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Reggie Bush was the savior of the Miami Dolphins in 2011. He was the only player in history to ever make Jeff Ireland look smart. After many said the trade that brought in Bush from the New Orleans Saints would do absolutely nothing to make the Dolphins better, Bush proved them all wrong and, in doing so, demonstrated that he could handle a full workload at running back.
As good as he was last season, especially as it progressed, Bush has been equally unimpressive over the past seven games of the 2012 season in Miami. In a contract year, not only is Bush playing his way out of Miami, but he may also be playing himself out of a big contract this coming offseason from any team, aside from the Dolphins.
Many criticized Dolphins’ head coach Joe Philbin for benching Bush after an early fumble in Miami’s blowout loss at home against the lowly Tennessee Titans last Sunday. After another less than stellar performance against the hapless Buffalo Bills’ defense, you have to wonder what has ha...
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During an appearance on a Miami radio show, Dolphins running back Reggie Bush followed the lead of the hosts and took a shot at women from Buffalo.
There may not be many viewers who are looking forward to a matchup between the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills on Thursday night, but Reggie Bush gave the game a spark on Tuesday without even realizing it. Say what you will about us, but don’t insult our women. During an appearance on the “Paul and Young Ron Show” in Miami, one of the hosts reminded Bush of how cold it will...
DAVIE, Fla. On his last visit to Buffalo, Reggie Bush capped the best day of his NFL career by sliding through the end zone following a fourth-quarter 76-yard touchdown run. Now, hes doing a nosedive.
After a phenomenal end to last season and an impressive start to this one, the Dolphins running back lately has been paranormal. At least Bush knows it.
I have to apologize to Dolphin...
Reggie Bush might not have been on the field much during the Dolphins 37-3 blowout loss to the Titans, after coughing up a costly first half fumble. But he figures to be featured in the offense once again on this week as Miami heads to Buffalo for a quick turnaround on Thursday night. During an appearance on the Paul and Young Ron Show in Miami on Wednesday morning, Bush admitted...
This week the Miami Dolphins have produced a show called What Will Reggie Bush Do Next?
Their star running back has been at the center of a pair of controversies for misunderstood comments about the appeal of the women of Buffalo, New York and whether or not he should have been benched in Sunday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans.
Thursday, Bush will walk into Buffalo to face a Bills...
The Miami Dolphins had their playoff hopes punched in the gut on Sunday, losing in embarrassing fashion. So, for the time being, we’re putting the kibosh on all Dolphins playoff talk. Right now, this Dolphins’ team does not look like anything that resembles a playoff team. That can change with a win over the Bills on Thursday night, but until then, the playoff talk is...
Sorry Chris Johnson owners, you’re going to have to start someone else this week. Just think of it like one of the first three weeks of the season again, only this time you know you shouldn’t start him.
If you were paying any attention to the Bears/Texans game last Sunday night, you should know The Texans are not easy to run on. This makes an already struggling Rashad Jennings...
Had to do some quick picks this week. Here we go.
BUFFALO BILLS (-2) over Miami Dolphins — Have to go Bills at home. Miami didn’t look too good against the Colts. Reggie Bush was benched and Tannehill struggled.
ATLANTA FALCONS (-10) over Arizona Cardinals — Too many points for me to bite on it, but the Cardinals won’t have the offense so I’ll favor the dirty birds. Teasing...
If the Bills and Dolphins are smart, these two should have the ball all night long
Miami Dolphins (4-5) @ Buffalo Bills (3-6)
The Bills and Dolphins are both looking up at the 6-3 Patriots at this point, because both teams have some serious issues. The Bills can't stop the run and the Dolphins can't stop the pass and both have a penchant for turning the ball over....
Miami Dolphins (4-5) at Buffalo Bills (3-6) Thursday, 8:20 ET, NFL Network, Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock, Alex Flanagan Last meeting: Dolphins RB Reggie Bush rushed for 203 yards, including a 76-yard touchdown, in a 30-23 win Dec. 18, 2011. Streaking: Bills RB C.J. Spiller averages 7.3 yards per carry. He has never had 20 carries in a game. In the past 14 games, Spiller topped...