Texas ex D’Onta Foreman is having the best season of his NFL career

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Stepping in for the reigning NFL offensive player of the year is no easy task but D’Onta Foreman is making the most out of his opportunity.

The 2017 third round pick of the Houston Texans is making a name for himself after a slow start to his career.

In the seven games Foreman has played since Henry’s injury, the former Longhorn has totaled 473 yards of offense and a couple of touchdowns. Including this score to tie the game in a pivotal Thursday night matchup against San Francisco.

Foreman was able to pass the century mark against the strong Steelers and Patriots defenses.

The strong play of Foreman has kept the Titans in the thick of the playoff race. Many expected Tennesse to fall apart when Henry went down, but the Titans have kept a winning record since.

Foreman won the Doak Walker Award back in 2016 as a Texas Longhorn. An honor given to the best running back in the country over the course of a single season.

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