Cadillac Shooting For 1,400 YardsAugust 7th, 2010
No matter when history looks back on the Buccaneers, surely Cadillac Williams will go down as one of the toughest most determined players in franchise history, maybe even NFL history.
To battle back after two horrendous knee injuries and churn out 823 yards on the ground last year, plus 28 catches and seven touchdowns, was extraordinary.
Now Cadillac expects a lot more.
While Joe and many Bucs fans are stressed out wondering when his knee will blow out for the third time, Cadillac is fearless. Speaking on The Ron and Ian Show, on WDAE-AM 620 this week, Cadillac said his knees are “like new — lovely. This is my sixth training camp. I think this is the best I ever felt.”
Cadillac explained that his injuries are an afterthought and he has Pro Bowl goals.
“I definitely want to rush well over 1,200 [yards], 1,400 yards anywhere around there. In this sixth year, I’ve put the injury and everything behind me. I’m done with that,” Cadillac said.
While Joe doubts Cadillac has that kind of season in him, right now Joe’s just going to stand up and applaud.
Kick some ass, Caddy.