The Detroit Lions face off with the Philadelphia Eagles this week. In the lead up to that contest, a new key offensive contributor finds themselves on the injury report.
Even after a frustrating fumble at Ford Field Thursday, Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush still managed an overall awesome Thanksgiving weekend.
When the clock hit triple zeros of the Lions’ first win on Thanksgiving in 9 years, Detroit completed 3/4ths of their season.
The Detroit Lions scored a key divisional win over the Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving. He’s a look at how the Lions performed in all the aspects of the game.
The Detroit Lions were dominant after a shaky start and snapped a few losing streaks.
“I know how special it is and I know how much it means to the city and how far it dates back in history,” Bush said. “This game started in what, the 1930s? That’s a long time. A long of guys that have come before us have paved the way for us to be here, so we’ve got to do it the right way.”
Though Stafford’s short replies made it sound like he got his toes stepped on by Bush calling for a meeting, other players brushed it off as no big deal and not a serious difference of opinion.
When reporters inquired Monday whether such a meeting took place, Stafford said it did not and that it did not need to.
So the new guy, Reggie Bush, says a team meeting is needed.
Bush would not look past the Bucs, but he is looking forward to the holiday feast.