Arian Foster cracks century mark

Arian Foster hit the century mark, again, in the middle of the third quarter at Oakland.

On a three-yard gain in the red zone, Foster reached 100 yards for the day. It was his 21st carry of the afternoon.

It's the 27th time in his career he's gone over 100 yards on the ground, and it's the second straight game

in which he's done so.

In the first half, he picked up 96 yards on just 18 attempts, and scored on a five-yard carry near the end of the opening quarter. That touchdown, which was his 50th since the start of 2010, gave the Texans a 14-0 advantage.

Foster's longest run of the first half was a 40-yard scamper in which he was pulled down just shy of the goal line.

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