|Bush thinks Revis' injury was karma. (Getty Images)|
Both Dolphins running back Reggie Bush and Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis suffered scary injuries. Revis' ended up being much worse -- he will miss the remainder of the season -- while Bush could actually end up playing in Week 4.
Considering that the Jets made some noise about putting some "hot sauce" on Bush, he might consider himself lucky. Bush, appearing on a radio show this week, said he actually believes Revis' injury was karmic retribution for how the Jets went after the running back
"It's like the old saying, what goes around comes around," Bush said per Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post. "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."
It's pretty unlikely that karma was actually at play here. Bush suffered his injury early in the game, but it wasn't the result of a dirty hit, and there's no real evidence that shows they were slinging any Texas Pete at Bush early in the game.
Additionally, Revis' injury was on a non-contact play. Although I suppose you wouldn't actually see karma out on the field.
Bush's comments didn't sit well with Rex Ryan or any of the Jets defenders, who are quite likely to circle Oct. 28 on their calendars, the date the two teams meet again. We know this because Rex basically said as much Wednesday when asked about Bush's comments.
"He definitely misinterpreted my comment but the next time we play him he's going to get attention from us," Ryan said.
It'll be interesting to see how the NFL approaches this one. Bush was kind of targeted by the Jets, then got injured, then said something about the Jets losing an injured player because he was targeted and now he's getting targeted again?
The NFL doesn't like it when people try to injure other people. Bush is only blaming karma, but if Rex keeps going down this path he might end up indicting himself.
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