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Reggie Bush In Studio, 12/19/11
By on December 19, 2011 at 6:57 pm

The Dolphins running back goes 1-on-1 with Jesse Agler to look back on his huge game in Buffalo as he set a career high with 203 rushing yards, the third highest total in Dolphins history. Don’t miss Reggie break down the film of his dynamic 76-yard TD run in the 4th quarter as well as discussing the celebration that followed the score.

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Robert says:

I was wrong. I’m happy I was wrong. I blammed loss’s and an 0-7 start on Reggie, and the next in line media favorite Brandon Marshall. Reggie, keeps proving his value. If Sparano gave him that spark, and he had that game for him, I just hope it continues, now, and next season as a dolphin, and not for Sparano’s new team. It would be a travisty for Sparano to not get another coaching job. I’m thinking K.C. or Jacksoville maybe. Dude lost his starting, and backup QB every season with the dolphins! Before that, he took a 1-15 team to 11-5 and won a division title over the mighty Jets, and Patriots market. The day he was let go, EVERY player in his locker room missed him, and played harder the next game for him. That is a priceless quality for a head coach in todays NFL. Reggie and that O-Line played as hard as they could for a coach that was not on the sidelines. Even Bowles knows that.