Reggie Bush Fantasy Stats: Dolphins RB Has Second Career 100-Yard Game

Reggie Bush had a breakout game for the Dolphins, rushing for 103 yards on 15 carries in a 20-17 loss to the Giants. It was just the second time Bush has recorded a 100-yard game in his five-year career.

It was a vindicating performance for Bush, as well as for that fantasy football owner who traded a delicious Pizza Hut pizzafor the Dolphins running back. It was the most productive day on the ground for the 2nd pick in the 2006 NFL Draft since he ran for 126 yards in Week 16 of his rookie season, also against the Giants.

Bush got to 100 yards on his first 12 carries, before the fourth quarter. The Dolphins had to abandon the run when the Giants took a late lead.

Bush has struggled this season, his first in Miami after leaving New Orleans. He entered Week 8 averaging 38.7 yards per game, and with just one game where he had more than 50 yards.

For more on the Giants, visit Big Blue View. For more on the Dolphins, visit The Phinsider. SB Nation has you covered for the rest of Week 8's NFL action, too: check out all the Week 8 NFL news and scores and Week 8 fantasy stats, and Week 8 NFL highlights in our dedicated StoryStreams, and hit SB Nation's NFL hub for plenty more.

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