Cadillac Williams Speaks

December 20th, 2009

Cadillac Williams took time out from a jubilant Bucs locker room to talk on the Buccaneers Radio Network about the victory over Seattle.

“It was a total team win. The offense, the defense and I have to tip my hat to the offensive line who gave me and Derrick [Ward] some room to run.

“On my screen pass [for a touchdown] the offensive line did a good job and got me in the end zone. Yeah, we had confidence. At halftime [Raheem the Dream] said we needed to punch it in and on defense, we will knock the fight out of them. When we punched it in, the game totally changed.”

4 Responses to “Cadillac Williams Speaks”

  1. George C. Costanza Says:

    I’m happy for the lads, Joe.
    The two scoring screen passes were beautiful and Carnell looked real fluid running on the highlight reel.
    And E. Mack!

  2. Denny Says:

    Not that i want to get ahead of myself or the Buccaneers for that matter, but i seem to remember the Bucs, being coached by T. Dungy, was in mid-season form in his first year when they had to take a trip to the left coast and play the San Diego Chargers. The team was showing small glimpses of turning it around and buying into the Dungy system before this game. And the Bucs had never played well on the left coast let alone win out there, but they went out there any way. Well before you know J.Lynch intercepted a pass and the Bucs WON against the Chargers and the history of the team was changed. I wonder if this particular West coast game might change our Buccaneers again. I just wonder.

  3. Chuck Says:

    I hope so!

  4. Sgt Mike Says:

    The Chargers were a pretty good team that year that never got going. The Seahawks are a team in almost as much disarray as the Bucs and the injuries have taken there toll on them as well. I Don’t see this as anything more than 2 terrible teams went onto the field and only one could come out with a win. We just happened to come out with a win. More went right for us than them. If we go and beat the pants off of N.O. and ATL then talk to me about turning things around.