NFL 2010 Pre-Season Week 1 Bucs-Dolphins: Something To Build Upon

August 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Moments matter in preseason football more than the outcome. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost their opener to the Miami Dolphins in a soggy 10-7 in a game that's likely to be forgotten in a month.
While the Bucs fell to 0-1 in the practice season, what was really unveiled were two players that we talked about before training camp started: Mike Williams and Kareem Huggins. Both made big plays in their 2010 debut, but they weren't alone.
Cadillac Williams looked rejuvenated behind a Bucs offensive line that pushed around the supposedly superior Miami Dolphins defense. Franchise quarterback Josh Freeman (or as I like to call him, the Free-chise) stood tall in the pocket, made the right decisions and fired lasers to tight end Ryan Purvis and receivers Sammie Stroughter, Maurice Stovall, and the aforementioned Williams.
The Williams 30-yard dart was a thing of beauty. Freeman, recognizing one-on-one man coverage with Dolphins second year corner man Vontae Davis, fired a rai...

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