Reggie Bush Could Become 1st RB in NFL history To End Season With Negative Rushing Yards
Buffalo Bills running back Reggie Bush has the opportunity to set a record that nobody wants if he doesn’t gain at least 3 yards in the Bills’ final game of the season against the New York Jets.
Despite having a rushing touchdown, Bush has produced negative-three yards on his 12 carries so far this season and is in danger of becoming the first running back in NFL history to finish a season with negative rushing yards on at least 10 carries.
If Reggie Bush fails to rush for 3 yards vs. NYJ, he’ll become 1st NFL RB to finish a season with negative rushing yardage with 10+ carries.
— Jeff Duncan (@JeffDuncan_) December 27, 2016
After firing head coach Rex Ryan on Tuesday and already eliminated from playoff contention, Bush may get a lot of burn on Sunday as it may be his final game of his career.