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Really, Jarrett? Really???
Horrendous in pass coverage, a complete joke on defense in general and overrated on special teams cause that's the Packers' weak spot.
Why is he still on this team?
So he can be here for this game.
All the talk last year was "Jarrett Bush needs to go" and "it's time for Bush to take his talents (talents?) else where". It was well-warented too because Jarrett Bush was hands down the worst defensive player in the league last year.
But Jarrett Bush wouldn't hear a word of it. Ted Thompson most definitely wouldn't hear a word of it. Final cuts came and went and Bush still had a roster spot. Like many Packers fans, a few tears came to my eye...
But if anybody is going to wash away those tears, it'll be Jarrett Bush himself. Bush has been remarkably better this year on defense (mainly due to the fact that Charles Woodson filed a restraining order on Bush making it illegal for him to be on the field at the same time) and has been steady on special teams.
In fact, he is one of the special teams captains for the playoffs. How has that turned out by the way?
Considering the Packers are in the Super Bowl, it's worked out pretty well.
Some Packers fans will remember in the game against the Steelers last year when Bush picked off Roethlisberger to win the game for the Pack late in the fourth. Unfortunately for Green Bay, it was called back for defensive pass interference away from the pick.
Look for the same thing to happen in this game, only this time it will stand. After Jones cements his Super Bowl MVP honors with a late 40 yard touchdown catch, Bush will ice the game for the Pack on the Steelers final drive.
Woodson took a water break.