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Doug Martin or Mark Ingram (2016)

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Experts' Pick
 
 
Mark Ingram
RB - NO
Mark Ingram
Doug Martin
RB - TB
Doug Martin
Expert
Recommendation
64%
Recommended by
91 of 143 experts
36%
Recommended by
52 of 143 experts
Rankings 
   
ECR# 8# 10
Best Rank# 5# 5
Worst Rank# 27# 18
   
Matchup 
   
Opponent
Matchup Rank11
   
Fantasy Points 
   
Season Total153.4199.3
Avg Game12.812.5
Avg Projection188.6184.9
   
Schedule 
   
SOS Rank
   
Misc 
   
Injury Alert
   
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Eric Karabell
ESPN
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Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
# 11# 13
   
Brad Evans
Yahoo! Sports
# 8# 10
   
Scott Pianowski
Yahoo! Sports
# 8# 10
   
Pat Fitzmaurice
The Football Girl
# 9# 11
   
Scott Engel
RotoExperts
# 9# 13
   
Jamey Eisenberg
CBS Sports
# 8# 9
   
Michael Fabiano
NFL.com
# 9# 12
   
Chet Gresham
WalterFootball
# 11# 12
   
John Paulsen
4for4.com
# 10# 11
   
Mike Harmon
Swollen Dome
# 8# 11
   
Ken Zalis
Pressbox
# 7# 8
   
Matt De Lima
ScoutFantasy
# 7# 13
   
Mike Clay
ESPN
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scoutPRO
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Sean Koerner
STATS
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Ross Miles
Pro Football Focus
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Jeff Ratcliffe
Pro Football Focus
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Tristan Cockcroft
ESPN
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Staff Composite
NFL.com
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Eric Mack
Fantasy Fatcast
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Jody Smith
Gridiron Experts
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Alan Harrison
The Fantasy Fix
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RosterWatch
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Mike Tagliere
Pro Football Focus
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Greg Smith
TwoQBs
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Jeff Boggis
Fantasy Football Empire
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Jeff Brubach
The Fake Football
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Walton Spurlin
FantasySharks
# 9# 10
   
Dan Yanotchko
EDSFootball
# 7# 8
   
Brendan Donahue
EDSFootball
# 7# 12
   
Jeff Paur
RTSports
# 8# 12
   
Brett Talley
The Fantasy Fix
# 8# 9
   
Nick Raducanu
ProjectRoto
# 8# 11
   
Dalton Del Don
Yahoo! Sports
# 8# 12
   
Justin Boone
theScore
# 8# 10
   
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Dynasty League Football
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Pyromaniac
# 8# 9
   
David Biggs
Drink Five
# 10# 11
   
KJ
Fantasy Team Advice
# 8# 11
   
Dave McKay
The Fantasy Sports Brain
# 10# 13
   
Ryan Hodge
ProjectRoto
# 8# 14
   
Dan Clasgens
Get Sports Info
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Jason Willan
Gridiron Experts
# 9# 14
   
Marc Caviglia
Bruno Boys
# 5# 10
   
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BretskyBall
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Nathan Miller
Revelation Sports
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RotoExperts
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Roto Rankings
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NFL.com
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Fantasy Guru
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Kevin English
Draft Sharks
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Doug Orth
FFToday
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Adam Pfeifer
ProjectRoto
# 8# 14
   
Chris Meaney
FNTSY Sports Network
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Seth Klein
The Fantasy Fix
# 5# 9
   
Kelly Smelser
Punch Drunk Wonderland
# 6# 9
   
Rich Hribar
The Fake Football
# 8# 12
   
Chris Heil
Fantasy Sports Rants
# 7# 10
   
Jason Longfellow
Razzball
# 6# 12
   
Patrick Thorman
Pro Football Focus
# 7# 14
   
Nathan Jahnke
Pro Football Focus
# 9# 15
   
Russell Clay
Daily Fantasy Cafe
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Ryan Noonan
The Fantasy Fix
# 6# 15
   
Matthew Hill
DataForce Fantasy Football
# 7# 11
   
Gene Wang
The Washington Post
# 8# 10
   
Des Bieler
The Washington Post
# 8# 9
   
Smitty
SleeperU
# 13# 14
   
Emil Kadlec
Football Diehards
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George Kurtz
RotoExperts
# 7# 11
   
Heath Capps
Fake Teams
# 5# 9
   
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Fantasy Six Pack
# 10# 11
   
Adam Ronis
ScoutFantasy
# 7# 13
   
Chris Meyers
Athlon Sports
# 9# 10
   
Mike Wright
The Fantasy Footballers
# 7# 14
   
Kaz Kalita
DraftStars
# 8# 18
   
Donald Gibson
Fantasy Fusion
# 10# 11
   
Jack Delaney
Your Fantasy Football Coach
# 9# 13
   
Kevin Steele
The Fantasy Authority
# 10# 13
   
George Banko
Fantasy Football Helpers
# 8# 10
   
Matt Camp
Bleacher Report
# 10# 11
   
Alex Gelhar
NFL.com
# 7# 10
   
Michael Tomlin
SoCalledFanEx
# 11# 13
   
Tyler Loechner
Pro Football Focus
# 7# 12
   
Dorian Colbert
RosterWatch
# 10# 11
   
Nick Mariano
RotoBaller
# 9# 10
   
Bob Lung
Big Guy Fantasy Sports
# 6# 18
   
Scott Smith
RotoViz
# 8# 10
   
Bill Latin
Dynasty Football Warehouse
# 8# 11
   
Blake Fincher
Fantasy Football Cafe
# 8# 12
   
Nate Lundy
5280 Sports Network
# 8# 12
   
David Gonos
SoCalledFanEx
# 6# 5
   
Addison Witt
Fantasy Team Advice
# 8# 5
   
Andy Holloway
The Fantasy Footballers
# 9# 5
   
Terrance Bridgett
Fake Pigskin
# 18# 5
   
Liz Loza
Yahoo! Sports
# 8# 6
   
Scott Cullen
TSN
# 27# 6
   
Adam Inman
FFLockerRoom
# 9# 6
   
Heath Cummings
CBS Sports
# 12# 6
   
Tony Mauriello
ProjectRoto
# 11# 6
   
Matt Schauf
Draft Sharks
# 8# 6
   
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ScoutFantasy
# 11# 6
   
Mark Ross
Athlon Sports
# 10# 6
   
Andy Behrens
Yahoo! Sports
# 10# 6
   
Adam Sutton
DraftStars
# 9# 6
   
Derek Lofland
Fantasy Football Maniax
# 10# 7
   
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# 14# 7
   
Jared Smola
Draft Sharks
# 8# 7
   
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5th Down Fantasy
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Sports Illustrated
# 11# 7
   
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Coach Esser
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RotoBaller
# 10# 7
   
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Fox Sports
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5280 Sports Network
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Gridiron Experts
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ESPN
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The Fantasy Footballers
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ESPN
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Beast Dome
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XN Sports
# 10# 8
   
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# 11# 8
   
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Gridiron Experts
# 10# 9
   
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Sundays Are For Football
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# 10# 9
   
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Pyromaniac
# 10# 9
   
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# 10# 9
   
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# 11# 9
   
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NFL.com
# 14# 9
   
Brad Pinkerton
Sporting News
# 12# 9
   
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CBS Sports
# 11# 9
   
Sean Beazley
EDSFootball
# 11# 10
   
Kevin Hanson
EDSFootball
# 11# 10
   
Bill Enright
FFChamps
# 12# 11
   
Kevin Roberts
Breaking Football
# 12# 11
   
Raju Byfield
Win My Fantasy League
# 19# 16
   
 
Mark Ingram
RB - NO
Mark Ingram
Doug Martin
RB - TB
Doug Martin
2016 Schedule 
Week 1 vs. OAK at ATL
Week 2 at NYG at ARI
Week 3 vs. ATL vs. LA
Week 4 at SD vs. DEN
Week 5BYE WEEK at CAR
Week 6 vs. CARBYE WEEK
Week 7 at KC at SF
Week 8 vs. SEA vs. OAK
Week 9 at SF vs. ATL
Week 10 vs. DEN vs. CHI
Week 11 at CAR at KC
Week 12 vs. LA vs. SEA
Week 13 vs. DET at SD
Week 14 at TB vs. NO
Week 15 at ARI at DAL
Week 16 vs. TB at NO
Week 17 at ATL vs. CAR
 
Mark Ingram
RB - NO
Mark Ingram
Doug Martin
RB - TB
Doug Martin
Rushing
   
Rush Attempts224.8272.0
Rush Yards975.91,208.4
Rush TDs7.96.7
   
Receiving
   
Receptions52.032.1
Rec Yards400.3241.8
Rec TDs1.31.0
   
Points
   
Fantasy Points188.6184.9
   
 
Mark Ingram
RB - NO
Mark Ingram
Doug Martin
RB - TB
Doug Martin
2015 Points 
Week 112.25.4
Week 29.87.8
Week 315.94.6
Week 412.820.3
Week 57.433.8
Week 617.6
Week 720.817.1
Week 811.97.8
Week 99.62.3
Week 109.810.3
Week 1123.5
Week 129.79.8
Week 1315.914.0
Week 1414.6
Week 159.7
Week 167.5
Week 1710.8
 
Mark Ingram
RB - NO
Mark Ingram
Doug Martin
RB - TB
Doug Martin
2015 Targets 
Week 191
Week 232
Week 350
Week 475
Week 533
Week 63
Week 723
Week 851
Week 954
Week 1044
Week 111
Week 1283
Week 1362
Week 143
Week 152
Week 163
Week 177
 
Mark Ingram
RB - NO
Mark Ingram
Doug Martin
RB - TB
Doug Martin
Expert 
Chet Gresham
WalterFootball
Ingram was a strong fantasy player much of last season, averaging the ninth-most fantasy points per game through 12 games. His usage was good, as he averaged 98 total yards on four receptions and 14 rushing attempts per game. His six-touchdown total held back his fantasy numbers, but he was the preferred goal-line back, and that number for a full 16 games would have been more, while there is upside for even more in 2016, as Ingram wasn't even there for the strong surge by Drew Brees during the final four games of 2015. Ingram averaged a nice 4.6 yards per carry in 2015, and even though Tim Hightower came on strong as his replacement, the efficiency was not there as Hightower averaged 3.9 yards per carry. Hightower's numbers were built on an average of 24 touches in the last four games. He'll be 30 going into this coming season, while Ingram will just be 26. There is no way Ingram loses his job, and if he can get in on some of that 24 touch-per-game action in 2016, well, he'll dominate in fantasy. I doubt that happens, but I'll take the 18 touches per game in a good offense and be happyMartin re-signed with Tampa Bay after a big free agency season in 2015. Will he be able to muster the drive for this year like last? Probably, but it always concerns me a bit. The good news is that he has the ability to put up numbers like he did in 2015. I do wish Martin were the every-down back instead of losing touches to Charles Sims
Sablich Brothers
5th Down Fantasy
Last season's expanded role in the passing game a delight for PPR owners. Just one full 16 game in his career however. Fantasy's number 3 overall RB in 2015 should be in line for another great year.
Jeff Boggis
Fantasy Football Empire
When analyzing Ingram's historical performance, over the past 5 seasons, Mark Ingram has only played in all 16 games 1 time. C.J. Spiller may cut into his PPR value. Ingram has never rushed for over 1,000 yards in a single season.I find it difficult to place a lot of stock in Doug Martin as a feature back with the presence of Charles Sims. I would not surprise me if Sims receives enough carries to limit Martin's fantasy value this season. In the past 4 seasons he's had 2 good years and 2 average years. I am not willing to invest a top draft pick to find out what his season is going to be like in 2016.
Raju Byfield
Win My Fantasy League
Loved what Ingram did in '15 but will be hardpressed to reach close to that reception total with a healthy Spiller and rookie WR Thomas in the foldI like Doug Martin, I just like his back up more.
Kevin Roberts
Breaking Football
The talent and role is there for Ingram, but Saints like to use more than one back and he never seems to stay healthyWas crazy good last year but he may not be needed quite as much and Charles Sims is always lurking
Brandon Funston
Yahoo! Sports
6th-best FAN PPG average among RBs in '15 (min. 8 games) thanks to a career-high 50 receptions - with passing game duties now, he's got elite upside if (and it's a big IF) he can manage something close to 16 games Stepped up in a major way in '15, handling 288 carries and finishing as a top 3 fantasy RB as Tampa Bay looked to limit rookie QB Winston's exposure in the pass game - likely will see a reduction in workload in '16 as Bucs' lengthen Winston's leash and also mix passing down RB Charles Sims in a bit more
Bill Latin
Dynasty Football Warehouse
Ingram has shown he can be a complete back. He has a nice floor. 
Bobby Sylvester
FantasyPros
In 2014, Ingram averaged 12.5 fantasy points per game and was a terrific fantasy asset. In 2015, Ingram averaged 12.8, which was even better than Doug Martin, who finished as the No. 3 fantasy running back. What you should take from this, is that if Ingram stays healthy, you've got yourself a top 5 or even top 3 fantasy back in the third round.The Muscle Hampster was second in the league with over 1,400 rushing yards but only managed to find the end zone on 6 runs. Being the type of runner he is, Martin is likely to see a big bump in touchdown rate, and assuming Winston continues to progress and at least one of Tampa's top three receivers actually stays healthy, Martin could see even better fantasy numbers in 2016.
Derek Lofland
Fantasy Football Maniax
Ingram was impressive with 166 carries for 769 yards and six touchdowns. The big improvement was 50 receptions for 405 yards. If he can stay healthy, he is a slam-dunk Top-5 fantasy option. However, staying healthy has been a problem for him most of his career, which is why I view him as a low RB1 to high RB2.Martin had a great contract year with 288 rushing attempts for 1402 yards and 6 touchdowns. He also added 33 receptions for 271 yards and a touchdown. He resigned with Tampa Bay, which should allow him to continue being a solid RB1 in 2016 on an ascending offense.