Reggie Bush injury update: Could be a risky fantasy play, Joique Bell remains a must-own guy

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Reggie Bush is dealing with a knee injury. We break down the fantasy implications.

Reggie Bush (knee) is listed as questionable to face the Redskins on Sunday. He missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but was limited on Friday. Joique Bell would start should Bush miss time.

He went down with a knee injury against the Cardinals on Sunday and did not return. Bush was on the injury report for Week 2 and he's really having a tough time staying healthy. Pro Football Talk reports that Bush could sit out to get some rest, so there's a very real chance that he won't be suiting up.

Fantasy impact: The good news is that the Lions have an early game. The bad news is that Bush owners better be sure to have a backup plan. The Redskins D is a problem, so as long as Bush is active, then you're going to have to put him in the lineup. Joique Bell would be a must-start sans Bush and is a flex with him.

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