I like what Bennett is trying to do with "keeping it simple"; hold the ball, defend well etc., but I am a little frustrated our halves aren't more imaginative. Chip and chase, grubber through the line, the sort of thing. Do something unexpected every 2 or three sets. We seem very predictable and even to me we seem to telegraph our passes so badly the other team never seems in two minds. I always remember Mullen deliberately punting a goal-line dropout the full length of the field last year which he and the wingers sprinted after. The opposition was totally dumbstruck and given the right bounce we would have scored off that one kick. That' out-of-the-box thinking is just what we need occasionally. We need to have a plan, agreed, but we need our moments of madness, too.