Reggie Bush, apparently pissed about the alleged bounty put on him when he played the Jets this past week, said that the Jets got what they deserved by saying “What Comes around Goes Around” in reference to Darrelle Revisending his season with an ACL injury.
Jets fans on twitter have been NON-STOP letting Reggie know just how they feel about first hearing about what the RB said of the Jets’ best player. Ben Vollin, a Dolphin beat writer, first broke the story on twitter.
Reggie Bush said he feels no sympathy toward the Jets for losing Revis for the year. “What goes around comes around.”
9/25/12 6:33 PM
Reggie on the Jets cont’d: “They talked all week about putting hot sauce and this and that, and they ended up losing their best player”
9/25/12 6:34 PM
Meanwhile, Bush is seemingly upset with the Jets, who have been accused by some fans for deliberately trying to hurt Bush on Sunday. Calvin Pace said “we had to put him on out” after Sunday’s game, and was forced to clarify on Monday that there was not a bounty on Bush and his injury was not deliberate. Jets coach Rex Ryan also said in the days before the game that the Jets had to put “hot sauce” on Bush, or hit him extra hard.
In Tuesday’s radio appearance, Bush intimated that karma served the Jets when Darrelle Revis later suffered a torn ACL in Sunday’s game, ending his season. Read full article
“It’s like the old saying, what goes around comes around,” Bush said. “They talked about all week about putting hot sauce and this and that, and they ended up losing their best player for the rest of the season. So, it’s sad that it happened because of that, but I’m going to be back.”
I think Reggie needs an education on what Rex meant by “Hot Sauce”. As one Jets fan tweeted to Reggie, it’s a compliment, NOT an insult.
JFaulkNY@reggie_bush “hot sauce” doesn’t mean injure you..you clown. it means you are a good player & Def needs to get its hits on you to stop you.
9/25/12 7:10 PM