Doug Martin continues to be an impact fantasy player

Grant Halverson

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin racked up the yards in Week 11. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin has been a potent weapon in his first year in the league. In Week 11 versus the Carolina Panthers, Martin carried the ball 24 times for 138 yards -- he also had four receptions for 23 yards on top of that.

As a rookie, Martin has been an impact player for the Buccaneers. They have used him as an all-purpose threat, and it's worked well for them in 2012.

Fantasy Analysis: In the preseason rankings, there was the anticipation that Martin would quickly develop into a difference-maker for the Buccaneers. He has shown he can carry the load for the team, help move the chains and make plays when needed.

Martin is a fantasy must-start every week. Considering where he was drafted in most leagues, Doug Martin has been a steal, proving his value ten times over.

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