The authorities have managed to thwart the infamous "Tush Push" move by the Philadelphia Eagles.
During Week 15's "Monday Night Football" at Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington, the Eagles were hosting the Seahawks and faced a 3rd-and-1 situation on the Seahawks' 3-yard line.
Many anticipated the Eagles' next play would be the "Tush Push" quarterback sneak. The officials, however, flagged center Jason Kelce for a false start.
After Kelce advanced the ball beyond the area where the referee had originally detected it, he was called for a false start.
Recent surprise calls have put false starts in the spotlight in the NFL. This can be included in the list as well.
Speculation suggests the league may ban the “Tush Push” in the offseason. Before the snap, authorities can stop Kelce from moving the ball forward.