Michael Bush: Ambush, Bushwack, or Beat the Bushes of Opponents?

March 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In some cultures a man's name somehow directs his destiny.
What might the name "Bush" mean for Michael Bush, an Oakland Raider who managed to increase his statistics from 2008 to 2009?
Let's take a look.
Here is a portion of Bush's data:
We certainly don't want to focus on "beating around the bush," which means that we don't get to the point.
Here is what we want: In the 2010 season let our guys ambush the opponent and get touchdowns to the dismay of the opponent. That's stating it bluntly and directly.
Also, we don't want to focus on "to beat the bushes for," which is, perhaps, the original phrase from which "beating around the bush" was derived.
So, we will not even consider that our Oakland Raiders are out there "seeking something with very little effort."
No, no, no. We expect them to put forth great effort, win more games, and, of course, get more touchdowns.
It was a good thing that we had an excellent kicker in 2009, but we ...

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