http://www.theherald.com.au/story/5...is-so-relaxed-confident-and-contented/?cs=306 Article that pretty much confirms that Pearce will be the playmaker on both sides of the ruck and will use Watson and Ponga as running options on either side of the field - which is what it looked like they were practicing at the Toronto opposed session. The question is, what happens when Pearce is playing SOO or is injured? It's asking a lot of Lamb to step into that role. I'm sure he'll give it his best shot, but Watson will need to give him some help you'd think. "While he was always the dominant playmaker at the Roosters, Pearce will have an even greater hands-on role at his new club, revealing the Knights will play a less structured attacking game with him operating on both sides of the ruck, linking with the likes of ball-runners Connor Watson and Kalyn Ponga. “Browny has given me a free rein and we’ll play a bit more of an ad-lib style here with a few more options in attack and that’s exciting for me as a half. It opens up your creativity,”he said."