Reggie Bush gets first TD

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  1. kastofsna

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    Punt return for a TD.
     
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    The triple threat finally succeeds in at least 1 facet of the game.
     
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    It is amazing how fast it gets posted on this board.:brickwall
     
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    congrats to reggie
     
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    He didn't even have to use any of his "juking" moves. Just straight up speed on the right side (away from the Bucs, who were mainly on the left). Good job Reggie.
     
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    greeaatttt. you can go ahead and get used to that clip becuase its gonna be on every SportsCenter this week. lets see how fast thoses talking heads can backpedal as they go from "he's been a bit of a dissapointment" to " Reggie=god". 3.3 seconds is my guess.
     
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    Funny. I was watching the pregame on fox and they said reggie has not made any tds because of his slightly injured ankles. Hmm. Ankles must be feeling better.
     


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  10. TFL

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    Bet we hear more about this then we did when mario got his first sack. On all sports station even on our news stations.
     
  11. Mysteryhunt

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    thats one expensive mathis!!
     
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  13. kastofsna

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    yeah my game was over, so i switched over to the bucs. boy they are having a tough year. gradkowski looks like the REAL deal though, seriously.

    so does matt leinart, btw. 50 yard TD pass to anquan boldin on the 2nd pass of the game.

    edit: holy crap another TD for leinart. 5 for 5, 2 TD's. rookies are doing great today.
     
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    nah i waited to hear the penalty before making a post. there was a flag and everyone was acting like it was coming back, but twas a facemask on the bucs.
     
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    What kills me is our great proclaimed "General" who recently won a new paper weight, is busy starring in movies, and writing a movie script will probably hype this up more than Marios sack and a half. Right below his article about VY, ofcourse. His title for the win was:"Texans get refreshing change: Victory." :crazy:

    C'mon he could do better. He still shows dissatisfaction with Mario being the pick. He could have said "Mario gets first sack in Texans win." Something. Throw me a bone.
     
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    I don't see why it is out of line for this to be posted on our board. It is in the NFL section and it is the first TD for a former Heisman winner, highly touted in the draft, that there was a large chance we were going to draft. You people so zealous in your distaste for Bush are the same as the people zealously in love with his potential. Two sides of the same coin.

    Congrats to Bush.
     
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    well there is a difference between a sack and a game-winning punt return for a TD.
     
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    Don't use logic! The reggie haters can't stand that.

    Its so insane how the same people bash Bush week in and week out, and then complain that there is too much talk about him. For whatever its worth, MW and RB aren't linked in anything mroe than name. Their fates do not dictate anything about the other. I wish people would just be happy for both.
     
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    But the sack help win the game also it got every body pumped. Yea it was nice TD, but the sack was just as important. If he did not do it who knows if the crowd would have been that pumped or even if the players would have been that pumped, and if we did not get that pumped what would have happened.
     

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