General NRL 2022 Round 24 - General Discussion

Wow you have to feel for them a little, basically sitting pretty a few weeks ago and then two heavy losses and a big win to Raiders means they're screwed now.
Why do you reckon the wheels fell off, soft underbelly exposed without Reynolds last night. They seemed to get a bit wobbly after that Haas contract shit, that must have been destabilizing, something's not right at the Broncs. Where's Haas going anyway, are we a chance?
 
Why do you reckon the wheels fell off, soft underbelly exposed without Reynolds last night. They seemed to get a bit wobbly after that Haas contract shit, that must have been destabilizing, something's not right at the Broncs. Where's Haas going anyway, are we a chance?

I still think they're a massively young team. Last few years they've played pretty kaka and then turned a corner and had about 10-12 consecutively decent games this year, but with a few injuries and suspensions they've kind of reverted back to how they were at the beginning of the year.
I think they will struggle even more next year, especially if Haas leaves and they have turnstile Walsh at the back
 
Why do you reckon the wheels fell off, soft underbelly exposed without Reynolds last night. They seemed to get a bit wobbly after that Haas contract shit, that must have been destabilizing, something's not right at the Broncs. Where's Haas going anyway, are we a chance?
Losing to the Tigers & Carrigan for a 4 week suspension in the process derailed their season.
On a side note, Tyson Gamble is fully fit, 8W-0L in the NRL this season but appears to be on the outer at the club
 
Losing to the Tigers & Carrigan for a 4 week suspension in the process derailed their season.
On a side note, Tyson Gamble is fully fit, 8W-0L in the NRL this season but appears to be on the outer at the club
Losing to the tigers this year is almost as shameful as conceding 70. Not really, but these are the things we tell ourselves in our darkest days.
 
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