Carroll County Times: In an extremely candid interview ...

Carroll County Times: In an extremely candid interview Thursday,
Balti-more Ravens running back Willis Mcgahee acknowl-edged the
painful reality of his unproductive season punctuated by a shaky
per-formance during a 24-10 win over the Washington Red-skins.
McGahee seemed sad about the situation. "I'm back to normal, but
I played like doo-doo," McGahee said. "It's nothing to be happy
about it, just have to do better this game." McGahee rushed for
just 32 yards on 11 carries against the Redskins, losing a fum-
ble, dropping a pass and bobbling a pitch that went out of bounds.
He missed practice Wednesday because of a family issue, but
returned to work Thursday and remains hopeful that he can turn
things around. When asked if the coach-ing staff still believes in
him, McGahee replied: "To tell you the truth, I wouldn't. I
haven't had the best season. Right now, Le'Ron [McClain] and Ray
[Rice] are the hot guys. You stick with your guns."

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