Discussion in 'NRL' started by Tommy Smith, Jul 29, 2018.
Better than Brisbane
We both got flogged
Storm lost by 10 to the Rabbitohs, who are now in first. Broncos got touched up by the Bulldogs, who are trying to avoid the spoon
We both lost, you don't get a bonus point for losing to a better team
Chambers isn't a high bar. He was destroyed by a reserve grade left edge the other night.
Whatever you have to tell yourself to make yourself feel better
His trading value only went up tonight.
Time to give it up.
Your team is a rabble and you know it.
Haha I have that card, still waiting for my collections price to start skyrocketing like all the millions of people that collected basketball cards in the 90’s....any day now....
Haha you and me both brother
We’ll be millionaires, I’m sure of it
The Grant Hill rookie card i traded in primary school still haunts me to this day.
Here's a special one for Tommy -
Where do you get your stats from? He ran for 41 metres and still had more tries, line breaks and tackle breaks than Will Chambers.
Without Keary there, Latrell was always going to get less ball.
The Fox league app has him at 31 meters, it was 29 when I checked, either way it’s a piss poor effort from Latrell, especially when you consider the Roosters dominated the majority of the game. His try had nothing to do with him, all he had to do was catch the ball and put it down thanks to the guys inside him. And while the Storm got dominated, Chambers was good, 120 meters, that’s 4X the amount Latrell made. Plus he had to contend with Cheyse Blair f**cking everything up
Whoopee, Will Chambers had a good game. Let's look at the season to date -
Metres gained: 1,417
Try Assists: 1
Line breaks: 4
Tackle Breaks: 24
Missed Tackles: 42
Penalties conceded: 7.
Metres gained: 1,342
Try Assists: 4
Line breaks: 14
Tackle Breaks: 77
Missed Tackles: 24
Penalties conceded: 16.
They have come in the same room.................. maybe
Latrell cannot be a Hall of Famer let alone an Immortal until he has been retired for five years. That would mean that Latrell can not qualify for either status until probably 2035. But I am willing to bet now that he gets both. He combines the talents of Reg Gasnier and Mal Meninga in one person.
Has it ever occurred to you that different players have different roles in the side and his role is definitely not to be a meter eater/ hit up monster? What good is that if it diminishes your quality in attack near the try line?
Let me guess - you grew up being obsessed by metre stats? Coaches and people like you are the reason our game has developed into a monotony of big athletes who can do nothing but run straight lines. Chambers essentially fits that description and fails in comparison to Mitchell.
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