NFL Analysts Now Realizing the Error of their Ways and Getting on the Brotherly Shove Bandwagon
The national media is finally getting on board and realizing how much skill the Brotherly Shove takes:
Everyone else failing with the tush push has changed my mind on it—I don’t want it outlawed anymore. It’s not a cheat code. The Eagles are just really, really good at it, and a team being good at something like that shouldn’t ever be reason for a rule change. https://t.co/ZyGdJFtCpP
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 12, 2023
Ho hum, just what we’ve been saying for two years in Philadelphia! Hopefully NFL media will be brave enough to follow Albert because there’s plenty of room on the bandwagon for Pro-Shove members.
This was another weekend of football where more teams showed they can’t effectively shove because they don’t have the #1 offensive line and a QB who squats 600 pounds:
The Colts Push comes up short pic.twitter.com/qvEksv3eyB
— Mr Matthew CFB (@MrMatthew_CFB) November 12, 2023
Look at this six-play Chargers sequence from the Lions’ 1 that included TWO back-to-back tush pushes. I bet you they wish they had a QB who could squat 600 pounds:
Teams are even getting innovative and running different wrinkles off the formation:
Raiders lined up looking like a QB sneak. It was not a QB sneak.
— NFL (@NFL) November 13, 2023
How can you cover football and think this isn’t a football play? If the tush push isn’t a football play then this isn’t either:
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) November 12, 2023
It’s literally the type of formation the game of football was founded on.
The best part is no one got hurt this weekend! Put that in your data pipe and smoke it, NFL.