I tend to agree X, we rarely put sides to the sword when the opportunity to do so is there.
On the back of a good first half, a massive opportunity presented itself at halftime last night but instead of firing up even more for the second forty like the Warriors did, we went off the boil.
It seems Sheens is always more about controlling emotions and fair enough if that’s his style. But I think there are times to “let the beast off the leash” (with positive actions) and the second half last night was the time.
The best defense is a good offense.
The best way to defend a lead is to extend it and I don’t understand how a team (not only us as any team in the NRL has done it at some point) can go in at half time or any point of the game and think “we’ve got this” and pack it in before the final whistle.
It’s easier to defend a lead of 40 than a lead of 12.
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