The Warrior Bush

As everyone knows, Reggie Bush was injured during the Jets game last Sunday, and as a result he did not return to the game. However, this was the coach’s decision, because if Bush had a say in the matter he would have been back on the field in the second half. Joe Philbin and the rest of the coaching staff are taking a wait and see approach with Bush in determining if he is healthy enough to play against Arizona Cardinals. Whereas, Bush is taking a determined warrior approach by participating in practice yesterday, and showing coaches that he is good to go this weekend in Arizona.

One thing sports gambling fans can not deny is that Bush wants to play, and will do everything in his power to play. This is clearly something that phins news fans want to see from their best player, and their team leader. His work ethic is unmatched and I believe it is starting to trickle down to the rest of this team, because it is apparent that this year, this team has a no quit, fight until the whistle blows type attitude.phins news

However I think the coaching staff is taking the necessary precautions, and there is no reason for Bush to play if there is even the slightest chance that his knee is still an issue. He has already had problems with this knee in the past, and there is no reason to place him in an unneeded danger. With all that being said, I have a strong feeling that Bush, is truly feeling better and will most likely play. As long as Bush can stay healthy this year, there is no reason for sports gambling fans to doubt that he will not be a top rusher in the league this year. He has been the most explosive player on the field in all three games, and even with out my pro phin biases it can be argued that he has been one of the top 3 most electrifying players at his position this year. The multi-million dollar question is do you sign Bush to an extension contract now, or wait to tackle this dilemma until after the season? What does the rest of phins news fans think about this all-important looming decision.

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  • Ireland is a country not a GM says:

    Interesting question because I was going to ask you a similar question leading up to that point. Do you think the Phins will resign when the season is over? Assuming he is realistic about what he wants in a contract, I think they have to.

    As for whether to do it now or wait, I say do it now. For the first time since 2008, there is a somewhat positive feeling around this team. He’s their best player and maybe their most popular amongst fans. Maybe we could get him at a discount of we do it now???

    • Jimmy Bourbon says:

      I sure hope they resign him, but you never know with Ireland, plus we still have a huge chunk that will go to resigning Jake Long. (I would like them to sign both, but with these clowns as the GM and owner anything is possible.) I think we should sign him now, due to all of your reasons. Not only that it would show that the Dolphins reward their playmakers, even before the season ends, players appreciate that. The only thing is it could be still used as kind of a stick and carrot. Players tend to always perform best during a contract year then after they get paid their performance takes a dive. I hope this is not the case with Bush. He seems to genuine of a hard worker to be like that. I would probably do the resign around the bye week. And you are right we could probably get him at a discount signing him during the season, plus if Bush continues to perform at this same high level, then the price is only going to go up as time goes by

  • CadillacDeVille says:

    Is this the chat room?

  • CadillacDeVille says:

    I gotta type out my user name and email everytime I want to post a comment?

  • Jimmy Bourbon says:

    must be a Jet fan

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