MIAMI (AP) - Reggie Bush is out of coach Joe Philbin's doghouse, which might not be large enough to house all of the deserving Miami Dolphins.
Bush and teammate Richie Incognito were benched for part of Sunday's 37-3 loss to Tennessee, but they were hardly the only culprits in the Dolphins' most lopsided home defeat since 1968.
The loss was Miami's second in a row, a deflating development for a team hoping to end a streak of three consecutive losing seasons. The Dolphins (4-5) must regroup quickly before playing Thursday at Buffalo.
Bush lost a fumble to set up the Titans' first score and spent the rest of the first half on the sideline. Philbin seemed ready to put the mistake in the past Monday and said Bush isn't in the doghouse.
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