My captaincy shortlist is Haas, DCE, Cleary
If DCE will goalkick again, I think Manly will be able to get a few points against Gold Coast, so hopefully he can get some attacking points along with his kick metres
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Don’t mind me I was having a cheeky dig at MS who said it was an average reserve grade forward pack and he predicted Souths to miss the 8. I have to remind him of this@StormTrooper96 wrote:
I do not recall this.. Murray (NSW/AUS), Turgess (ENG), Lowe (QLD), Knight, Tatola, Nicholls all had good 2019 years and then Su'a looked alright in limited minutes for the Broncos.
Looks like a good pack to me. I mean I understand how some might say they are reserve graders, I am just saying I don't remember anyone saying that or saying they would miss the 8.. especially with Latrell as your big market signing and then your outside backs.
Nope I’m relieved I do not have to stress as much as Souths have made the 8. Not bad at all as many were calling our pack a bunch of reserve graders who’d miss the 8, I’m proud of every one of them. Top 8 was a pass mark for us this year after losing GI, Sam and Sutto and we’ve done it.
Still would be nice to get a 6th placed finish so plenty still to play for.
I know mate I was subtly having a cheeky dig at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Gotta admit I was one of these. I thought signing a centre to play fullback was not going to mask the loss of leadership from Sutton and Surgess leaving, but even Latrell's improvement surprised me. Huge leaps from Campbell Graham, Su'a, Koloamatangi, Sironen and Mago as well as career best form from Turgess has masked a lot of issues. But I think it was more lack of talent outside the 8, rather than Souths being good that sees them in their current position. For mine there is a huge gulf between the top 5 and the chasing pack
Was talking to some Parra supporting friends last night. They are all of the opinion that Parra are done for the year.
The view (and i agree with them) is that they'll be ripe for the beating on the weekend. The main questions is whether Brisbane will be good enough to take advantage of it. My guess is Parra will just hold on in a shoddy game.
@Rabbits21 wrote:Missing Horse at the start and going with Jack Williams hurt me. Stimson and Musgrove were also dud picks for me.
Trading Williams out to Magoulias was the silliest thing I did.
Then of course I had my constant centre issues.
@my tv broke wrote:Moses a left field captaincy option this week as he flat track bully's his way to 90+ score against the hapless Broncos
Croft back at six for Brisbane. uhhh. Admittedly SOS has been absolute trash anyway.