What I mean is, it seems to me that it's a rule favoring the defense since you can pin the other team inside the 10 easier because you're kicking from the 35 instead of the 30. You also get more touchbacks. It seems to me that quite often, the other team had pretty good field position after we'd score and at the start of a half. We seemed to have a hard time IMO containing the speedy returners. I can think of 1 game that unfavorable field position cost us just off the top of my head(the 2009 game at Seattle where they got the ball at the 41 or something like that and only needed 20 or 30 yards to get into FG range).
We are mainly a defensive team. Our defense wasn't great but they are probably the strength of our team, since we don't have a great QB and our recievers are pretty young and unpolished. We'll probably add to the defensive talent we have by drafting one of Peterson, Miller, or Quinn. We don't score very many TDs but we have a good kicker so we are able to get a lot of FGs. The only problem is, when the other team gets the ball at the 35 or the 40, it's pretty easy for them to match our FG with one of theirs even if they're unable to score a TD on that play.
Thoughts? I don't like the rule very much as it affects the game, but if it helps our team out I'll gladly take it.