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The Detroit Lions went out and got Matthew Stafford a new toy to play with, when they acquired running back Reggie Bush in free agency.
Bush appeared on NFL AM this morning, and said that the Lions offense is similar to what you saw in New Orleans when he was there.
“As far as from an offensive perspective it’s a lot like what we did in New Orleans,” Bush said of the team he won a Super Bowl with in 2009. “It’s a lot of spread-open passing. Obviously we can attack downfield, and with the running game, a lot of screens, draws and stuff like that. Basically what I did in New Orleans, so running this offensive system has been pretty easy for me.”
Bush admitted that the new wide open offenses of the NFL fit right into to his strengths.
“I’ve always enjoyed being in the position that I am and doing what I do, being able to split out wide and catch balls so it’s great that offenses are going toward that direction,” Bush said.
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Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush is a duel threat. He’s a solid running back and he dabbles in being a workout instructor for the day. Reggie got busy. Here’s the tweet, “Reggie Bush is my workout instructor for the day! #FeelCoolGoHarder w/ Mission Athlete Care’s” I’m sure Reggie worked the group hard.-TO
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Lions running back Reggie Bush says the Detroit offense is similar to the Saints team he played with from 2006-10, according to a ProFootballTalk report.Fantasy Spin:Bush is an excellent pass receiver and should fit in well with a team that passed 740 times in 2012 (46.2 per game). He's also was able to stay on the field over the past two season which made him a viable fansty...
While Reggie Bush's stint with the Saints wasn't enough for him to stick in New Orleans, it did give him an understanding of a high tempo offense. The Lions run a similar offense, and it's given Bush a sense of comfort in the offense.
"As far as from an offensive perspective it's a lot like what we did in New Orleans," Bush said on NFL AM. "It...
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