Tyrone were far more expansive in 2005 than now.
They could because they’d arguably the best 6 forwards.
And even in 2003 they weren’t that defensive.
But most people outside of Tyrone saw them for the first time againt Kerry in the '03 semi - the Puke football remark from Pat S and the whole concept of defensive structures.
But coming into that semi they were average 19 scores a game. That semi was a master stroke.
So I’d argue that Tyrone’s game has evolved over time, but the front 6 aren’t there now.
No matter who takes over they’ve got to live with that problem.