Rookie running back Doug Martin has taken the NFL and it’s fans by storm as of late. At the halfway mark of the 2012 season, Martin is getting lots of attention. And with the performances and stats he has recorded, he deserves it. Martin now holds the Bucs’ record for most yards and touchdowns in a single game with 251 yards and four touchdowns against the Oakland Raiders. He also became the first player in NFL history with 3 TD runs of 40 yards or more in a game (70, 67, 45). His 486 scrimmage yards in the past two games is the most in a two-game span since Walter Payton did it in 1977. He currently sits atop the rookie class with 794 yards and ranks second in the NFL with 5.2 yards per carry. How did he get to this point? Check out the fan-made video below for that answer as he teaches NFL defenders how to “Dougie”. The post How to Dougie: Doug Martin highlights (VIDEO) appeared first on The Bay Cave.