PHILADELPHIA (BVM) – For a second year in a row, the talk of the NFL throughout the early weeks of the year has once again centered around the Philadelphia Eagles’ revolutionized quarterback sneak.
Whether you call it the “tush push” or the “Brotherly Shove,” the play has taken over the conversation, as defensive coordinators continue their attempts at stopping it on a weekly basis. While the push for a league-wide ban on the play will have to wait till after the season, the growing narrative around the sport believes that only the Eagles are successful at running it.
With that said, there are certainly offenses that have been better and worse at doing it than the Eagles. There’s even plenty that haven’t been keen on even trying it.
Entering Week 5, here’s a look at the best success rates of the five teams that have run the “tush push” more than once.