If you got Roger Tuivasa-Sheck running off him like McKinnon used to do off Rapira and Price he could be even more effective. Often he has his arms free after a good run and there’s no support to offload to.
Agree about the risk of wear and tear though especially given his injury history over the last few years.
Bang on, it was really apparent against the Titans.
There‘s an interesting stat in that the Warriors are the only side who haven’t scored a long range try in the competition this year, not too many either in the last few seasons that I can recall tbh.
Sadly we’re still feeling the residual effects of “Kearney ball” - by that I mean the pervading myth that support runners are only necessary in “Good ball” (another myth) when sides like the Eels, Roosters and Panthers are scoring from all over the park.
It’s no wonder Roger Tuivasa-Sheck doesn’t bother trailing Tohu Harris, most likely too gassed from doing hit-ups anyway.