Doug Martin ran home.
And ran, and ran, and ran.
The Buccaneers rookie running back, a native of nearby Stockton, Calif., rushed for 251 yards and four touchdowns to lead Tampa Bay to a 42-32 victory at Oakland on Sunday.
Playing before more than 60 family and friends, Martin joined Denvers Mike Anderson as the only backs with at least 250 yards rushing and four TDs in a single game.
Floridas other two NFL teams werent as fortunate.
Miami lost 23-20 at Indianapolis, where Colts quarterback Andrew Luck set a rookie passing record with 433 yards.
Jacksonville fell to a league-worst 1-7 when it lost at home to Detroit 31-14.
The Dolphins and Jags heck, every other team in the NFL for that matter would love to have a player producing like Martin has the past few weeks.
The No. 31 overall pick out of Boise State, Martin scored on runs of 70, 67, 45 and 1 yards. He became the first back since at least 1940 to score three touchdown runs of at least 45 yards, according to STATS L...