Arian Foster showed off his new British accent this week during an interview. Many assumed it was out of boredom or it was a continuation of his jabs toward the Houston media. In reality, Foster is training for his job after football. Foster will make the leap from the gridiron to the silver screen. The Texans' running back will take over for Daniel Craig after his run as James Bond ends. The latest edition of the 007 series was announced this week; 'Spectre' will be the 24th film in the series.
The plan is to have Foster take over once 'Spectre' is released and to start his run with a remake of Goldfinger. There will be a cameo by Jaxson de Ville, as Jaguars Owner Shad Khan is funding the film. Until that time comes, let's take a look at the match between the Texans and Jaguars.
I'm not sure if they've the biggest X factor, but I'm curious to see how the offensive line performs against a very good defensive line for the Jaguars. I think they're second in the league in sacks.
The NFL officials are my candidate for this week's x-factor. Will they actually call holding on Sam Young and Luke Joeckel when they can't stop J.J. Watt from terrorizing Blake Bortles?
Blake Bortles. He needs to keep his head on a swivel for J.J. Watt and take advantage of the Texans' vulnerability in the secondary. Should he fail to do either of those things, Bortles is in for a long day at the office.
Sen'Derrick Marks, or more accurately whoever has to block him. He's been playing like an All-Pro DT this year, but probably will be left off of most Pro Bowl ballots because of who he plays for.
I'll just answer with Fitzpatrick, because he's stopped making sense.
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