It was a swift and decisive run for daylight late Sunday afternoon, a moment worth noting in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ground game.
And no, the breakaway run wasnt the 15-yard rumble by rookie first-round draft pick Doug Martin to help ice a 16-10 win over Carolina the final touch in a banner debut that cemented his position as starting tailback.
The dash in question was executed by last years starter, LeGarrette Blount, who was the first player to run off the field and into the tunnel to the locker room and the first Buc dressed and out the door minutes later before reporters were allowed inside for post-game interviews.
Blount wasnt available for the media Monday, either, following a game in which he carried the ball only three times for eight yards and was, for all intents and purposes, a non-factor.
Blount did show flashes of his old, free-wheeling style when he caught a flair pass from Josh Freeman and hurdled safety Charles Godfrey for a two-yard gain.
But on the next p...