Fantasy Football: The Top 10 Running Backs You Should Target

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7) Doug Martin

Just like Morris at number 6, Martin was a rookie in 2012 so he lacks the lengthy track record. Tampa Bay likes to run the ball and Martin proved up tot he task in 2012. Unlike a year ago, when there was a chance he went undrafted in many drafts, he will be taken early this season. He may not get as many yards or touchdowns as Morris but he did have 49 receptions for nearly 500 yards a year ago. I almost placed him ahead of Morris because of his catches but it came down to rushing yardage for me. The receptions are a bonus. Either way, unless their rookie years were flukes, you should get a good back with either of these players.