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Reggie Bush (#22) and the New York Jets have been in a war of words. (Bill Ingram/Palm Beach Post)
Last time the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins played, Reggie Bush left the game with a knee injury caused by LaRon Landry. Bush believed it was a dirty hit and did not take kindly to the words of the Jets players and coach. Rex Ryan apologized for his “Hot Sauce” comments and said they were misinterpreted. Ryan said, previous to the game, “We need to pour hot sauce on him”.
“I never said we were trying to injure Reggie Bush, that’s not even close. He’s going to get our attention, I’m sorry, but he’s a player that’s going to warrant a lot of attention and that’s what I meant by my comments. If it was taken differently, I apologized for that. But trust me we know when he’s in the game,” said Ryan.
Calvin Pace did not make the situation any better when he said the Jets had to “take him out of the game”. Pace quickly apologized and said that there was no bounty on Bush, he made sur
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As if the Miami Dolphins didn’t have enough reasons to want to beat the tar out of the Jets this Sunday. The Dolphins have been focused all week, preparing for their huge AFC East game against the hate, freaking Jets. Emotions were expected to be high, considering the last time the Dolphins played the Jets, Reggie Bush was knocked out of the game. Bush was injured by taking...
Next up in a week filled with trash talk: Antonio Cromartie.
The New York Jets cornerback says Friday that comments by the Miami Dolphins' Reggie Bush about it being karma that Darrelle Revis is out for the season were ''unprofessional'' and don't show ''any kind of sportsmanship at all.''
Cromartie nearly let out an obscenity when he was...
The Miami Dolphins and the New York Jets will open up some old wounds on Sunday.
The AFC East rivals really do hate each other albeit the Jets vs. the New England Patriots always steals each year’s headlines in that regard.
The bad blood extends deep enough that Dolphins running back Reggie Bush needs to watch his back according to several Jets.
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The Miami Dolphins were off on Tuesday, getting one final day of rest before their practice resumes in preparation for Sunday’s BIG divisional matchup with the Jets. Since we already broke down the Dolphins Division this week, we thought we’d skip that feature on it’s usual Wednesday slot. Instead, since the Dolphins were off on Tuesday, we did some reading of other Dolphins...
The trash talking has begun in advance of Sunday’s match up between the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins. When the two teams met earlier this season, the result was a Jets win but the loss of key defensive player, CB Darrelle Revis for the season. Dolphins RB Reggie Bush also suffered an [...]
The “hot sauce” controversy between the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush are starting to really heat up. Last month before the Jets took on the Dolphins, Rex Ryan blurted out in a presser that he needed his defense to”pour hot sauce” on Bush.
Bush was subsequently knocked out of that game against the Jets with a knee injury. The damage was done...
New York Jets safety LaRon Landry laid it down on Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush when they last met earlier this season, as Landry injured him with a shot to his knee.
Bush wasn’t happy after the game, saying that the team intended to injure him. Bush tried to make matters worse when he said that the Jets got what they deserved when Darrelle Revis got a knee injury...
Jets defensive coordinator Mike Pettine's job just got a little bit harder, and it's all because a couple of guys couldn't keep their mouths shut.
The back and forth between the Jets and Dolphins running back Reggie Bush continued this week with the teams squaring off in the Meadowlands on Sunday. But while we'll have to wait and see what unfolds...
Joe Caporoso - LaRon Landry and the Jets Run D versus Reggie “Hot Sauce” Bush - There has been plenty of chirping from Reggie Bush about the New York Jets and LaRon Landry didn’t back down reminding that Bush “will remember his hit from week 3, every time he sees him on the field.” Should be a scrappy one on Sunday, no? In all seriousness, if the Jets slow down Reggie...
The Miami Dolphins returned to the practice field yesterday and continued to prepare for their big game against the Jets on Sunday. The Dolphins seem extremely motivated to beat the Jets this weekend and tensions will be high on Sunday, considering LaRoid Landry’s comments yesterday. Speaking of Landry, the guy who looks like the poster child for steroid abuse, he should worry...
Rex Ryan isn't finished with Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush.
The New York Jets coach told reporters Wednesday he's still waiting for Bush to apologize to Darrelle Revis after suggesting the cornerback's season-ending knee injury was karmic payback for the Ryan's promise to pour "a little hot sauce" on Bush before their Week 3 showdown.
The Miami Dolphins and New York Jets do not like each other. Yesterday, we heard from S LaRoid Landry and LB Aaron Maybin. Landry focused his trash talking on Reggie Bush mostly, saying that Reggie will run differently for the Dolphins on Sunday because he remembers the hit that injured his knee back in September. Landry went on to say that even if he’s penalized, it won’t...
A pair of injuries to star players marred the last meeting between the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins.
It's been five weeks, but the emotions from that matchup are still lingering.
With a war of words continuing, the Jets will try to sweep the season series from the Dolphins for the first time in five years Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
Nick Folk's 33-yard field goal in...
Any hopes of a drama-free buildup to Sunday's game between the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets were dashed Wednesday.
On the same day Jets coach Rex Ryan reopened his thorny dialogue with Reggie Bush, Gang Green safety LaRon Landry expressed little regret over the knee injury suffered by the Dolphins running back in their Week 3 confrontation.
"(Bush) will remember...
The New York Jets (3-4) will host the Miami Dolphins (3-3) Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium from East Rutherford, NJ.
Game starts at 1:00 pm on CBS (TV) and WEPN (Radio).
Jets favorites over Dolphins.
Spread is - 2.5 points.
My pick is the Jets.
This will be the final game for the Jets before their bye week. They have to get back at...