“Cadillac Williams Day”

October 11th, 2009

In speaking on the Bucs radio network during today’s pregame show, Bucs general manager Mark Dominik explained how the Bucs sift through the free agent list to find a kicker.

In short, they hear the clock ticking.

“We put them on the clock,” Dominik said. “From the snap to the kick, we want them to kick it in 1.40 seconds. If they can do it in 1.30 that’s great. If they are not [hitting 1.40] they are taking too much time and we have to yell at them.”

Dominik also said when the Bucs work out kickers, he likes for there to be several on hand to amp up the pressure.

As for the Bucs ditching the 2-2-1 running back rotation, Dominik said the play of Cadillac Williams dictated that.

“We feel pretty confident because Cadillac has done such a good job,” Dominik said. “He has the hot hand. We will still see Derrick Ward, but this will be Cadillac Williams Day. He’s been close to breaking the big one.”

2 Responses to ““Cadillac Williams Day””

  1. Bucsfan5 Says:

    Not gonna be Caddy day if we can’t stop the deep ball on defense. I don’t think it’s too soon for the Fire Jim Bates movement to start, our defense is picking up where that Broncos D left off with him last year.

  2. bucsfanlostiniowa Says:

    overrated fan favorite/total no-factor/comeback player of the year my ass!/trade him now before he snaps his knee again!