"I don't think it's really going to change anything that we do aside from just practicing, just the visual of seeing an extra point from a little further back," Tucker said. "It is what it is. If there is a rule change, we'll adapt and overcome, but I don't think the game needs to be changed unless there's a real safety concern. I think people are proposing some of these rule changes just because maybe they don't have anything better to do. … As long as there's not a safety concern on a particular phase of the game, then I don't think there's a reason to change it."