Reggie Bush Highlights
Reggie Bush highlights come from a great career in football. In most games in which he plays, Reggie Bush knows how to dominate the football field. This former Heisman trophy winner has played positions such as running back, tailback, wide receiver, and punt returner.
- First Touchdown. On November 12, 2006 Reggie Bush scored his first touchdown playing against the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, this touchdown was taking a Reggie Bush a while during his first season. All the New Orleans Saints fans were thrilled to have Reggie Bush play for them, but midway through the first season Reggie Bush hadn't scored anything yet. This was a great touchdown from a scrimmage on a reverse.
- Single-Game Touchdown Record. On December 6, 2006, Reggie Bush added yet another highlight to his very young career. Originally held by Joe Horn, Reggie Bush beat the Single-Game Touchdown Record. He achieved this highlight by scoring four touchdowns against the San Fransisco 49ers.
- Rushing Yards. On December 24th, Reggie Bush scored a one yard touchdown on a reverse against the New York Giants. However, that game was also a great highlight for Reggie Bush. He made a career high 126 rushing yards on the field.
- Don't call it a comeback. In the 2008 season, Reggie Bush injured himself. He attempted to play, but continued to suffer. He returned to play in the 2009 season, however, on January 16, 2009 Reggie Bush had one of the best games in his career. After a tumultous early season in 2009, Reggie Bush was able to pick up his game by rushing 84 yards on five carriers. One of those included a 46 yard touchdown run. That season, Reggie Bush and The New Orleans Saints went to the Super Bowl and won.