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    Run home: Knights (H), Cowboys (H), Sea Eagles (A), Storm (A), Tigers (H), Sharks (A), Titans (H)

    Home/Away split: 4/3

    Key clash: Having been pumped by the defending premiers on the Central Coast, you can expect a fired-up Roosters to respond when they travel to the Shire in Round 25. They've lost six on the trot against Cronulla but still boast a dominant record over their southern rivals and will be keen to claim what could be a telling two competition points just a fortnight out from the finals.

    Crystal ball: Fresh from the bye, Trent Robinson's men face a good mix of opposition in the final seven rounds with games against the bottom two sides as well as a couple of top four teams. Injuries to Michael Gordon and Jake Friend couldn't have come at a worse time so the next few weeks will test their depth. Currently in outright second spot, the next month will determine if they are challengers for the minor premiership or battlers for fourth.
    Predicted ladder

    1. Storm (44 points)

    2. Sharks (40)

    3. Sea Eagles (38)

    4. Roosters (36)

    5. Broncos (36)

    6. Eels (34)

    7. Cowboys (32)

    8. Panthers (30)*

    9. Dragons (30)

    10. Raiders (26)

    11. Titans (22)

    12. Rabbitohs (20)

    13. Warriors (20)

    14. Bulldogs (18)

    15. Tigers (14)

    16. Knights (8)

  • #2
    I don't predict this at all.
    It's from some lame website , but it's football news and I've been starved of that for a while.
    My daughter would call this a "copy and paste" effort, but at least I just proved I listened to some one.

    Ain't too sure how we've been going lately, but I know we up up against the odds without the rep players in a couple of games , and we smashed the shite outta the bye on the weekend.

    Is the Bye related to the Storm in any way?

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    • #3
      That prediction suggests we win 4 from 7. For me that would be a pass mark, but, even with a couple of injuries, we should be favourites for our 4 home games, and you reckon we should be able to jag at least one win from the (tough) 3 away games.

      The good thing is that we're in a good position on the table and our fate is in our own hands.

      Melbourne might be hard to chase down, but finishing second is a realistic option.

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      • #4
        The Cowboys game, even at home won't be easy.

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        • #5
          I'm concerned whenever we don't have friend our ruck defence seems to suffer, also Gordon has been great at the back these last two months. Would really like to finish in the top four, I wonder how many wins we need to stay there?

          Would have to be 4/7?
          "I don't think anything I've ever done is wrong" - Homer J Simpson

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          • #6
            be very nice to finish second, i dont think thqats a step too far? we have the players even with injuries we have the coach we have the home games, so let's do it I think we have the passion too, so much depends on cordners injury now? bloddy soo again!

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            • #7
              You are right Eddie. Garbage.

              Most of the so called experts struggle to tip at 60 or 70%.

              This turkey reckons he can predict the ladder with another 7 games to go.

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              • #8
                Ours is probably the hardest run home, but good prep for the Finals... let the experts keep hyping up Storm and Sharks into oblivion as a lock for the GF (who then both go on to lose their next game Eels & Titans).

                It's not our talent, will come down to the mental side, starting against the Knights !!!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Thirteen View Post

                  This turkey reckons he can predict the ladder with another 7 games to go.
                  It happened last season, Ikin and some other media turkeys going on about how great the Sharks were for breaking this record (by winning all their final games)... before they'd even kicked a ball in any of those games.

                  I only remember because all this hype was on radio on the drive home from Allianz, after beating us! One of those few moments you want to ring up and challenge their highly paid nonsense.

                  The Sharks then went on to win just 1 game out of their last 6. (also against us lol).


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                  • #10
                    As the Titans proved on the weekend, any team can beat any other team at any time. Mitchell Cornish should be in the side somewhere though.
                    SUPER DRAGON!

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                    • #11
                      After last year's debacle of a season just making the Semi's is fantastic anything after that is down to injuries, desire and luck.

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                      • #12
                        If Latrell is switched on then i can see us doing some damage in the semis, if not then i can see us going out in straight sets.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Johnny. View Post
                          As the Titans proved on the weekend, any team can beat any other team at any time. Mitchell Cornish should be in the side somewhere though.
                          Where do you think he should play Johnny? As the utility off the bench instead of Watson (assuming Friend and Gordon are back)?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by 2 weeks View Post
                            If Latrell is switched on then i can see us doing some damage in the semis, if not then i can see us going out in straight sets.
                            I think that's the only reason why bookies are tipping us to make the GF. Other teams are far more consistent than ours, but we've (inconsistently) demonstrated that we can score points REALLY REALLY FAST when we get our game on.

                            Storm, Sharks and Broncos can wrestle teams out of the game. Cowboys have JT. Manly are showing a little bit of late form?

                            We are only 1 win away from being level with Melbourne (believe it or not). If we can temporarily block their wrestling tactics (even for 20 minutes) then that's enough time for us to score a shyte load of points, leave them shaken and win a GF. I can think of no other team that has this kinda attacking power hidden away...

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Thirteen View Post

                              Where do you think he should play Johnny? As the utility off the bench instead of Watson (assuming Friend and Gordon are back)?
                              He can sub for Friend in that 20/20 mix. With the added bonus that if either Pearce or Keary get hurt, he can slot in there.
                              SUPER DRAGON!

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