Doug Martin has been named to the 2015 AP All-Pro team, his first All-Pro berth and the first Bucs running back to earn that honor since James Wilder in 1984 -- not counting Mike Alstott, who earned multiple All-Pro berths at fullback. Martin is the only Tampa Bay Buccaneers player to earn an All-Pro berth this season.
The Dougernaut had his best season since his rookie year, and finished second in the league in rushing yards. He racked up 1,402 yards on 288 carries with six touchdowns, adding 33 catches for 271 yards and one more touchdown. Those totals are especially impressive given the fact that backup Charles Sims took over 40% of the team's running back snaps and managed to post over 1,000 yards from scrimmage himself.
With Martin also earning a Pro Bowl spot, his price is only going up. Jason Licht and whoever the Bucs hire as their new head coach will have to pony up to keep the running back around next season, as he's heading for free agency this offseason.