Didn't he leave a college team with a scandal, and then steal a bunch of money from the Saints, and leave them with no draft picks. Wonder what he deserves? All we were doing was complimenting the guy. The media may have portrayed it wrong, but how sensitive do you have to be not to realize when someone is basically saying we knew we had to play extra hard against a guy like that, and then we got lucky that he got hurt because he's such a good player.
A few days after Rex Ryan channeled his inner Bart Scott by joking that the Jets might have to "put some hot sauce” on Dolphins’ running back Reggie Bush, the Jets intimated that maybe that’s exactly what they did.
"Obviously, we have to do a great job of getting a lot of guys to him and getting him on the ground," Ryan joked last Wednesday. "Put some hot sauce on him, if you will."
Bush, coming off a 172-yard performance in Week 2, suffered a knee injury on a carry as Miami was trying to run out the clock in the first half. He gained 61 yards on 10 carries before intermission. But the Dolphins best offensive weapon never returned in the second half or overtime.
“I guess he was doing his thing for a quarter or two,” Jets outside linebacker Calvin Pace said after the Jets' 23-20 overtime win on Sunday. “We had to put him on out. We didn’t see him again.”
Repays of the play that Bush was injured on didn't reveal any cheap shots/illegal play by the Jets.
Reggie Bush says Jets deserved season-ending injury to DB Darrelle Revis Conor Orr/The Star-Ledger 09/25/2012 7:56 PM
Dolphins running back Reggie Bush said of Darrelle Revis' season-ending injury "what goes around, comes around," when asked by reporters in Miami today.
"They talked all week about putting hot sauce and this and that, and they ended up losing their best player," he added.
Bush, who was injured in the first half of Sunday's 23-20 Jets win, was initially upset when Rex Ryan said earlier this week that the Jets would need to put some "hot sauce" on Bush during Sunday's game.
So let me get this straight this is from a player in an origination that cheated for the mud bowl and then celebrate a phony spike complaining about sportsmanship?
This just proves the fans and the players of dolfags are as classes and clueless as box of rocks