2019 NRL Season: Round 22 Discussion

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  1. rhugh89

    rhugh89 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus Staff Member Admin

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    For discussion about the other 7 games in Round 22

    Thursday 15th August

    Sea Eagles vs Tigers - Lottoland @ 7:50pm

    Friday 16th August


    Titans vs Eels - CBUS Super Stadium @ 6:00pm
    Broncos vs Panthers - Suncorp Stadium @ 7:55pm

    Saturday 17th August

    Storm vs Raiders - AAMI Park @ 5:30pm
    Rabbitohs vs Bulldogs - ANZ Stadium @ 7:35pm

    Sunday 18th August

    Roosters vs Warriors - SCG @ 2:00pm
    Sharks vs Dragons - Pointsbet Stadium @ 4:00pm

    Previews

    https://www.nrl.com/news/topic/match-preview/

    Team Lists

    https://www.nrl.com/news/2019/08/13/round-22-nrl-team-announcements/
     
  2. danknights

    danknights Ben Kennedy

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    Can anyone tell me what Mansour was doing in that staggs try?
     
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    Who do we want to win here?
     
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    R_A Mark Hughes

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    Ashley Klein refereeing a Broncos game, shouldn't be surprised he's doing everything in his power to make sure a QLD team gets in.
     
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    krustykraz Todd Bates

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    who ever loses this one we need them to lose a couple more.
     
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    Frank McWilliams Sean Rudder

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    Better Panthers win cause we can take two from them in last game
     
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    R_A Mark Hughes

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    Lol that Naden try had about as much pressure as the Farah 'try' against us. Good to see the video refs are inconsistent as ever.
     
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    krustykraz Todd Bates

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    Right call imo.
    Against Brisbane in Brisbane it's not a try.
    Against us it would be.
     
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    R_A Mark Hughes

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    Yeah I had no issue it with that being awarded a no try either. It's just they seem to change their minds every week.
     
  10. Simon Templar

    Simon Templar Sam Stewart

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    Iffy either way - is there a benefit of the doubt weighting for D or attack ?

    What was more impressive was the way the big Bronco forwards work on and off the Ball - TPJ sails close to the wind with some of his rushing , pressure defence , but as a whole they are big and powerful
     
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    krustykraz Todd Bates

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    Great to see the Storm lose after they got some dodgy calls.
     
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    R_A Mark Hughes

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    The benefit of the doubt initially is supposed to favour the attacking team (with those where you cant see the ball) and if it looks more likely then not that the ball at some point is planted down even if you can't see it. It was only initially supposed to be for those sorts of tries.
     
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    R_A Mark Hughes

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    Roosters should have scored another three tries here.
     
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    Simon Templar Sam Stewart

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    And rightly so the Defense has 100M to ensure there is no score , for mine I am happy with benefit to the Attack over the line.
     
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    member 2299 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus

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    The so called 'benefit of the doubt' only goes to the team the yellow shirted geese favour. Every time we score replay after video ref replay looking for some reason to knock it out. We see Farrah score from a double movement, the rooters score from a dead set knock on.
     
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    R_A Mark Hughes

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    I agree it had gotten a bit out of hand and one year from memory like every second try was just slapped with benefit of the doubt just cause. Lol
     

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