When Williams has 22-plus rushing attempts, the Bucs are 10-0

Out of all the things that can be expected of the Tampa Bay offense, one thing is for sure that besides a win, the run game must be established. The historical quarterback controversy seems to have been nullified with the signing of Byron Leftwich and his opening game performance against the Dallas Cowboys with 276 yard passing and one touchdown. He has the precession, the accuracy, the drive, the motivation and for the most part the height that Tampa has been looking for in a quarterback.

So what happened to the running game that Tampa had been supposedly working on with the signing of Micheal Pittman, the return of Warrick Dunn, the expansion of Earnest Grahmn and the rotation of Ward and Williams.

Tampa has lost that drive and potential that it had attained with the consideration of a running game before Gruden was released and Morris came in as that hopeful assumption of a turn-around- coach for the struggling Buccaneers. Now what needs to turned around is the rushing game that the Bucs could consider as powerful threat to any defensive front that could be brought as competition.





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