Discussion in 'Parramatta Eels' started by hindy111, Jul 31, 2018.
Why would you judge a player based on one season you f**ken pissant
I was attacked by a bantom chicken as a child.
Here is a tip
Tilt head back and keep then bun on a 45 degree angle. Then suck the juice out first.
After sucking for about 10 seconds you can put it in your mouth without any mess and avoid stains on your shirt that your mum gave you for christmas.
Probably not when defending a 2 point lead if it is late in the game but I am increasing thinking teams need to attack more from a long way out. Teams defend their own try line unbelievably well these days because it is essentially 13 men straight across the defensive line so there is no space/gaps. So if you defend your line well why not risk giving up some ball there. Secondly I think you are more likely to score from a long way out (provided you take some risks) than you are in the red zone for the same above reason.
Agreed, but offloads are just one piece of the puzzle. If that’s all your attack then then you won’t go very far in the comp. I’m stoked we’re offloading more and Junior has been exceptional with them. All I’m saying is that Evans has been less so and has looked far better tucking the ball under his arm and running hard. If he does that more consistently, offloading opportunities should present themselves more frequently.
Bring back the chip-chase.
Now you’re speaking my language!!
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