Should a bad game for Martin be a firable offense?

by Gary Shelton on December 28, 2015 · 1 comment

in general, NFL, Tampa Bay Bucs

How much blame is fair to place on Doug Martin?

How much blame is fair to place on Doug Martin?

Monday, 6 a.m.

Shoot him. That's what I say.

Blindfold him, line him against the wall and fire.

Doug Martin fumbled.

Then, recidivist that he is, he fumbled again.

So let's blow him up and throw him away. Let's forget about the yards. Let's forget about the touchdowns. Martin has sinned against the empire, and the fans do not appear prepared to forgive. With two plays, and a lot of mediocre runs, Martin went from asset to liability.

Granted, other Bucs screwed up. Cornerbacks forced four

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Bill Myers December 28, 2015 at 8:56 am

If Martin went on the block there would be five or six teams in line to pick him up right away. He is among the top backs in the NFL and should be a keeper for the Bucs.


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