't much better and netted just 37 yards on 24 carries. Foster plays an early game in Week 5 at Dallas so we'll know his start an hour or so before kickoff.