Dolphins running back Reggie Bush says that despite their 0-7 record, it’s still fun to be a Miami Dolphin.
“Practice is still fun,” Bush said. “Guys are having a good time out there, still working and we’re still hacking away at it. It’s going to take one game at a time. We can’t worry.”
Bush would like to think he’s one of the reasons for that, because he instills a positive attitude in the locker room.
“When I first got traded over here and talking to [Dolphins coach Tony] Sparano one of the things I wanted to do was be a leader, be a leader for some of the younger guys on this team,” Bush said. “Just passing it down and trying to be a vocal leader and just staying positive. I think body language says a lot. I think really guys see that. You don’t want to practice bad body language no matter what the record is, what the score is. You always want to stay positive and upbeat.”
So through every loss, the guys in Miami are continuing to stay in good spirits. Just imagine how much fun they’ll have if they ever win a game.