Bush had a great game, but also give credit to Tannehill for making the throws and Sherman for dialing up the play. Well called and well executed on all accounts.
We've got to remember, Philbin is a rookie head coach, and Sherman is coaching in the NFL for the first time in several years. There was going to be an adjustment period.
We saw the Jets the first time, and we lost a hearbreaker. We saw the Jets a second time, we stomped them out and dominated. We saw the Bills the first time, and we lost another heartbreaker where we shot ourselves in the foot badly. We saw the Bills a second time, we dominated, and this time it was the Bills who constantly shot themselves in the foot.
I think what we're seeing is our coaching staff getting acclimated to their new jobs, and figuring out slowly how to use the weapons they have. I like what I'v seen from our staff the past few weeks, and I think they're doing a pretty good job considering the lack of offensive weapons they're forced to work with. I mean come on, we have a rookie quarterback, a rookie left tackle, a rookie fullback, a rookie wideout, and a rookie runningback getting significant reps and we're still winning. To me, that's a sign that the future is bright.
I agree with most of what you have stated, but still, it took a long darn time to finally realize what some folks have been stating for a while. Reggie Bush is a weapon in the passing game, and your only true gamebreaker.