As DeMarco Murray enters his third NFL season, fantasy owners are presented with a quandary as they consider the merits of drafting him. Because the appeal of his proven talent, blends awkwardly with an alarming history of injuries that has already sidelined him for nine games in his first two seasons. That is not a complete shock, as it is consistent with the results of his collegiate career at Oklahoma. There, he ran for 3,685 yards and scored 65 TDs. Plus, he generated over 1,000 yards in both 2008 and 2010. Yet, Murray was also forced to the sidelines during his tenure by a torn hamstring tendon, and later a dislocated kneecap.