Jalen Carter Learned the Spike Interception Move From YouTube
Jalen Carter diving through the center’s legs to try to intercept Patrick Mahomes’ spike was the only highlight from a shitty Eagles first half:
Jalen Carter was so close. pic.twitter.com/G8wkJM3DON
— NFL (@NFL) November 21, 2023
Tried to swipe that like he was at a Target. Come on, it was too easy.
Where did Carter learn this? Where every 22 year old learns everything… YouTube:
Jalen Carter on the viral play where he almost intercepted Patrick Mahomes spiking the ball
“I saw it on the internet”
— Eliot Shorr-Parks (@EliotShorrParks) November 21, 2023
I love YouTube. Where else can you get a college education, become radicalized, and learn high-IQ football plays? Nowhere else.
Carter talks about a “high school kid,” but there was also the almost-interception from Atlanta’s Grady Jarrett. After a review they overturned it, but it was close:
Grady Jarrett intercepted a spike and people don’t talk about it enough pic.twitter.com/HAsZqVk2nT
— social cancer (@SlopingGiraffe) July 7, 2023
Brains and brawn.
Look at this rep by #Eagles rookie Jalen Carter vs. Pro Bowl guard Joe Thuney
— MLFootball (@_MLFootball) November 21, 2023
Jalen Carter. DROY. pic.twitter.com/km2qexZuDy
— Word On The Birds (@WordOnTheBirds) November 21, 2023
How did they let the future DROY fall to #9?