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“STEVE SLATON (Houston Texans) – Propelled by 508 total rushing yards in the month of December, Slaton led a deep rookie running back pool in total rushing yards, amassing 1,282 ground yards and establishing his total as the fifth-highest this decade.”
“White then leveled two UConn players on a block that saved teammate Steve Slaton from a big loss.”
“And Bibb said having a two-game cushion over third-place Slaton, which is 5-3 in league play, is just as significant for his team.”
“•Reason to believe: Last season, quarterback Matt Schaub threw for 3,043 yards (despite missing five games), rookie Steve Slaton ran for 1,282 yards and wide receiver Andre Johnson led the NFL with 1,575 receiving yards.”
“After years of inconsistency, the Texans hit their stride with Schaub, Pro Bowl receiver Andre Johnson and rookie running back Steve Slaton.”
“•Running back: Steve Slaton was a pleasant surprise after arriving as a third-round pick and led the AFC with 1,659 yards from scrimmage.”
“Slaton hit the ground running for 1,282 yards, the most in club history.”
“Cardinals — RB Steve Slaton (West Virginia): If Slaton (1,282 rushing yards, nine TDs) had replaced Edgerrin James mid-season instead of Tim Hightower, James might never have gotten the job back … and the Super Bowl might have turned out differently.”
“Regardless, Slaton would make the Cardinals 'explosive offense even stronger in the long run.”
“Slaton White's article in the October issue of F&S on rattling is the textbook example of how to rattle.”
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