WATCH: Cowboys Fail Miserably, Prove 'Tush Push' Isn't Unstoppable

Dallas just made the perfect argument for keeping the Brotherly Shove legal.

Dak Prescott and the Cowboys tried (and failed) to copy the Eagles' quarterback sneak.
Dak Prescott and the Cowboys tried (and failed) to copy the Eagles' quarterback sneak. / Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports
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The Philadelphia Eagles' quarterback sneak is overpowered right? Too easy? Unstoppable? That's why it needs to be banned, I'm told. It's not that the Eagles are too good at it. It's just that the play isn't fair.

Of course, Cowboys fans who complain like that are going to have a lot of explaining to do after watching Dak Prescott try (and fail) to do a Jalen Hurts impression. Check it out:

The Cowboys' offensive line gets no push. Dak Prescott generates no momentum. The running backs don't give him any boost. The whole thing crumbles almost instantly.

This never had a chance from the start, and honestly it probably would have gone better if the Cowboys had just tried a traditional QB sneak.

How much more proof do we need that the play isn't some unbeatable cheat code that needs to be outlawed? Just because one team is better at something else than others doesn't mean the NFL should rule against them.

Should Patrick Mahomes be banned from making difficult throws? Derrick Henry banned from running over too many defenders?

The whole thing is obviously a stupid argument at its core, but boy is it sweet to watch the Cowboys be the team to prove that to the entire country in primetime.

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