Reggie Bush injury update: Fantasy owners expecting a nice output after Week 3 rest

Jennifer Hilderbrand-USA TODAY S

Reggie Bush should be back in action against the Bears on Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Lions running back Reggie Bush (knee) is listed as probable to face the Bears on Sunday. He put in a full week of practice and is expected to play.

He sat out of Week 3's game against the Redskins, and there have been rumors swirling around as to why. Bush may have been rested against the Skins because the team thought that they could beat Washington without Bush, and if so, they were proven right with a road victory.

Bush has been great when he's on the field. He had a 105-yard receiving game in Week 1 and Matt Stafford has used him as a hot read throughout each game he has played, since Brandon Pettigrew can't catch balls.

Fantasy impact: You're going to put Bush in your lineup. He's dealt with a few injury through the year and was considered injury prone before his two years with the Dolphins in 2011 and 2012. Joique Bell is still a nice option in flex leagues and he should still find a way to get double-digit touches.

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