There’s a qb behind Tom Brady that can win a super bowl? Because NE still does it and he’s not quite the size of Ben. The chances of a player getting hurt on that type of play is much smaller than during a typical play.
As for the onside kick: when you kick off from the 35 yard line, you can’t expect the opponent to get the ball at the 35 to start. You expect the 45, seeing as it has to travel 10 yards anyway. The defense had shown no capability to slow down their offense. Therefore, If Jax recovers and doesn’t get a first down, it’s between the thirty-five and forty. A fifty plus yarder. Call it a coaching mistake if you want but the reason for it is pretty simple if you consider all factors.