They discussed this on the Fox post-mach, I think it was Cronk who explained the key to the Storm's success is simple - repetition. They practice moves until they can do them blindfolded, and after the 1000th rep when they feel like they've got it down Bellamy says they haven't even started yet.
Then he gives them all simple individual pre-game instructions and all they have to do is focus on their own game because everyone knows their job, the halves don't worry about what NAS and Bromwich are doing and vice versa. Once they've got the basic patterns ingrained like clockwork they're free to play heads up and take chances in broken play.
Apparently that's all it is, and that's why the coach goes off like a psycho if they fuck up something they've practiced ten thousand times all week. On Monday the offending players will be there repeating that move until midnight.
I suppose that's what mooks was trying to do here but he was starting from such a low base it wasn't funny, dunno if he had the cattle who wanted to work that hard either. Sounds simple, but that's what Cronk reckons their success is down to. Two sets of books can't hurt either though.
By that definition would you be surprised if Mooks isn't the next storm coach?