I don’t think I would have signed a quarterback to an extension knowing that he’d have 26 turnovers,” Tannenbaum said Thursday on “NFL AM” when asked about the gaudy deal Sanchez received last March. “That might be one of the reasons I’m right sitting here with you guys.
We do. We supported it. We did for a few reasons. First, player safety is always paramount to us. As you would think there should be more touchbacks, therefore fewer kickoffs, but with that said it still leaves really exciting play in the game cause there won’t be all touchbacks. Certainly as the year goes on in the northeast I would expect they’ll be fewer touchbacks as the year goes on. But for the course of the season there should be a few less. To look at it one way is obviously you have a good kicker returner, Brad Smith, and certainly that’s a factor, but the other side of it to is Coach [Rex] Ryan is a defensive coach hopefully from a covering standpoint we’ll put more teams at the 20 [yard line].
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