Reggie Bush Thinks Dolphins Offense Has To Clean Up Mental Mistakes

The Miami Dolphins finished the 2012 preseason winless at 0-4 and were outscored, 96-43. As the team prepares to open the season Sunday against the Houston Texans, running back Reggie Bush offered up his thoughts on what every man on the roster must do if the Dolphins are to have a successful season this year:

(On Whether It's Plausible That The Offense Can Just "Turn It On" And Be Productive After Not Getting It Done During The Preseason) -

"It starts with practice. It starts with our preparation. It starts with today. We were just out there on the football field and we had some mistakes that we need to clean up. We mentally have to be able to clean that up when we're watching film and that has to translate to the next day of practice. So, that's really what it's about; just putting in the time, work and effort that it's going to take on a daily basis to get better. That's going to take a collective effort by all 53 guys, including the practice squad."

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