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Morris feels Cadillac Williams will have a breakout 2010

Coach Raheem Morris said in an interview with that he’s excited for RB Cadillac Williams this season. Williams finally played a full year in 2009 after dealing with multiple knee injuries, and he finished with 821 rushing yards and four touchdowns along with 219 receiving yards and three touchdowns. Morris said Williams is ready to build on that performance.

“Last year Cadillac’s whole goal was to go out there and get 16 in, and he accomplished that with ease,” Morris said. “Now, I’m sure Cadillac wants to go back to being his productive, dominant self. He had a pretty good year last year, but I’m sure he’s looking forward to coming out and being more spectacular and regaining some of the stuff like he had in his first four games when we put his shoes in Canton. We look forward to those things. He looks forward to those things. He’s driven. He’s motivated. He’s a guy that drives me because of his passion. I’m excited about Cadillac. Just talking about Cadillac gives me chills because he’s the type of guy you want to be around. He’s the type of guy you want to have on your football team. All those things add up and factor in for me.”

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One Response to “Morris feels Cadillac Williams will have a breakout 2010”

  1. Seam says:

    So are the coaches just delusional? I mean Caddy is a great guy and has proven himself to be incredibly tough and resilient, but he was never dominant. He had an incredible start to his rookie year and that Cadillac has never been heard from again. I would have to say at this point that the Caddy we saw in that period is the anomaly and that the Caddy we have seen since then is the real Cadillac Williams: great guy, extremely average running back. The NFL is a business. If Raheem is going to make an NFL coach he is going to have to be able to seperate his emotions from the facts of the situation. I am sure he is great guy and there is a place for him on this roster but it is not as the featured running back. He is a tremendous character guy and Lord knows this team needs character, but the thought of having our number one running back lead us with 800+ yards again makes me want to bang my head on against a cinder block wall. Hello 3 and 13!

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