Well, I disagree. Like a good anti-depressant, its effects usually take up to a month to take effect. This really becomes for me at least, a watershed match. There just has to be significant improvement or the writing will be on the wall, in bold, underlined and in italics, for Seibold at least.
As for Ash Taylor, he showed how good he can be against us given a good game plan. They had shape, structure and commitment. We fell apart in the face of that.
Those last three lines sum up the basics for rugby league. It's a simple game.
Even though both teams are on the bottom of the ladder each team can at given times compete evenly with any other team in the competition. Each team can, for periods match or be high quality nrl product.
The Tits will likely win another game or two but a thing that is often overlooked about losing teams is that on any given day they can match it for longer than expected. The Broncos have a greater upside and adversity will build a solid base.
I picture the blast torch that's on the Broncos now, it's already done with the outer layers and the longer it's held on us more gets blown away until it hits foundation. If ever you want a reboot, reset or rebuild this is what it takes. Ultimately a positive I think.