No doubt about it, he certainly is doing well in the stats. Of course, on this forum stats don't mean anything, they don't take into account blah blah and so and so. On here, if stats don't suit the narrative then they apparently become meaningless.Just gone through Haas's stats for the season so far. He's still in beast mode considering he's been in a badly beaten side nearly every week. In the top 5 or 6 props in nearly every category.
I don't feel that that is true. Stats do tell part of every story. In this case it reveals Haas is playing long minutes, is making fewer metres, has regressed from 2019 but is still going well. I believe that by playing with fewer minutes but better management he could quite readily top the stats in most areas.
If people out there are seeing a happy Haas then I need my eyes checked. I see a proud competitor but I believe he has dropped off and I suspect he's dissatisfied and feels underpaid and taken for granted. He looks to me to be just going through the motions but because his 'B' game is most other props 'A' it's not being noticed. I think he's not being used properly and he could be so much more than a just a battering ram.
I don't really give much thought to why someone disagrees with me, unless of course they explain their reasoning.