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#15 : September 10, 2007, 11:13:27 AM

I question his off-season workout program also.

Pay more attention to the off season.

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#16 : September 10, 2007, 11:15:55 AM

31 of his 60 yards were on give up plays at the end of Q2, he didn't run for a bunch of useful yards.

He was on his way to getting 4-5 yrds per carry before the injury. Hell, on that play he got 5yrds and you could see he was warming up. This offense was backed up consistently, tough to run or do anything starting at the 10 but they were moving on that drive until Garcia went down.

What game were you watching? I see that you've posted these non-truths in several other threads so that people would start to believe they were true. Explain which part of this is where Caddy was getting warmed up? I will give him one thing, he was better than Pittman and Graham.

 3rd Quarter
Seattle Seahawks at 15:00
3-M.Bryant kicks 64 yards from TB 30 to SEA 6. 81-N.Burleson to SEA 22 for 16 yards (28-T.Jackson).
1-10-SEA 22    (14:55) 8-M.Hasselbeck pass short middle to 38-M.Strong to SEA 28 for 6 yards (51-B.Ruud, 93-K.Carter).
2-4-SEA 28    (14:19) 8-M.Hasselbeck pass short middle to 88-M.Pollard to SEA 35 for 7 yards (51-B.Ruud).
1-10-SEA 35    (13:46) 37-S.Alexander up the middle to SEA 39 for 4 yards (59-C.June, 51-B.Ruud).
2-6-SEA 39    (13:09) 8-M.Hasselbeck pass incomplete short right to 83-D.Branch.
3-6-SEA 39    (13:06) 8-M.Hasselbeck pass incomplete short left to 81-N.Burleson (31-P.Buchanon).
4-6-SEA 39    (13:04) 1-R.Plackemeier punts 48 yards to TB 13, Center-48-D.Rackley. 19-I.Hilliard pushed ob at TB 16 for 3 yards (53-N.Koutouvides).
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 12:53
1-10-TB 16     (12:53) 7-J.Garcia pass short left to 84-J.Galloway to TB 20 for 4 yards (21-K.Jennings).
2-6-TB 20    (12:18) 7-J.Garcia pass incomplete deep left to 84-J.Galloway.
3-6-TB 20    (12:12) (Shotgun) 7-J.Garcia pass incomplete short middle to 32-M.Pittman [99-R.Bernard].
4-6-TB 20    (12:08) 9-J.Bidwell punts 49 yards to SEA 31, Center-48-A.Economos. 81-N.Burleson to SEA 35 for 4 yards (58-Q.Black; 35-B.Askew).
Started at our 16. That's not all that bad. We did nothing here.

Seattle Seahawks at 11:57
1-10-SEA 35    (11:57) 37-S.Alexander right end pushed ob at SEA 36 for 1 yard (23-J.Phillips).
2-9-SEA 36    (11:32) 8-M.Hasselbeck pass short right to 84-B.Engram to SEA 42 for 6 yards (23-J.Phillips) [93-K.Carter].
3-3-SEA 42    (10:55) 8-M.Hasselbeck sacked at SEA 35 for -7 yards (94-G.Spires).
4-10-SEA 35    (10:27) 1-R.Plackemeier punts 54 yards to TB 11, Center-48-D.Rackley. 19-I.Hilliard to SEA 49 for 40 yards (20-M.Morris). PENALTY on TB-21-S.Piscitelli, Illegal Block Above the Waist, 7 yards, enforced at TB 14.
Penalties reflect leadership
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 10:13
1-10-TB 7    (10:13) 24-C.Williams right guard to TB 11 for 4 yards (97-P.Kerney; 25-B.Russell).
2-6-TB 11    (9:54) 7-J.Garcia sacked at TB 7 for -4 yards (97-P.Kerney).
3-10-TB 7    (9:14) (Shotgun) 7-J.Garcia pass incomplete deep right to 19-I.Hilliard [51-L.Tatupu].
4-10-TB 7    (9:08) 9-J.Bidwell punts 43 yards to 50, Center-48-A.Economos. 81-N.Burleson to SEA 47 for -3 yards (39-K.Pearson).
Is this where you were saying he was warming up? He didn't carry in the 2nd half before that. He wasn't doing crap

Seattle Seahawks at 08:56
1-10-SEA 47    (8:56) 8-M.Hasselbeck pass short right to 81-N.Burleson to TB 32 for 21 yards (20-R.Barber). FUMBLES (20-R.Barber), RECOVERED by TB-51-B.Ruud at TB 32. 51-B.Ruud to TB 32 for no gain (84-B.Engram).
Looks like pretty good field position

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 08:44
1-10-TB 32    (8:44) 32-M.Pittman up the middle to TB 34 for 2 yards (59-J.Peterson).
2-8-TB 34    (8:01) 7-J.Garcia pass short middle to 81-A.Smith to TB 40 for 6 yards (56-L.Hill).
Timeout #1 by TB at 07:25.
3-2-TB 40    (7:25) 7-J.Garcia scrambles right end to TB 43 for 3 yards (59-J.Peterson).
1-10-TB 43    (6:48) 12-L.McCown pass incomplete deep middle to 84-J.Galloway (24-D.Grant).
2-10-TB 43    (6:43) (Shotgun) 34-E.Graham up the middle to TB 44 for 1 yard (59-J.Peterson).
3-9-TB 44    (6:11) (Shotgun) 12-L.McCown pass short right to 19-I.Hilliard to SEA 47 for 9 yards (27-J.Babineaux; 21-K.Jennings). Official measurement.
1-10-SEA 47    (5:39) 84-J.Galloway left end pushed ob at SEA 46 for 1 yard (21-K.Jennings).
2-9-SEA 46    (5:06) 32-M.Pittman right tackle to SEA 44 for 2 yards (93-C.Terrill, 55-D.Tapp).
3-7-SEA 44    (4:28) 12-L.McCown sacked at SEA 49 for -5 yards (59-J.Peterson). FUMBLES (59-J.Peterson) [59-J.Peterson], and recovers at SEA 49. 12-L.McCown to SEA 49 for no gain (59-J.Peterson) [59-J.Peterson].
4-12-SEA 49    (3:38) 9-J.Bidwell punts 49 yards to end zone, Center-48-A.Economos, Touchback.

Tell the truth, Garcia and Caddy weren't doing crap before they got hurt.

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#17 : September 10, 2007, 11:19:43 AM

Garcia and Carnell were producing before their respective injuries.  The only arguement you can make that they were not producing was putting up 6's but I am sure that is not the basis of your arguement.


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#18 : September 10, 2007, 11:27:23 AM

Hmm I see a Carnell homer in this thread, not ready to admit that wasting that pick on Williams was a huge mistake.. sounds like our coach.


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#19 : September 10, 2007, 11:28:39 AM

Hmm I see a Carnell homer in this thread, not ready to admit that wasting that pick on Williams was a huge mistake.. sounds like our coach.

How can you conclude that Williams is a wasted pick?


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#20 : September 10, 2007, 11:32:06 AM

Again, garbage time at the end of the 2nd half is not how you measure whether your running back is producing or not. Before those carries he was averaging 3 yards per carry.

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#21 : September 10, 2007, 11:34:26 AM

Again, garbage time at the end of the 2nd half is not how you measure whether your running back is producing or not. Before those carries he was averaging 3 yards per carry.

If you were to remove a lot of the yardage generated during garbage time for all players in the NFL then that changes ones perspective of what is considered good production no?

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#22 : September 10, 2007, 11:35:49 AM

Hmm I see a Carnell homer in this thread, not ready to admit that wasting that pick on Williams was a huge mistake.. sounds like our coach.

How can you conclude that Williams is a wasted pick?


How can you conclude he wasn't?

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#23 : September 10, 2007, 11:37:40 AM

Hmm I see a Carnell homer in this thread, not ready to admit that wasting that pick on Williams was a huge mistake.. sounds like our coach.

How can you conclude that Williams is a wasted pick?


How can you conclude he wasn't?

Exactly.


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#24 : September 10, 2007, 11:39:04 AM

Hmm I see a Carnell homer in this thread, not ready to admit that wasting that pick on Williams was a huge mistake.. sounds like our coach.

How can you conclude that Williams is a wasted pick?


How can you conclude he wasn't?

Exactly.


I conclude that his performance during his career has been below average. Your turn.

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#25 : September 10, 2007, 11:46:08 AM

He also doesn't have that break away speed that we could use once in a while.

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#26 : September 10, 2007, 11:58:01 AM

Hmm I see a Carnell homer in this thread, not ready to admit that wasting that pick on Williams was a huge mistake.. sounds like our coach.

How can you conclude that Williams is a wasted pick?


How can you conclude he wasn't?

Exactly.


I conclude that his performance during his career has been below average. Your turn.

His career is not over yet.  Your turn.

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#27 : September 10, 2007, 12:03:21 PM

Hmm I see a Carnell homer in this thread, not ready to admit that wasting that pick on Williams was a huge mistake.. sounds like our coach.

How can you conclude that Williams is a wasted pick?


How can you conclude he wasn't?

Exactly.


I conclude that his performance during his career has been below average. Your turn.

His career is not over yet.  Your turn.
It's half over, seeing as how the average career for an NFL RB is 6 years, and Caddy is made of Crystal. Your turn SAlly_Da_Way

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#28 : September 10, 2007, 12:23:44 PM

As Bornabuc said, Carnell had his numbers skewed from the garbage runs (and puzzling play calling), at the end of the second qtr.  Not impressed with the run blocking, not impressed with the runs.


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#29 : September 10, 2007, 12:25:10 PM

Hmm I see a Carnell homer in this thread, not ready to admit that wasting that pick on Williams was a huge mistake.. sounds like our coach.

How can you conclude that Williams is a wasted pick?


How can you conclude he wasn't?

Exactly.


I conclude that his performance during his career has been below average. Your turn.

His career is not over yet. Your turn.
It's half over, seeing as how the average career for an NFL RB is 6 years, and Caddy is made of Crystal. Your turn SAlly_Da_Way

Actually the average career for an NFL RB is 3 years.  I once again must gracefully apologize for overloading your brain on your holiday. ^.^
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