Head coach Lovie Smith won't overuse RB Doug Martin as was often the case under Greg Schiano. The Bucs will rotate in some other backs to keep him fresh, mentioning rookie Charles Sims, Bobby Rainey and Mike James.
Much of Martin's fantasy value came from his high volume usage, though there is a chance he is more effective with limited work. If Martin starts slow for a third consecutive season there is a real chance Sims or James takes over as the featured back. Martin almost certainly will not be a top-five fantasy back like he was as a rookie, and he is riskier than several players currently going after him in drafts.ANALYST: Steve Pimental
Dwyane Wade (knee) is listed as questionable for Friday's game.
Wade didn't play on Wednesday due to a sore knee, so of course he is questionable for Friday. If he isn't in the starting lineup, Mario Chalmers will once again get the start and see a bump in value. Wade has been relatively healthy this season and has produced in a big way in the process. He's averaging 21.6 points and 5.2 assists per game. Analysis: David Kerr
Ross Detwiler has made the Rangers starting rotation.
There are far worse pitchers with starting jobs in baseball, so Detwiler is deserving of this chance. He's bounced back and forth between the starting rotation and the bullpen while pitching for the Nationals, but should settle in as a member of the Rangers' rotation. He has solid value in AL-Only leagues. Analysis: David Kerr