Found November 12, 2012 on Finatics:
PLAYERS: Reggie Bush
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
Everyone has experienced this in their lifetime. Watching someone fail and being totally unable to help. Like watching a car wreck in a race. Or watching someone fall on the ice. A waitress dropping a plate in a busy restaurant.Watching someone jump into a lake and missing the water. Many people have made a franchise out of filming these failures and watching them on America's Funniest Home Videos. But nothing was funny on Sunday, and that helpless feeling was there for the home fans as we watched our Dolphins self-destruct on every side of the ball. From Reggie Bush's opening fumble and benching to Ryan Tannnehill's pick six and more, and on the other side, many missed tackles, dumb penalties, and overall just lackluster play. Phoning it in. You could feel it in the air from the start. As the team left the locker room, there wasn't much energy or determination in the eyes of the players. Coming back in, no visible anger or frustration after being dominated 24-3 at...
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