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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Doug Martin
Moves to consider in the wake of injuries to Jay Cutler, Reggie Wayne, Sam Bradford, Doug Martin and Jermichael Finley.
New Mexico State has dropped the interim tag for coach Doug Martin.
Ah, that growing list of Broncos playmakers: Peyton Manning. Von Miller. Demaryius Thomas.
It's been a terrific half-season for Matt Ryan, Marshawn Lynch, J.J. Watt and Charles Tillman.
I've talked plenty in this column about the "golden age" of quarterbacks and the new wave in fantasy football, but it's been nice to see some old-school running back dominance of late.
Good as Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III have been, look beyond the first-year quarterbacks making a strong first impression and check out the other NFL rookies delivering dynamic performances.
In what is turning into a memorable year for rookies, Andrew Luck and Doug Martin took the excellence to a record level.
Doug Martin never had a homecoming like this during his stellar college career at Boise State.
The regular-season finale between New Mexico and Boise State is all about two teams heading in vastly different directions.
A year ago, Doug Martin was focused on tackling ball carriers, chasing receivers and learning his assignments as Boise State's newest defensive back.
Despite his emergence this year as the top back for one of the nation's top teams, Martin said he intends to keep success in perspective, knowing the margin separating him from his friends Avery and Harper is thin.
"We knew going into fall camp it was going to be a competitive battle for the starting job," Martin said before Petersen tapped him as the starter Monday. "We're really happy for each other. Most of the time, we have a package for two of us being on the field at the same time, and some with all three of us on the field. So we're all going to get involved."