4. Doug Martin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
By all accounts, Martin had a ridiculous rookie season in 2012, accounting for 1,926 yards from scrimmage and a dozen touchdowns. But even before injuries derailed his 2013 season, he was averaging just 76 yards per game in six outings and had just one touchdown.
With lots of options at running back in 2014, it’s best not to hitch your team’s first-round wagon to a guy with so many question marks. Could Martin bounce right back to his 2012 self and live up to the hype he was getting entering the 2013 fantasy draft season? Certainly. But the Buccaneers are going to want to test out their retooled aerial attack with Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans quite a bit too. Josh McCown will have a chance to air things out with his new team and that could hurt Martin a lot.