Reggie Bush, RB Detroit Lions

2015 Strength of Schedule - DET
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2014 Game Stats
WeekOppRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPCSnaps%
1NYG915001.67649068.1730/6745%
2CAR626004.3326033.0029/7240%
3GB1261105.08638086.3337/7549%
4NYJ1246003.83419064.7538/6558%
5BUF613002.172300515.0023/6237%
6MIN------------
7NO410002.50522064.4018/7026%
8ATL------------
9BYE------------
10MIA420005.0015015.0019/6728%
11ARI------------
12NE------------
13CHI------------
14TB826003.2548062.0022/6932%
15MIN37002.331100210.0014/5127%
16CHI754107.71644077.3323/7232%
17GB519003.80322067.3324/6935%
Totals76297203.91402530566.33277/73937%

Most Recent News

Schefter: Lions cut RB Reggie Bush

Wednesday, February 25, 2015, 6:43pm

Adam Schefter, Twitter - [Full Article]

Lions cut RB Reggie Bush, per source.

Fantasy Impact:

After finishing in the top 20 for three straight seasons in PPR points per game (including #6 in 2013), Bush was #32 in that category last season. His departure should solidify Joique Bell's workload and give Theo Riddick the opportunity to shine as the team's primary passing down back. Bell finished #14 in standard formats and #13 in PPR, so he should continue to produce high-end RB2 numbers provided he stays healthy and the Lions don't make any major moves at running back. As for Riddick, he averaged 13.2 fantasy points (in PPR formats) in the five games that Bush missed last season. That's about what Fred Jackson averaged as the #17 running back in 2014.

Scouting Report

Wild Card – Reggie Bush vs. Dallas Cowboys
In the loss to the Packers last Sunday, Reggie Bush totaled 41 yards on eight touches. In an injury-plagued season, he collected only 550 yards and two scores. Joique Bell will continue to receive the majority of the rushing attempts, but Reggie is still a weapon in the passing game. However, if you’re looking for a RB who will be playing a few games this postseason, you’re better off looking elsewhere.

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