Thursday, November 03, 2005
Cadillac is Back
After Thursday's practice, Jon Gruden said Cadillac Williams is back. Cadillac was cutting and running like he did prior to his foot injury.
Cadillac, who has not played since Oct. 2, was full-go in practice Wednesday and took most of the repetitions as the team's No. 1 tailback. He was able to burst through the hole, change directions and accelerate with speed.
This is great news for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Since Cadillac's injury the Buccaneers running game and passing game has been affected. The star rookie, who after the first three games broke the NFL records for the most yards by a rookie in the first three games. Cadillac had the honor of having his shoes and gloves displayed in Canton, Ohio (The NFL HALL OF FAME.)
This is the link about Cadillac Williams and the NFL HALL OF FAME.
I know last week Cadillac played against the 49ers, he rushed 13 times for only 20 yards. Cadillac blamed himself and rated his performance as poor. Coach Gruden said, Cadillac can not take all the blame, when he is getting hit in the back field on every rushing play, it is the offensive line's fault. Lets hope that a health Cadillac will make this ship sail straight again.
We need Cadillac to help our running game and to help Chris Simms. A health Cadillac gives Simms a better opportunity to succeed as our QB.