The New York Jets have never beaten the Philadelphia Eagles.
These two historic franchises have faced off 12 times, and the Eagles have taken home the victory in each contest.
Seeing how both teams have played so far this year, the Jets are not favored in a matchup that many believe will be a blowout in favor of the Eagles.
In a recent “Good Morning Football” segment, Colleen Wolfe outlined one way to help the Jets beat the Eagles: stopping the “brotherly shove.”
How can the Jets shock the Eagles?
— Good Morning Football (@gmfb) October 12, 2023
The Eagles’ quarterback sneak, affectionately named the “tush push,” has gotten significant airtime.
Many around the league have petitioned that this play be removed from the NFL.
Until they are told otherwise, the Eagles will continue utilizing this play, especially while they have Jalen Hurts under center.
Hurts has instituted a brand-new scheme for the Eagles, leading to their great success over the past few years.
This play has been difficult to stop, and the Jets have their work cut out for them in this matchup.
However, among all of the teams in the NFL, the Jets have the defensive mindset to figure out a way to stop this.
The Jets have one of the best defensive lines in the league, armored with several elite tackles and linebackers.
If they can stop Hurts’ sneak, it could go a long way toward winning this game.
The Jets also have an elite secondary led by Sauce Gardner.
If Hurts is forced to throw the ball downfield, he’ll be met with the fury of the reigning Defensive Rookie of the Year.NEXT: Jets Will Try To Make History Against Eagles On Sunday