Broncos in the NFL Recap: Week Nine

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Wow, Doug Martin. Wow.

Former Boise State running back Doug Martin set franchise records with 251 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns – from 1, 45, 65 and 70 yards – in Tampa Bay’s 42-32 win over Oakland, Sunday.

Martin’s yardage total is tied for the 10th-highest in National Football League history, and he is the first player in league history with three rushing touchdowns of 45-plus yards in a single game.

Check out THIS STORY from The Captain’s Blog, the Official Blog of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, for a complete recap of Martin’s day.

Daryn Colledge started his ninth-straight game of the 2012 season at left guard for the Arizona Cardinals Sunday, and it looks like another former Bronco will be joining him on the left side of the offensive line. Nate Potter, a seventh-round pick in 2012, made his second professional appearance this week – and the coaches liked what they saw.

In THIS STORY, head coach Ken Whisenhunt said they are going to give Potter a chance to start at left tackle following the team’s bye this week.

''Very impressed with what Nate did for us yesterday,'' Whisenhunt said Monday. ''I think it was a good time to make that switch with him in there, and based on what I saw off the tape, it merits moving forward.''

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