Tyrone manager Mickey Harte says both his team and Armagh served up "value for money" in Sunday's Ulster SFC clash at the Athletic Grounds.
"Armagh were well prepared. They were waiting to ambush us," said the Tyrone boss.
"It's a game that we ended up winning but it could have gone either way.
"I think the sending-off [Armagh's Kevin Dyas] did us more harm than good. After that Armagh had their best spell.
"But they [Armagh] were tackling to the edge and they were going to get caught on that at some stage.
"If you play to the edge, you are going to get caught."