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Doug Martin

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Has become a fuggin Beast! Last week he got me 33 fantasy points. This week already 44.5

Not even in 4th qtr and he's got 244 yds rushing on 18 carries... 3 TD's

This dude is out of control

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He got me 52 points in my $$ league. He is a monster. Just hope he doesn't get hurt or anything. He is pretty much the only good thing to come out of Boise State.

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Respect to that kid.

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I played against him :(

He put up 65 points.

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100 pts in my CBS league. Unreal....highest point total for a RB by far in the 13 years we have been runnning our league. Going to trade him this week since his stock is so high and make my run to the championship. Thanks Doug!!!

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