Jerry Jones expresses his emotions on a contentious play that the Cowboys' competitors have mastered.
Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, has no problem with the Philadelphia Eagles' infamous "Brotherly love" short-yardage play ahead of their Sunday Night Football matchup.
The Eagles have mastered the play, which involves a number of Philadelphia players lining up behind quarterback Jalen Hurts and pushing him from behind to gain a first down or touchdown.
However, the move has its detractors, with stories stating that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wants to outlaw it. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones,
whose club is poised for a postseason push after a 9-3 start to the season, sees nothing wrong with Philadelphia's upgraded version of a quarterback sneak.
"I don't have that kind of issue with those techniques," Jones said on 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday. "That, to me, will eventually take care of itself..." Those things have a way of adjusting themselves over time. It is usually cyclical.
And when something truly gets going, has an advantage on attack, the defense will catch up with it... So I think you'll see that plugged up eventually, and they'll be doing something else."
"I don't think the pushing aspect of it is where the battle is won," Jones remarked. I believe it is the initial take-off. "I believe it is the initial positioning."I believe the lineman is getting below the defensive player.
I believe it is the quarterback's art to detect soft places and cracks... But I believe there is an art to the transaction here. And it's not a problem for me."
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