Michael Bush Unhappy With What He Reads on Message Boards

In case you were wondering Michael Bush is well aware of what you’ve been saying about the Raiders.  And he’s not happy.

In an era when running backs are Tweeting MRI pics for the entire world to see, it’s safe to assume nothing is safe in cyberspace. Few athletes admit to stopping by message boards but Bush clearly isn’t your typical athlete.

Apparently Bush likes to keep his finger on the pulse of Raider Nation and does so by checking out Raiderfans.net on occasion. Needless to say he was none too pleased with some of the things he saw last night. Bush Tweeted the following.

 Just got off the site raiderfans.net and I can’t believe all the negative comments. #believe or #havesomefaith.

For those that don’t know, RF is among the best outlets for Raider Nation on the web. No real shock that Bush or any Raider for that matter would cruise by to see what the NFL’s most loyal fan base has to say.

Now let’s get something clear.

Not everything on RF’s message board is negative and not every member of Raider Nation has a negative view of the current squad. Personally I still have high hopes for this team despite the recent rash of head scratching moves.

Bush knows not everyone in Raider Nation is sour on the team after pulling a Motor City-esque 0-for-the-preseason. He was just referring to those that have already written the team off. I’m sure he was also letting everyone know that he’s seen what you’re written and knows where you sleep. Ok, so that last part might not be true but rest assured dude is taking names. Don’t be surprised if you see an MBush29 posting smack on RF should the Raiders prove all doubters wrong.

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  • MatthewLeeRego

    Michael Bush If you are reading this the ney sayers and quiters yes I said quiters. People who take way to much stock in pre-season performance there was a year we won all of our pre-season games and finished 2-14. I see great collective teamwork on both sides of the ball when the starters on the field. I see an explosive running game that can kill teams late in games. We have a 3 headed monster! most teams have a hard time finding 2 RB’s. We have 2 proven vet’s and a very electrifying rook who looks like he could make some big plays. That means fresh legs with speed on the field all game long. If we can run the ball and the defense bends but doesn’t break we control the clock and tempo of the game. Being a Bully starts with the run game it opens up big pass plays. Hugh Jackson isn’t a fool, he killed in points and yards last year. Give the man some faith he has earned it. We have weapons on both sides of the ball, coaches who know how to get it done and have been in the players cleats. Lift up your Raider Mugs and toast: Winning the West the Raider way! Mike all I can say is run over those LB’s and hit um like Tatum!

  • RichardRamos

    Michael bush is a professional & he should like all sports players be thick skinned..These Raiders are wimpy & soft & their play on the field shows it..The last 11 yrs have been brutal & as a fan since the late 60′s I can & will voice my comments good or bad & no one shall stop whether here or on talk radio!!!!!

  • dkraiderfan

    Michael bush is one of the Raiders main keys to success, without him the Raiders are not near the team. I do not care about the preseason, and do not think it is an forecast of what’s to come. Our secondary does scare the hell out of me though!!! I hope Monday night goes well for Raider Nation, we are in need of some good years – it has been awhile! I have Bush as a starter on my fantasy league, hoping to see him run for 2 or 3 short yard TD’s. I think he will have at least 2 Monday night!!!!!!!

  • RichardRamos

    Bush should be upset with his defense, not comments left on here from paying fans that help pay his salary..Bush, go bitch slap some of your defensive team mates & tell them to start tackling & staying in position on those pass/run plays from the opposition..