Reggie Bush Pitch Count Against Cardinals Limits Fantasy Value

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Reggie Bush appeared to be on a pitch count against the Cardinals. We break down the fantasy implications.

Reggie Bush carried the ball 17 times for 67 yards against the Cardinals in Week 4. After injuring his knee the week prior, Adam Beasley of The Miami Herald believes Bush was on a pitch count, limiting his value for that game.

Fantasy Impact: Bush was the only running back finding room to run in Arizona. Daniel Thomas was unimpressive once again, and Lamar Miller didn't make much of an impact either. When Bush initially injured his knee, there was fear he would be sidelined for multiple weeks, so the Dolphins were likely playing it safe here. He's clearly the best weapon they have, and he should see a big increase in production next Sunday against the Bengals.

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