“If I was a coach, I’d be doing this all the time...Of the last 44 times teams ran a quarterback sneak on 3rd and 1, or 4th and 1, 42 of those plays went for first downs."
-- Clay Travis.
Alluding to a recent Wall Street Journal study that examined the alarmingly high success rate of quarterback sneaks in the NFL dating back to 2016, Clay Travis thinks the uncommon play may just be the most unstoppable play in all of football.
According to the WSJ, since 2016, QB sneaks run on 3rd or 4th and one have had a success rate of 85% compared to just 65% on all other plays.
Listen to the audio below as Clay thinks it could be the most underutilized life hack in the sport.