"When you watched [Monday] night with Kansas City, some of their punts when they hit the ground, they landed soft," Koch said. "And so it's one of those things where – especially going inside the 20 – there's always a good chance. Now throughout the week, the ground might be a little cold although they do have a heater underneath the field. But it's going to be soft. It usually gets torn up pretty quick, and there's a lot of extra grass like Cleveland's was. All the dirt was broken up, all the grass was broken up, so everything was really loose, which kind of provides a little dampener for when the ball hits."