Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush put together a monster performance in the team's season-opening victory over the Minnesota Vikings, but he finished the contest a little worse for wear.
In the first quarter of Sunday's 34-24 win, Bush suffered injuries to his thumb and groin.
Trying to haul in a low pass from quarterback Matthew Stafford on a 3rd-and-1 play in the red zone, Bush's thumb was dislocated.
The next offensive series, Bush suffered another injury, this time tweaking his groin.
Bush said he felt great after the game, despite saying his thumb was "facing the wrong direction." It could be a different story in a day or two when the pain killers wear off. However, it was a good sign he came back and it looks like he'll be fine for Week 2 at Arizona. Bush went over 100 yards receiving with a TD and added 90 rushing yards.