My Back And I’ll Carry You To The Promised Land” years can still play at a high level and help a team win. His speed seems a little less unbelievable, his game a little less sharp, perhaps his mind a little less interested in a losing situation. Often, this guy finds new life and a strong finish in a more winning-friendly environment where he can be a solid piece of the puzzle rather than the franchise savior. Marcus Allen went to Kansas City and proved to Al Davis that he was still nails, a feat LaDanian Tomlinson will try (and fail) to repeat in New York in 2010. Corey Dillon in New England is a good example. Neil Smith in Denver. Kurt Warner did it three times and went to a couple of Super Bowls. I’ve got a billion baseball examples, Paul Molitor sticking out like a sore thumb. His grand finale lasted a decade and got him to Cooperstown.