I think with defense especially, you have your core principles. If you do those consistently, then it's easy to make, sort of, game-to-game adjustments. But, when you're not doing your core principles consistently, you end up just guessing a lot. To be honest with you, that's what bad teams do.
I've never valued material things. I've always been more attached to people. The pursuit of material things takes time, and I realized my time is very valuable especially during the season. My time with my kids, what I do to take care of my body, and of course any intellectual pursuits I may have on the side. Those are all things that I value.
I think anytime you have any sort of injury, you know I've come back from a pulled hamstring in college one time, foot injuries. The movement that causes the initial jolt of pain you always kind of are tentative when you have to make that movement, especially as you kind of build back up.