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Reggie Bush: Forgotten Gold In The Passing Game

Reggie Bush: Forgotten Gold In The Passing Game

Hyped by on December 5, 2012 Website: bit.ly

Reggie Bush has always been thought of as a receiving running back. He’s the type of player that can slip pass the line, sit down in a hole in the zone and make something incredible happen. It is one of the skills that he has that made him a Heisman Trophy winner, and the second over-all draft selection in 2006.

His ability to make jaw-dropping plays is what makes him such a dangerous weapon, and the opposing teams know this, just like they knew it about Marshal Faulk. They knew they had to stay after Faulk, just like they do Reggie, and simply pray an opening does not appear in front of him when he has the ball in his hands because it could spell trouble for their team. The difference is..http://bit.ly/YD0mi6

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