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Doug Martin, Bobby Rainey's Instant Fantasy Reaction After Week 4

Doug Martin is back and healthy, which is good news for fantasy teams but bad news for Bobby Rainey. The starter had missed two games with a leg injury, in which Rainey came through with one huge game (174 total yards Week 2) and one average game (105 total yards and two lost fumbles in Week 3). Show More Summary

Mike Evans out as Bucs try to rally back in Pittsburgh

Rookie wide receiver Mike Evans made a terrific catch to set the Buccaneers up inside the five-yard line on their first possession of the second half, giving them field position that Doug Martin used for a short rushing touchdown that tied the game at 17. The Steelers grabbed the lead back a short time later…

Doug Martin back on the field for fantasy owners Sunday

Doug Martin is officially active Sunday afternoon. We break down the fantasy implications. Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin is active against the Pittsburgh Steelers, reported ESPN Insider Adam Caplan. Martin missed last...Show More Summary

Doug Martin injury update: RB is ready to be put back in fantasy lineups

The Buccaneers will have their bell-cow running back active on Sunday once again. We break down the fantasy implications. Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin returned to practice at full capacity and is listed as "probable"...Show More Summary

NFL Rumors: Buccaneers QB Mike Glennon to start remaining 13 games?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have already undergone their fair share of injuries in this young season. WR Vincent Jackson is ailing with a wrist injury. LB Mason Foster, DT Gerald McCoy and RB Doug Martin have all missed games so far this year. Add QB Josh McCown to the list. The veteran journeyman is expected […]

Doug Martin, Gerald McCoy probable for Buccaneers

The 0-3 Buccaneers appear set to get a few key players back for Sunday’s game at Pittsburgh. Star defensive tackle Gerald McCoy (hand) and starting tailback Doug Martin (knee) are listed as probable on the club’s injury report released this afternoon. Martin put in a full practice, while McCoy was limited. Neither McCoy nor Martin

Doug Martin's Updated Fantasy Outlook with Mike Glennon as QB

Several shakeups for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this week have completely changed the roster ahead of the matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The two most significant, of course, are that Mike Glennon will start at quarterback and share...Show More Summary

Should fantasy owners be convinced of Doug Martin saying he's 100 percent?

Doug Martin said he is 100 percent. We break down the fantasy implications. Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin said he is 100 percent healthy and is over his knee injury. He missed the last two games for the Bucs and is expected to play in Week 4 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Even before the injury issues, he's been awful. Show More Summary

Doug Martin's Fantasy Expectations Must Be Tempered in Week 4 vs. Steelers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin has had quite a fall from grace since his impressive 1,454-yard, 11-touchdown 2012 rookie season. In 2013, the ball-carrier averaged a lackluster 3.6 yards per carry before a shoulder injury ended his season. Show More Summary

Doug Martin practices on Monday, getting close to fantasy return

Martin got in a practice on Monday and didn't appear to be limited. We break down the fantasy implications. Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin returned to practice on Monday. The Bucs had only an informal walkthrough coming...Show More Summary

Doug Martin expected back for Week 4, per report; fantasy value solid

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin is expected back from his knee injury sooner rather than later. We break down the fantasy implications. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are "confident" that running back Doug Martin will return from his injury against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 4, according to Rotoworld. Show More Summary

Bobby Rainey's Poor Week 3 Performance Makes Doug Martin Better Fantasy Asset

Fantasy football pundits sang the praises of Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Bobby Rainey after a strong Week 2 showing, but his Week 3 performance made it clear that he can't be relied upon on a weekly basis. The Bucs were embarrassed by the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday night in the form of a 56-14 shellacking. Show More Summary

Bobby Rainey salvages fantasy stats in garbage time in Week 3

Despite fumbling twice, Rainey still managed to post over 100 total yards in Week 3. We break down the fantasy implications. With Doug Martin out for Week 3, Bobby Rainey took over the starting duties for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Rainey...Show More Summary

Buccaneers Must End Bobby Rainey Experiment, Bring Back Doug Martin as Bell Cow

Nothing went right for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during their humiliating 56-14 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday Night Football. Their defense couldn't get a stop, special teams was a complete disaster and their running game without...Show More Summary

Gerald McCoy, Doug Martin, Roddy White among Thursday inactives

The Buccaneers will be without a Pro Bowl interior lineman and their starting tailback on Thursday night. Standout defensive tackle Gerald McCoy (hand) and running back Doug Martin (knee) are both inactive for tonight’s game at Atlanta, the Bucs said. Bobby Rainey starts in place of Martin, who will miss his second straight game, while…

Roddy White, Doug Martin, Gerald McCoy inactive for Thursday Night Football

Roddy White, Doug Martin and Gerald McCoy are being held out of Thursday Night Football. The inactive lists have been released for Thursday Night Football, and they feature three prominent players. For the Falcons, star wide receiver...Show More Summary

Bobby Rainey set up for a big fantasy day with Doug Martin out

Doug Martin is inactive for Thursday's game against the Falcons. We break down the fantasy implications. Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin will not play against the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday Night Football. He did not play in Week 2 due to a knee injury suffered in Week 1 against the Carolina Panthers. Show More Summary

Report: Buccaneers RB Doug Martin unlikely to play against Falcons

If you hoped Doug Martin's knee would be feeling better by now, his absence Thursday likely will be a disappointment.

Report: Doug Martin, Gerald McCoy unlikely to play Thursday night

The Buccaneers listed defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and running back Doug Martin as questionable for Thursday night’s game against the Falcons, but it doesn’t look like either one of them will be on the field. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that McCoy and Martin are both unlikely to be active for the NFC South…

Bobby Rainey's Emergence as a Fantasy Stud Makes Doug Martin Expendable

For Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Lovie Smith, there seems to be an uncertainty about what to do at the running back position. Fantasy owners, however, should have no qualms about how to handle the current situation involving Bobby Rainey and Doug Martin. With Martin sitting out last week's game against St. Show More Summary

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