“I’m guessing it’s not a coincidence,” Bush said with a laugh. “It’s not a coincidence at all.
“I’m playing this week,” Bush told Stoney, Bill and Sara of 97.1 The Ticket on Wednesday. “Everything’s good.”
After six weeks, the Lions rank 27th in points per game (19.3) and 23rd in yards per game (330.2).
“Once I got to the locker room, I kind of remember some stuff,” Bell said. “[On the sideline] I didn’t remember everything, though. I can’t remember what I couldn’t remember, but by the time I got in I remembered just about everything.”
Injuries took a toll on the running game last week, Bell out with a concussion and Riddick sidelined by a hamstring issue.
George Winn could be getting more help in the running game this week.
Stafford completed 18 of 31 passes, had to scramble frequently, threw an interception and took six sacks.
In the spirit of Fauria’s puppy-induced ankle sprain, Bush gave 97.1 The Ticket a detailed account of his strangest non-football injury.
Bush said the Jets defense presents a challenge because the variety of looks it throws at opponents can lead to confusion.
Reggie Bush’s workload hasn’t been all that high this season, splitting time in the backfield with Joique Bell.