“I fumbled the ball,” said Bush, 28, who signed a four-year contract with Detroit in March worth roughly $20 million. “You turn the ball over, that’s what happens. I’ve been in this league long enough to know that. There is nobody to blame but myself.”
An invaluable offensive threat, Bush has rushed 145 times for 654 yards and two scores over nine contests.
Working as a full-time, three-down back, the ravager of Eve Torres and Kim Kardashian has also caught 36 balls for 366 yards and two touchdowns.
Bush has more than compensated for last season’s critical loss of Jahvid Best and given Detroit an extremely diverse backfield presence.
On a squad loaded with weapons, the wannabe Heisman Trophy winner’s serving as something of a complementary piece and thriving as a Lion dashing in “The D.”
Unfortunately, in this particular situation, “there is nobody to blame” but Bush.
Nevertheless, Reggie Bush will rebound and again electrify Motown next weekend when the Lions devour the visiting Tampa Bay Buccaneers.by