With Troy on the field, Ryan Clark has to adjust to Troy's play. No easy task. Perhaps Ryan Clark is the only guy that knows what Troy's gonna do, because sometimes I doubt Troy even knows.

With Troy on the sideline, Clark gets to play his game and not worry about adjusting.

As a result we get 2 different performers. Good Ryan and Mediocre Ryan.

We clearly lose something without a healthy Troy. But Ryan Clark has made up for some of what's gone missing with his own great play.

What I wonder is can we get Good Ryan to play along side Troy? Or will he revert back to being Troy's side kick?