Jerry Jones Jul 26, 2022; Oxnard, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones at training camp press conference at the River Ridge Fields. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Over the past couple of seasons, the Philadelphia Eagles have found a lot of success with the “tush push” quarterback sneak play. As the league looks into the play and potentially considers banning it, Dallas Cowboys team owner and general manager Jerry Jones has made it clear that he has no problem with the play.

“I don’t have that kind of issue with those techniques,” Jones told 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday according to Pro Football Talk. “That to me will ultimately take care of itself. . . . Those things have a way of being adjusted after a period of time. Usually, it’s cyclical. And when you see something really going, gets an edge on offense, you’ll see the defense catch up with it. . . . And so I think you’ll ultimately see that plugged up, and they’ll be doing something else.”

One reason that Jones doesn’t have an issue with the play is that he doesn’t seem to think that the action “push” component to the play is why the Eagles have had so much success running it. He thinks the credit should go to the offensive line.

“I don’t know that the pushing aspect of it is where the battle is won,” Jones said. “I think it’s the initial get off. I think it’s the initial positioning. I think it’s the lineman getting underneath the defensive guy. I think it’s the art of the quarterback to feel the soft spots, the crack. . . . But I think there’s an art of the deal here. And to me, it’s not a problem.”

The Cowboys take on the Eagles this week in a pivotal divisional showdown. We’ll have to see who comes out on top.

[Pro Football Talk]