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Having a back that can actually catch a pass was a game changer yesterday. Just look at the effect it had on the play calling. I have no doubt that having another check down that doesn't let the ball bounce off his back put the score in 40's instead of the 20's.

So as far as Bush is concerned, I may not be a fan of him, but I understand why Saints fans are.

(Yeah there is a typo in the title. Pardon me all to Hello Kitty.)

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Having a back that can actually catch a pass was a game changer yesterday. Just look at the effect it had on the play calling. I have no doubt that having another check down that doesn't let the ball bounce off his back put the score in 40's instead of the 20's.

So as far as Bush is concerned, I may not be a fan of him, but I understand why Saints fans are.

(Yeah there is a typo in the title. Pardon me all to Hello Kitty.)

Except Snelling can actually run the ball as well... :lol:

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norwood is officially a bust(he was in my mind before this year)

bush...not so much...maybe a little overpaid,but not a bust at all

And as you say that, the man goes and hurts his knee...he wont be back for a few weeks.

I'm much more scared of the Saints now that they dont have Handcuff Bush.

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Compared to Snelling Bust is a joke!

#2 overall back who gets paid $14,600 per yard vs. Selling who get around $775 per yard. Yeah, I'll go for the 7th round pick every time! :o

I really sometimes question your TRUE football awareness when you make these kinds of statements. If you are unwilling to acknowledge the dimension Bush brings to the Saints gameplan, I am not so sure you really understand the schemes of the game.

Clearly most others disagree with you, including the entire ESPN football crew, most of whom are ex-players. Bush is a weapon whether you want to say so or not. He is effective without the ball in hands. Last night he cleared 2 defenders to the sidelines just by sprinting in that direction, leaving the middle wide open for Shockey. He faked Willis out of his shoes on the TD catch.

The Saints will miss his effectiveness for likely 8 weeks.

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He's out 6 or so weeks with a broken leg. Alot better then a tore ACL or anything like that.

As for his effectiveness, after the game Trent Dilfer spoke of a conversation he had with Coach Payton a while back where Coach told him that the entire offense is what it is because of Reggie and how dynamic he is. I'll try to find the clip or a transcript.

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He's out 6 or so weeks with a broken leg. Alot better then a tore ACL or anything like that.

As for his effectiveness, after the game Trent Dilfer spoke of a conversation he had with Coach Payton a while back where Coach told him that the entire offense is what it is because of Reggie and how dynamic he is. I'll try to find the clip or a transcript.

Thats good news it is only a broken leg...he should be back to full speed in no time.

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He's out 6 or so weeks with a broken leg. Alot better then a tore ACL or anything like that.

As for his effectiveness, after the game Trent Dilfer spoke of a conversation he had with Coach Payton a while back where Coach told him that the entire offense is what it is because of Reggie and how dynamic he is. I'll try to find the clip or a transcript.

I guess anyone who can rush for 5 yards on 4 carries is dynamic? :blink: :lol:

Just think those 5 yards only cost the saints a mere $73,000... :lol::lol::lol:

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I guess anyone who can rush for 5 yards on 4 carries is dynamic? blink.gif

Just think those 5 yards only cost the saints a mere $73,000... laugh.giflaugh.gif

Hey I'm sure people get tired of your professional opinion, so I figured why not give the opinion of two Super Bowl winning amateurs? Good logic...right?

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Hey I'm sure people get tired of your professional opinion, so I figured why not give the opinion of two Super Bowl winning amateurs? Good logic...right?

dy·namic (dī nam′ik)

adjective

1. relating to an object, or objects, in motion

2. energetic; vigorous; forceful

3. relating to or tending toward change or productive activity

4. Comput.

1. designating or of an event that occurs during the execution of a program: dynamic dump

2. designating or of memory that requires periodic renewal of its stored data

5. Electronics designating or of a speaker, microphone, etc. in which a diaphragm or cone is attached to a coil that vibrates within a fixed magnetic field

The confusion may lie in the fact most people will use "dynamic" in place of "versatile". Of course, you could use definition 3. Tending toward change could describe Bush's ability to play multiple positions and often changes from rb to wr within the same formation. "Productive activity" could encompass his all-purpose yards.

Of course, just his presence forces the opposition to be prepared for either pass or run which always lessens their ability to "pin their ears back" as commentators love to say. I bet Matt Ryan would love an extra second on half of his passes.

Toss in the fact he can serve as pr/wr/kr/rb, that adds one major plus for Bush that I never see discussed. That should open up a precious roster slot to provide depth at another position.

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dy·namic (dī nam′ik)

adjective

1. relating to an object, or objects, in motion

2. energetic; vigorous; forceful

3. relating to or tending toward change or productive activity

4. Comput.

1. designating or of an event that occurs during the execution of a program: dynamic dump

2. designating or of memory that requires periodic renewal of its stored data

5. Electronics designating or of a speaker, microphone, etc. in which a diaphragm or cone is attached to a coil that vibrates within a fixed magnetic field

The confusion may lie in the fact most people will use "dynamic" in place of "versatile". Of course, you could use definition 3. Tending toward change could describe Bush's ability to play multiple positions and often changes from rb to wr within the same formation. "Productive activity" could encompass his all-purpose yards.

Of course, just his presence forces the opposition to be prepared for either pass or run which always lessens their ability to "pin their ears back" as commentators love to say. I bet Matt Ryan would love an extra second on half of his passes.

Toss in the fact he can serve as pr/wr/kr/rb, that adds one major plus for Bush that I never see discussed. That should open up a precious roster slot to provide depth at another position.

I'm not sure which of the last three paragraphs makes me laugh the hardest? :lol::lol::lol:

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