Jason Kelce of the Philadelphia Eagles and superstar tight end Travis Kelce of the Kanas City Chiefs are the most entertaining brother duo in the NFL today, with their podcast “New Heights” being one of the most popular in the sports category.
Every week, the Kelce brothers talk football amongst other things and draw an enormous crowd with their podcast, and this week will be no different, especially after they went at Peter King for his criticism of the Eagles’ quarterback sneak tactics or “push sneak,” which rivals a play seen in rugby.
Even though the Kelce brothers clearly don’t agree with King’s opinion, they went about addressing it professionally and hilariously, as only they can do.
Jason’s got a message for Peter King and all the QB sneak haters out there pic.twitter.com/v2j2iEBCx0
— New Heights (@newheightshow) September 21, 2023
King went as far as to say the “push sneak” is an “abomination” and an “idiotic rule” that the NFL needs to address.
The longtime sports writer went a little overboard on this one, as he acts like teams are cheating when using this tactic, which is clearly legal and highly effective.
Until the NFL cracks down on the play, the Eagles and other teams willing to use it will continue to have success and use it as much as they’d like to during games.
Although King is outraged by this tactic, it doesn’t seem like the NFL has any sense of urgency to change it, as it could continue to be used while being impactful on the football field.NEXT: Former Super Bowl Champion Warns Eagles About 1 Of Their Players