Sunday's game between the Ravens and Texans will feature two of the NFL's most productive running backs, Ray Rice and Arian Foster. Their statistics are eerily similar. In 38 regular-season games since 2010, Rice has 4,559 yards from scrimmage (3,066 rushing and 1,493 receiving). In 35 games, Foster has 4,694 (3,401 rushing and 1,293 receiving). That's a difference of just 135 yards, though Foster missed three games in 2011. Overall, Foster has averaged 134.1 yards per scrimmage a game while Rice isn't far behind him with 120.0. Maybe the biggest difference between the two? With 38 total touchdowns, Foster has found the end zone more often than Rice, who has scored 27.