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#435 : November 19, 2012, 11:58:35 AM

So to recap, after his first 10 games Martin.....


Has 197 carries for 1000 yards rushing.

Has a 5.1 ypc average.

Has 27 receptions for 319 yards receiving.

Has 8 TDs. (4th in the NFL)

Has 12 plays for 20+ yards. (2nd in the NFL)

Has 7 plays for 40+ yards. (1st in the NFL)

Has a total of 1319 yards from scrimmage. (1st in the NFL)

Everyone knows the QB has a huge advantage for RoY awards, but Luck and RG3 better look out. If Doug can keep this pace for the rest of the season, I really can't imagine him not winning the RoY honors. Haven't seen a rookie running back come in and have this kind of impact since Adrian Peterson.

Thanks for posting JDouble, kudos To Doug for getting 1,000 yards rushing!

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#436 : November 19, 2012, 12:11:50 PM

So to recap, after his first 10 games Martin.....


Has 197 carries for 1000 yards rushing.

Has a 5.1 ypc average.

Has 27 receptions for 319 yards receiving.

Has 8 TDs. (4th in the NFL)

Has 12 plays for 20+ yards. (2nd in the NFL)

Has 7 plays for 40+ yards. (1st in the NFL)

Has a total of 1319 yards from scrimmage. (1st in the NFL)


Man he's killing TRich now, just to put these numbers in perspective.

Trent Richardson

180 carries for 670 yards (3.7 yd avg)
Longest run: 32 yards
5 TDs

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#437 : November 19, 2012, 12:33:08 PM

So to recap, after his first 10 games Martin.....


Has 197 carries for 1000 yards rushing.

Has a 5.1 ypc average.

Has 27 receptions for 319 yards receiving.

Has 8 TDs. (4th in the NFL)

Has 12 plays for 20+ yards. (2nd in the NFL)

Has 7 plays for 40+ yards. (1st in the NFL)

Has a total of 1319 yards from scrimmage. (1st in the NFL)

Everyone knows the QB has a huge advantage for RoY awards, but Luck and RG3 better look out. If Doug can keep this pace for the rest of the season, I really can't imagine him not winning the RoY honors. Haven't seen a rookie running back come in and have this kind of impact since Adrian Peterson.


Compare those #s to Carnell's rookie year and it confirms what i've said for years.... Carnell benefited from a craptastic rookie class. Martin is the real deal.... so glad he's a Buc!!

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#438 : November 19, 2012, 12:40:41 PM

Carnell benefited from a craptastic rookie class.

Without a doubt.    It was an unfortunate year to be picking so high.    The Bucs have picked high a lot, but rarely been lucky to pick high during a year when that high pick was a year with a draft class deserving of that high pick.    They were only lucky with high picks three times.    Lee Roy Selmon, Hugh Green, Warren Sapp.

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#439 : November 19, 2012, 12:46:11 PM

Carnell benefited from a craptastic rookie class.

Without a doubt.    It was an unfortunate year to be picking so high.    The Bucs have picked high a lot, but rarely been lucky to pick high during a year when that high pick was a year with a draft class deserving of that high pick.    They were only lucky with high picks three times.    Lee Roy Selmon, Hugh Green, Warren Sapp.

There was a pick that needed to be made.... we just passed and let him end up in Green Bay.

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#440 : November 19, 2012, 12:56:39 PM

So to recap, after his first 10 games Martin.....


Has 197 carries for 1000 yards rushing.

Has a 5.1 ypc average.

Has 27 receptions for 319 yards receiving.

Has 8 TDs. (4th in the NFL)

Has 12 plays for 20+ yards. (2nd in the NFL)

Has 7 plays for 40+ yards. (1st in the NFL)

Has a total of 1319 yards from scrimmage. (1st in the NFL)


Man he's killing TRich now, just to put these numbers in perspective.

Trent Richardson

180 carries for 670 yards (3.7 yd avg)
Longest run: 32 yards
5 TDs

I guess I owe Dominik, Hickey and Schiano an apology. I was one of those fans that wanted Richardson, Kuchely or Claibourne.

ANyone see Doug Martin knock Kuchley on his ass early in the game. Dougie bowled him over and went for 8 yards on that hit. Kuchley looks very Ruddish IMO.

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#441 : November 19, 2012, 01:06:56 PM

Shoestring Martin!


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#442 : November 19, 2012, 02:26:54 PM

Good read.

http://mattwaldmanrsp.com/2012/11/05/the-progression-of-doug-martin/

Great article, and an amazing harbringer of the Oak game and hopefully many more

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#443 : November 21, 2012, 04:33:58 PM

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/video/nfl/20121120/doug-martin-tampa-bay-buccaneers-jim-trotter.sportsillustrated/


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#444 : November 21, 2012, 04:46:07 PM

JDub...I agree with you....Martin should be getting very serious consideration for ROY.  Unfortunately, because of the media hard on for Luck & Griffin, it's going to be incredibly difficult for him to beat them out.   I think his best chance is to keep up at his current pace AND have the Bucs make the playoffs while the Colts and Skins stay home...that might be persuasive.

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#445 : November 21, 2012, 06:14:28 PM

It's always difficult for any rookie to beat out a rookie QB that does well. Having RG3 and Luck both doing well makes it doubly hard. However, Martin isn't just doing well. He is breaking records and setting standards. He is having one of the best rookie seasons ever. He's already broken several records and is in the company of all time greats like Eric **CENSORED**erson, Barry Sanders, and Adrian Peterson. If he keeps up his current pace, his rookie season will rank top 3 of all time for any running back ever. If that happens, I can't imagine either QB winning it over Doug.  They both look very promising and are having great rookie seasons, but Doug is on pace for a truly epic rookie season. He's got to finish strong though.
: November 21, 2012, 06:17:54 PM JDouble


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#446 : November 21, 2012, 07:32:25 PM

MJD had a damn nice rookie season....and came in 4th in the voting

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#447 : November 21, 2012, 07:39:30 PM

MJD had a damn nice rookie season....and came in 4th in the voting

He didn't have as good a rookie season as Cadillac Williams had.


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#448 : November 21, 2012, 07:43:46 PM

MJD had a damn nice rookie season....and came in 4th in the voting

He didn't have as good a rookie season as Cadillac Williams had.

Pure comedy

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#449 : November 21, 2012, 08:13:28 PM

MJD had a damn nice rookie season....and came in 4th in the voting

He didn't have as good a rookie season as Cadillac Williams had.

Pure comedy

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Carnell Williams rookie season = 1,178 rushing yards
Maurice Jones Drew rookie season = 941 rushing yards

FACTS are comedy to you?   

http://www.nfl.com/player/cadillacwilliams/2506344/profile

http://www.nfl.com/player/mauricejones-drew/2495831/profile

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