@mattnz wrote:Its interesting comparing some of the halves combinations and the scoring of dominant halves.
Examples of Strong / Weak halves combinations the last couple of years:
DCE/any of them next to him have been weak
Milf/any of them next to him have been weak
Moses/It took Norman leaving to make him a strong dominant player
Their strong scoring tends to be because the guys next to them are weaker. Cleary has been scoring at that same level as these guys, despite having a strong halves partner in Maloney next to him. This season he takes full control and takes things to the next level.
The thing that drew me to Cleary was the fact he only had 9 try assists and 8 line break assists all year. Those are absurd numbers for a "dominant" half