Reggie Bush has big debut for Lions, fantasy owners

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Bush tallied 191 yards Sunday, adding a score. We break down the fantasy implications.

Reggie Bush had himself quite a day in his Detroit debut Sunday. He ran for 90 yards and notched 101 receiving, adding a receiving touchdown, as the Lions beat the Vikings, 34-24.

Seventy-seven of Bush's receiving yards came on his third-quarter touchdown, as he ran 77 yards on a screen pass to the end zone.

Fantasy impact: Bush also lost a touchdown early in the second half, when a supposed touchdown was overturned on video review. Even without that score, Bush had a tremendous day, with 191 all-purpose yards.

He caught the ball four times on eight targets, living up to the preseason hype about his pass ability coming to Detroit from the Dolphins. If he can keep this up, Bush could be a great second to Calvin Johnson.

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