…goes to Cowboys K David Buehler, quizzed by Dallas News’ Rainer Sabin as to the recommended plan of action before facing Niners WR/return specialist Ted Ginn Jr. Were Buehler asked how to handle Greg Ginn, I’m sure he’d have suggested many hours of practice and/or donations to feline charities.
“If the wind is at my back, hopefully I’ll get the green light and be able to kick a touchback and keep it out of Ted Ginn’s hands because he is a dangerous returner,” Cowboys kicker David Buehler said. “As long as you hit him in the mouth earlier, I think he might give up.”
Last week, Buehler produced one touchback in five opportunities and while he was retained by the Cowboys because of his ability to boot the ball into the end zone the Dallas coaching staff may ask him take a different tack on kickoffs this weekend by giving Ginn an opportunity to field the ball.