Gaiscioch wrote:Nacho, great to read your thoughts on some of the individual players. They are all putting their hands up and playing unselfishly as a squad.
My only concern is Griffen, he's doing some good work out there, but it feels like we have more options to cover what he's essentially doing unless he's making a direct swap for Cameron Smith.
Scooter and Blazzer, ya both make great points, it felt like it should of been a penalty and a sin-bin, but the penalty try was as if it was "cutting off the nose to spite the face" and it makes sense in that regards as what else would get the message home to law-breaking players. I mean that shoulder charge also from Latrell lol.
Napa and JWH done well for the Roosters, but wouldn't agree that their pack out played us or slowed us down on the play the balls any more than we did to them. Connor Watson was their best player and a player for us to watch out for if we clash with them again. But an enjoyable watch on the tele against 1 & 2, a worthy game of their positions in the comp.
Stimson - makes me forget we are even missing Tohu. That position is in good hands for the next few years with him around
Kettles wrote:Sorry to answer my own point, but it's also a tactical, man-management issue. Harris is off. We wish him well.
If Tohu gets selected in the pointy end, it will be at the expense of one of our emerging stars, robbing them of valuable big game experience and giving up their spot for someone who is out of the joint.
As someone said, you don't make wholesale changes and you don't flirt with form.
bushman wrote:Anyone who thinks Roosters where the better team hand in your membership now ...
Kettles wrote:I'd like a dollar, just a dollar for every time Bellamy has said "you know". Bloody hell, he can put it 4 or 5 times into a sentence. Even Smith says it. The post-match wrap-ups are just excruciating. You know?
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