Doug Martin has 100 all-purpose in Week 10: Fantasy Implications

Al Messerschmidt

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin breaks 100 all-purpose yards in Week 10. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin did a fairly good job contributing to his team's Week 10 win over the San Diego Chargers. On Sunday, Martin accounted for over 100 all-purpose yards, rushing and receiving. He's been a strength of the team, already as a rookie.

The team's new identity involves Martin quite a bit.

Fantasy Analysis: Rookie RB Doug Martin has had a number of a headline-worthy games. As a rookie, Martin has shown great promise for the future. His athletic ability allows him to be an all-purpose weapon and game breaker for the Bucs.

The team has completely transitioned from LaGarrette Blount to Doug Martin, without hesitation. Martin will continue to shoulder the workload for Tampa Bay, so keep him in your lineup each week.

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