As Troy gets older does he need to adjust his game?
I mentioned this in another thread, but a lot of what Troy does is on instincts and ability to react quickly when he guesses wrong.
So as he gets into his early 30's does he need to adjust his play because of the usual degradation of being older?
Does Lebeau need to adjust his use of TP in order to put him in position to be the gamebreaker?
Please don't take this as Troy sucks. This is an actual question of how to deal with an older player who's skills aren't gone, but they aren't as quick (agile) as they once were.
I am sure Ed Reed's game has adjusted as the year's have gone on...that doesn't make him any less greater, in fact it makes him better because he is put in position to be successful.