Prior to the rule change, player discipline was self-managing. Now, the only thing worthy of a sin bin is a punch. We are in a worse position for the game's image than before. The game is grubbier and played with less "honour", because of the mandatory and short sighted rule changes. As well, I'd argue that reckless lifting tackles - like the Tate game 1 and Myles game 2 are encouraged, because you'll never get sent off for it, it's now know to provoke a response of fear in the tackled player when he is completely helpless and is done to intimidate. There needs to be a 5 minute sin bin, for fighting and also for dangerous tackles put on report. 5 minutes in the bin for a dangerous tackle. Or at least a compulsory interchange (i.e. -1 from the interchange quota) so the player can cool his heals. There is not sufficient deterrent at the moment. That tackle on Josh McGuire is as bad as it can get. If they are serious, that's a send off.