Enjoying the win, but one thing I really didn't understand on Sunday... Dolphins kick the ball off with ~40ish seconds left on the clock. Kick is fairly deep in the end zone, but catchable. Slater motions for Blount to kneel on the catch. The offense takes the field, and kneels to run out the clock. I certainly understand the fact that you normally want to kneel on deep kicks because you lose starting field position on average, that you might prefer to regroup your offense in the locker room than risk injury with hail mary's, and I also understand that Blount is no burner and is pretty unlikely to take one the house. But still -- if you're going to kneel on the offense regardless of position, wouldn't it make sense to return a catchable kick? Aside from the absolute worst-case of a fumble turnover, doesn't this seem like the the lowest risk option for points?