- Sep 6, 2013
He did take a dive, I hate that it has come in to league but you can't try and hold the moral ground, you have to play the game unfortunately.
|9 / 26 (74%)||Incomplete / Complete Sets ( Rate% )||11 / 27 (71%)|
|37:59||Time in Opposition Half||38:12|
|13/114||Dummy Half Runs/Metres||9/114|
I stand corrected. The research unreliable. That said Cowboys made GF recently from 8th and although they got flogged anything can happen in a GF. The only teams in the 8 that Broncs would almost certainly lose to in a GF would be a full strength Panthers or Cows. We can beat all the others. Just depends how it plays outWe finished 3rd in 2006. No one outside the top 4 since the McIntyre system has won a premiership.
I reckon we can beat Cows when we're full strength. They won't beat us thrice this year.I stand corrected. The research unreliable. That said Cowboys made GF recently from 8th and although they got flogged anything can happen in a GF. The only teams in the 8 that Broncs would almost certainly lose to in a GF would be a full strength Panthers or Cows. We can beat all the others. Just depends how it plays out
You can’t give any weight to anything Crawley says about us. Ever since we broke his boyfriends heart he uses every opportunity to have a go.Really? He caught him around the mouth. Just because the guy is built like a brick sh*house doesn't mean he has to cop it, smile, and play on!
This frustrated the hell out of me at the game.
A couple of minutes into the second half and Reynolds puts in a fucking great kick. It was our chance to put the Tigers under pressure and swing the momentum our way, but instead they got lazy. Capewell makes a poor attempt at tackle, which is forgivable. What's not is the lazy chase from the rest of the team. They should have been there in the in-goal on Laurie like flies on shit when Capewell missed that tackle, instead they are jogging towards the in-goal and Laurie has all the opportunity he needs to get out.
Gives me the shits.
The first 2 sets were enough for me to have that familiar sinking feeling in my gut.Was absolutely pathetic. Massive kick and no one could even be bothered getting down there to back it up.
I think that was the moment when many of us realised our boys were not winning that one.
First off I see gamble as a depth option only and good injury cover.Left field hypothetical only here, just for a bit of shit talking, but had we retained Te Maire, given these potential halves:
Which combo do you think might give us the most mileage over say, the next three years?
I'm a big Reynolds fan, and think he's the best thing that's happened to the club in recent memory, but I don't think we'd necessarily be worse off with Te Maire in that mix at the expense of one of the above names, even Reynolds.
Hadn't thought of Walsh as an impact player. I don't mind that at all, actually. I never want to see Walters or Paix in the halves again but I fear that's where we're heading as backup.First off I see gamble as a depth option only and good injury cover.
Secondly I assume we are also including the fullback position in where to wedge these guys into the side because the rest of that list are starting quality players.
Perhaps if Mam had struggled so far I would say TMM would be a great 6 option along side reynolds. But, Ezra has been very good in his short time in the top grade and the more time along side reynolds the better for his development.
TMM has played a fantastic role for us this year out the back and if we didn't sign Walsh I think we would have tried to keep him in Brisbane.
So while reynolds is still performing my team would be.
14. Walsh (off the bench like Bowen for QLD)
I don't think there is any risk of Paix going to half. Walters may fill in during a game if injury strikes. But I really want to see paix step up over the next off-season and start next year at 9 and be able to play big minutes with someone like. Kobe giving him a breather if need be.Hadn't thought of Walsh as an impact player. I don't mind that at all, actually. I never want to see Walters or Paix in the halves again but I fear that's where we're heading as backup.