Reggie Bush Wants the Detroit Lions Next Coach to Change Three Things

Dec 16, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush (21) against the Baltimore Ravens at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Reggie Bush has only been a member of the Detroit Lions for one season but it seems he has a pretty good grasp on what things are like around here. Speaking with Jay Glazer on FOX’s Saturday pregame show, Bush talked about what he wants to see from the next coach.

“Well you know what, I don’t have the exact answers for what the next coach needs to be or who he needs to be. That’s obviously going to come from the GM, the president and the rest of those guys,” Bush told Glazer. “But I think the next coach needs to improve the culture of our team, our level of expectation needs to improve and our preparation can improve as well.”

Let’s see…change the culture…raise expectations…better preparation. That reads like the first three calls in a game of Lions bingo.

In the same feature, Bush lumps himself in as one of the problems, noting his problems with fumbles throughout the season. He also tried to be part of the solution in calling for a team meeting that apparently never happened. If the new coach is looking for agents of change within the current roster, he might not have to look any further than Bush.

Topics: Detroit Lions, Reggie Bush

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  • Chris Wyman

    Belichick and Tomlin would have benched him for multiple games. I would have released him and I would have gotten another RB.

  • straw walker

    I think the telling comment was “lack of preparation”. Isn’t that a hall mark of good coaching..preparation..