Reggie Bush is ‘good’ and ready to help the Lions battle the Cowboys

Detroit Lions star Reggie Bush should always “feel good.”

Detroit Lions playmaker Reggie Bush missed Friday’s practice as a precaution to rest his ailing leg.

Bush will compete this weekend when the Lions (4-3) host the Cowboys (4-3) in Detroit.

“Feel good,” said Bush, 28, who signed a four-year contract with the Lions in March worth roughly $20 million. “Just taking a day off, getting ready for the game on Sunday.”

Possibly working in the future as a punt returner, Bush has rushed 98 times for 426 yards and one score over six contests.

A full-time, three-down back, the ravager of Eve Torres and Kim Kardashian has also caught 23 balls for 305 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.

Possibly of greater importance, Bush spreads the field for three-time All-Pro Calvin Johnson and provides Matthew Stafford with an invaluable security blanket when pressured in the pocket.

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.”

Bush is a primary reason Detroit’s fielding the league’s eighth premier attack and battling the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers for supremacy atop the NFC North.

A longstanding chandelier on the gridiron, a “good” Reggie Bush can electrify Motown and help the Lions get “ready for the” playoffs in January.

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