The winless Miami Dolphins lost their sixth game of the year yesterday, blowing a late lead to the Denver Broncos before losing 18-15. Dolphins running back Reggie Bush didn't sugarcoat his team's performance after the game as he described his embarrassment to the media.
Miami Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall is getting pumped up for his Monday night matchup against the rival New York Jets. But how pumped is too pumped? Perhaps when you plan on getting kicked out of the game by the 2nd quarter for fighting with opposing players. Seriously!?
Before the start of training camp, the New Orleans Saints traded Reggie Bush, who was the second overall pick in the 2006 NFL draft, to the Miami Dolphins, in exchange for Jonathon Amaya, and draft choices.
How has that much-talked- about deal work out for both teams, so far?
Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano spoke glowingly about his new RB Reggie Bush throughout training camp. Sparano said Bush would get his chance to be an every-down back and would get 20 or more touches a game. Maybe he was lying to Bush or just himself. Bush touched the ball 6 times for 21 yards on Sunday in a loss to the Houston Texans. Rookie RB Daniel Thomas carried the rock 18 times for 107 yards.
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