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#22 Doug Martin, RB
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Height 5' 9"
Weight 223 lbs
Age 27
Birthdate January 13th 1989
College Boise State
Year 2012
Round 1   Pick 31
Season Statistics
-- Rushing ---- Receiving --
YEARGPATTYARDSTDRCPTYARDSTD
201216319145415494721
20136127456112670
201411135494213650
20151628814026332711
2011 Fantasy Points by Week
Recent Games
-- Rushing ---- Receiving --
WeekATTYARDSTDRCPTYARDSTDPTS
124950423011
22066100012
31953022107
483302903
613760255012
716851337017
8291351379132
9252514421051
1019680351011
11241380423015
1221502213018
131856034209
1428128134018
15916031902
1618620757011
17281421418021
Strength of Schedule
Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the RB position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Week 1 Projections
Rushing: 73 Yards, 0 TD.
Receiving: 2 Receptions, 15 Yards, 0 TD.

Season Projections
It goes without saying, that the success of Doug Martin last year came as a bit of a shock to anyone playing fantasy football. After exploding out the gate his rookie year, Martin fell precipitously off a cliff in 2013 and 2014, sidelined by a combination of injuries and low production in the running game. As a result, he was most likely the running back pick most snickered at in 2015 in your draft room, with many believing owners were merely chasing long-gone glory with the Muscle Hamster. Uh, not so, as Martin went on to dominate touches in the Jameis Winston-offense, amassing 1,400 yards on the ground and 6 touchdowns in a contract year. So is this the new normal? Well....maybe. Charles Sims is still around and is sure to siphon at least a few touches from Martin as the season progresses, and frankly, there is little guarantee Martin can once again avoid the injury issues that have plagued him in the past. If he does, there is little argument that Martin can produce, at minimum, RB2 numbers for fantasy owners, and still holds the potential for championship-winning RB1 production. Unless you are a risk taker, assume a season of slightly more than 1,000 yards rushing for 2016 and you should be safe.

Rushing: 925 Yards, 6 TD.
Receiving: 25 Receptions, 200 Yards, 2 TD.

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Injury Report
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