They stopped in to see Ron & Ian on Thursday 9-13-12
Ron and Ian were at the Trop to watch the Rays sweep the Toronto Blue Jays
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By Dory LeBlanc
As a rookie Doug Martin had a year seasoned vets dream about, amassing almost 2,000 total yards and 12 touchdowns. Despite his size, Martin also stood out among opposing teams, coaches, analysts, and fans with his efficient blocking. Martin's efforts were capped off with an appearance in the Pro Bowl, becoming only the third Buccaneers rookie in history to have the honor bestowed upon him.
A year later, things are different for Martin - he is now on the radar of every defensive coordinator's playbook: If you stop No. 22, you will stop the Bucs.
That doesn't give the edge to the opposition; Martin is one year deeper in Mike Sullivan's system and has no plans on being stopped. That all starts at training camp.
"In Year 1, I didn't know what to expect," Martin told the Ron and Ian Show. "I just wanted to come out here, please the coaches and try to win a job. Right now, I'm helping a lot of the younger running backs out here and new running backs. I'm a lot more comfortable being out here on the field and I'm a lot more confident. I'm just having a good time as well.
"I've done a good job of getting into my playbook and I try to understand the whole offensive system and 'why am I running this route? So the receiver has a hook,' and just getting the whole picture of the whole offensive system."
As hard as Martin has worked in the offseason and as confident as he is, he refuses to set lofty goals for himself.
"I personally don't like to set personal goals for myself, I just like to let everything to fall into place," Martin said. "I know I'm a hard worker and I have a strong work ethic, and if I can continue to do that throughout the season, the rest will fall into place."
To hear Doug Martin's entire conversation with Ron and Ian, click below: