MIAMI (AP) - Reggie Bush can make the spectacular look routine.
And he can make the routine look too hard to handle.
Since the New Orleans Saints made the dynamic running back from
Southern California the second overall pick in the 2006 draft, Bush
has been a revelation and a disappointment. At times, he resembles
the breathtaking game-breaker who won the Heisman Trophy in 2005.
Then he morphs into a fumbling, pass-dropping, injury-ravaged
nonentity. He resembles a third-stringer with little impact in the
NFL's most potent offense.
Without a doubt, the Saints need him to display every one of his
award-winning talents and none of his weaknesses in Sunday's Super
Bowl against the Indianapolis Colts.
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