Cadillac Says Poor Effort Will Rub Off On Freeman

December 13th, 2009

You know the wheels are coming off a losing team when players are questioning each other’s effort.

First, it was Josh Freeman talking about the Bucs’ second-rate practice on Friday, validating what TV analyst Rich Gannon saw.

Now, after todays beating at the hands of the New York Jets, Cadillac Williams tells Tom Balog, Bucs beat writer for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, that the Bucs aren’t giving their all. 

Running back Carnell Williams thinks the players around Freeman are having a negative impact on him, when he sees the missed assignments and penalties by veterans around him who should be setting a better example.

“He’s a young guy, he kind of sees guys sluggish around, things like that, man, it’s going to have an effect on a quarterback,” Williams said.

It’s getting ugly.
On offense, Joe can see the sloppiness, the slumped shoulders and the hung heads. Now it seems pointed fingers are next.

4 Responses to “Cadillac Says Poor Effort Will Rub Off On Freeman”

  1. Louie Says:

    Maybe Morris will take over the offense now.

  2. Sgt Mike Says:

    I think it’s the beginning of the End for “Radio” and his band of idiots.

  3. bucsfanlostiniowa Says:

    Thank god we don’t have to hear how they are fighting to save his job anymore! I believe it may be the end for the dream. No one is buying what he has to sell any more.

  4. D-Rome Says:

    Clearly the players have quit on Raheem Morris. The way the players quit on Raheem and the coaching staff reflects on what they think of the season, their coach, and the direction of the team.

    I guess this turd we call a football team is what the Jon Gruden haters wanted.