"If there's one thing I miss about the CFL, it's the punt and kick returns for touchdowns. We saw a lot of them last season. This year, we hardly saw anything. Now my thoughts on this matter may seem a bit drastic, but how about making it illegal to punt the ball out of bounds? If the ball goes out of bounds, give the offending team a 25-yard penalty from the spot where the ball landed. There is nothing more boring than two plays and a punt followed by, well, two plays and a punt! Look at last Friday's Argos-Riders game as an example. Granted, many critics will be asking, "What do you want Chris? Two to four touchdowns scored like that in every game?" Well in a word, yes! I want drama. I want the lead to change. I want a team that's down by 14 to make it a seven-point game with one score on one play.
Let's simplify the rules. If your head is in front of a player who is covering the kick, it is a legal block. If your head is behind or at the side of a player who is covering the kick, it is an illegal block. In my opinion, the best attackers in the game are the punt and kick returners. It takes courage, skill and quickness to do their job, and they are sure fun to watch. There is nothing wrong with a returner getting 10 touchdowns that way in an 18-game schedule. For me, that's 10 exciting plays that we could have seen this year, not to mention all the punts that the returner was tackled on in the last moments. Points, lead changes, speed and the possibility of either team winning is what makes CFL football so great in the fourth quarter."
I agree with him 100%