Doug Martin
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Breaking Football | Jul 21st
The talent is there but that huge role may not be. He should still be a threat for the top-5.
The New York Times | Jul 21st
Injury free and ready to operate as the lead back under new HC Lovie Smith.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
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.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 20th
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.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Doug Martin probably belongs in tier three for now but as an ‘old regime’ back who has to deal with a very impressive rookie in Charles Sims, who is already a better receiver out of the backfield and who is a more exciting runner, he gets knocked down a tier due to his forecasted value hit.
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 18th
Ups and downs characterize the short careers of Ryan Mathews and Doug Martin. Both have penetrated the RB1 class. Both have triggered massive migraines. In this cage-match to the death, Brad Evans and Andy Behrens beat one another to a bloddy pulp over who you should draft.  Sound the bell ...  The Noise, naturally, professes his renewed love for Mathews:  Well, well, well … ...
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
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.
KFFL | May 23rd
Doug Martin's disappointing follow-up to his successful rookie season makes him a great value pick as your RB1, says Keith.