The Philadelphia Eagles currently have the best record in the NFC.
And while that should obviously be credited to a ton of factors, there’s that one play that has bailed them out more often than not.
Of course, as you may know by now, we’re talking about the infamous ‘Tush Push.’
Nick Sirianni’s team has thrived with this play, which pretty much consists of a quarterback sneak on steroids, with all the offensive line and skill players pushing forward, similar to a rugby huddle.
Multiple players and coaches have complained about this play, and the league will even review it for the second straight year in the offseason.
However, Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill believes the league shouldn’t even consider banning it.
In the latest edition of his podcast, Hill talked about how fun it was to watch that play from the sidelines, praising them for the way they execute it and the personnel they have to do it (via Dov Kleiman).
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) October 27, 2023
Hill believes the play is perfectly legal, although he deemed it ‘very unstoppable.’
Other teams haven’t found the same success with that play because they don’t have the same elite offensive line or a quarterback who can squat 600 pounds, but that’s not the Eagles’ problem.
They’re playing within the rules, and it’s a football play.
Even so, with all the talking and the complaining, the league might have no choice but to ban it at some point, even if there’s nothing wrong with it.NEXT: Insider Says Dolphins Star Will Return To The Field This Sunday