NFL fans might want to get used to the name "Muscle Hamster." Doug Martin should probably get accustomed to it as well.
If Tampa Bay Buccaneers' rookie continues to perform like he did against the Oakland Raiders, the nickname will presumably be trending for a while whether Martin likes it or not.
Martin rushed for a franchise-record 251 yards and four touchdowns, leading Tampa Bay past Oakland 42-32 in Week 9. He was 45 yards shy of tying the single-game rookie record of 296 held by Adrian Peterson. He also joined Denver's Mike Anderson as the only running backs with at least 250 rushing yards and four touchdowns in a single game, via the Associated Press.
The stats don't end there.
Martin wasn't the only rookie to shine in Week 9. Colts quarterback and 2012 No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Luck put on a show against the Miami Dolphins, breaking Cam Newton's year-old rookie record for most passing yards in a single game with 433. He also threw two touchdowns as Indianapolis went on to win 23-20.
There was also rookie Russell Wilson, who led Seattle to a 30-20 win over Minnesota with three touchdown passes.
But who had the best performance of Week 9? Scroll down to vote!
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