Bush would not look past the Bucs, but he is looking forward to the holiday feast.
The running back, as expected, is eager to get back on the field for a game to erase this most recent one.
Reggie Bush has become a pivotal player for the Detroit Lions.
Jim Schwartz said Reggie Bush “wouldn’t be called a mudder.” Bush disagreed.
Reggie Bush seemed strangely absent at times in Detroit’s 37-27 loss Sunday to the Pittsburgh Steelers …
While the omission of Bush was interesting, the Lions largely staying away from Johnson in the last half of the game proved more puzzling considering Johnson’s ridiculously high output in the first half.
“Barry Sanders, he did it all,” Bush said. “I think just about every kid who grew up watching him. He’s just a joy to watch. I love watching him. I try to pattern my game after him, try to run like him. He did it all.”
“At some point in time,” Bush added, “the little brother always grows up and ends up being the bigger brother.”
When a team loses, it blocks out all the negative chatter. This week the Detroit Lions are putting on the earmuffs to tune out the positive chatter.
Bush provided some insight into Incognito, the Dolphins locker room and rookie hazing Tuesday on Stoney and Bill of 97.1 The Ticket.