There are a few expletives Matt Adamson would like to use when it comes to the Inglis-Young collision, but instead he will talk about the important games this weekend in the NRL...
Just quickly, two points before I begin.
Firstly, can anyone in the world tell me did Greg Inglis' shoulder hit Dean Young's head, or did Dean Young's head hit Greg Inglis's shoulder?
Well the answer to that is no and if you can make me believe otherwise, you should be running our country, because you are a genius.
For the record it's called a collision.
Second point: if we are going to charge players for shoulder charges, in which case we are, what do we do when a player is carrying the ball drop's his shoulder, makes contact with the head and runs over the top of his opponent and goes on to scores a try?
Do we call him back and put him on report and disallow the try?
Dogs are leaders
What a match this is!
Two teams in awesome form and both coming in off the back of great wins.
I can't speak highly enough of what is going on at the Dogs: their pack has been strong all year and their short passing game has the opposition guessing all the time. These tactics, although very basic, are causing defensive lines much uncertainty as it makes all members of their line come forward on every play, which of course burns huge amounts of energy.
The best form of defence is attack, so maybe the Cowboys will go back to some old fashioned up and in defence, which of course suits JT.
Get up in their face and make them make a decision, is my advice.
The Cowboys are slowly creeping up on the rest of the competition and I feel they could sneak in and catch a few out.
Recommended Bet @ Betfair
Eight in a row for the Dogs, so is this their time to fall?
I don't think so, once again at home too strong, @ Betfair odds of (1.62) , with Barba on fire who is a lock to win the Dally M.
No Semi's for Tigers
Well we can always blame a run of injuries, but in the end who wants excuses?
I'm quite sure Tim Sheens and his men don't, but with what has happened to his team since Monday night's game, I feel this one is going to be a little too tough for the Tigers.
So tough in fact, it's a great opportunity for Betfair punters to lay off on them from making the semis.
South's, on the other hand, can do no wrong, and even if they must play without Greg Inglis, they have a ready-made replacement in Nathan Merritt. This is what Michael McGuire has brought to this team, structure, and when you coach a well-structured outfit, you have the replacements to get the job done.
Recommended Bet @ Betfair
Go with the Bunnies to keep on their winning ways, and trust me, it will be by a big margin. Too big, too strong and too skilful for the undermanned Tigers.
Back them to cover the line of -6.5 points