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Jets’ Robert Saleh says his team will be ready to defend Philly’s ‘Tush Push’

Every team in the NFL has tried to stop the Eagles’ ‘Tush Push’ play, and nearly all of them have failed. Robert Saleh and his Jets are next in line.

When speaking to the media this week, New York’s head coach told reporters his team will be ready to defend the Eagles’ now infamous play when they faceoff this weekend.

“If the quarterback carries the ball,” Saleh said Wednesday, “we’ve got to give him 11 kisses.”

Not gonna lie, I can’t really argue with a team of men wanting to kiss Jalen Hurts. Have you seen those lips?

Can’t blame the Jets for wanting to give this guy a smooch


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Jokes aside, the Jets stand no chance defending the ‘Tush Push’ on Sunday. For starters, it’s nearly impossible to stop. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Birds have converted 13 of 16 first downs when running the ‘Tush Push.’ New York has defended the play three times this season and they’ve only managed to stop it once – when Mac Jones was the one running it.

If the Jets want to give Hurts 11 smooches in an attempt to stop the ‘Tush Push,’ be my guest.

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Mandatory Credit: USA Today Sports

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