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Bucs RB Carnell Williams (Getty)

Inside the 10 hadn't been Carnell Williams' home in the NFL — until last Sunday against New Orleans, when he touched the ball four of seven times inside the 10. The result? Two TDs for Williams and the arrival of his new role as a short-yardage back.

Seven plays announced Carnell Williams' use as a goal-line back last Sunday. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers faced goal-to-go situations seven times against the New Orleans Saints, and five of those opportunities went to Williams, the third-year back that, while fairly productive in his two-year career, had never consistently been used as a goal-to-go ball carrier. Mike Alstott handled the goal-to-go...

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