Who Should I Draft?

Doug Martin or Arian Foster (2014)

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Derek Lofland
Fantasy Football Maniax
I think Martin will have a bounce back season in Lovie Smith's run oriented offense. I also do not view the torn labrum injury that cut his season short as an injury as that screams injury prone.He's coming off back surgery, but should be ready for training camp and should be the starting back in Houston. I would hesitate to draft him in the first five rounds, there are a lot of concerns about health and overuse from 2010 to 2012 that is causing these injuries to surface.  
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FFLockerRoom
A lot of people are going to reach for Martin but the emergence of Mike James, showed me how bad Martin was during the first half of the season. Buyer beware.Coming off of back surgery, it's hard to predict what kind of player Foster will be in 2014. His high volume of work in recent seasons gives you concern but if you can get him as the 15th back off the board or close, I wouldn't hesitate.  
James Hatfield
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru
He is a forgotten RB except if you were burned last year by his injury. He will slip in drafts, but his amazing upside can not be overlooked.When you draft Foster you draft for his incredible upside. He is 28 and coming off back surgery, but I would love to have Foster on my bench with his awesome upside.