1. Texans RB Arian Foster
It's not just the injuries. Back and calf woes have shelved Foster since May OTAs, but there are additional signs of breakdown in his performance. His yards-per-carry average has experienced significant dips in each of the past two seasons, and last year Foster set a career low in yards per reception. The tape shows Foster's big-play ability is fading. This all isn't surprising, as the Texans have given him the most all-purpose touches in the league over the past three seasons, and in 2012 let Foster lead the NFL in rushing attempts. In the first round, I’d just draft someone else.
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