Lions running back Reggie Bush proved he was as much a workhorse as he was a thoroughbred in his impressive debut.

Bush racked up 191 yards from scrimmage and touched the ball 25 times — 21 carries and four receptions — which tied for third-most in the NFL through Sunday.

Bush also got banged up and suffered a dislocated thumb and injuries to his groin and hip. Coach Jim Schwartz said Monday he has no plans to limit Bush’s workload for the sake of sparing his body wear and tear.

“We’re going to go win games and score points” Schwartz said. “Reggie’s a tough guy. There’s probably I don’t know how many running backs carry or touch the ball as many times as he did yesterday but anybody that did is probably experiencing the same kind of things today.

“His thumb happened on a pass. That’s life in the big city. You’re a running back in the NFL there’s going to be some Monday’s where you’re not going to be feeling great. Feel a little bit better when you get the win and when you make the plays that he made. That’s what we’re looking for from him and not anything else.”