Troy was so dangerous because he could freelance and play on pure instinct because his front seven was so good.

Now, and for half of the season, Troy played LB at times and more in a "position" or a zone than in the past where he played where he felt like the play was going.

But other posters on here were right, it was like playing with 10 players when Troy would blitz at the LOS and get eaten up by a G or T. Stupid IMO.

They changed that up later in the season and Troy has been Troy. I think he is in the best shape of his career and has played an entire season for a change. It's just that the Steeler D is not the Steeler D of old.