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Just now, Buzzy said:

for me it was Gawn / Langdon / Pickett... Kossie's goals kept us in it.

Once again, we should have won by a lot more. But again I'll take it.

 We'll need to be a hell of a lot cleaner at the G next week,..and if we win that?   I WILL BELIEVE  ❤️ ?

Hunt ?

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4 minutes ago, Clint Bizkit said:

With the way we are playing there is no way teams like Sydney and the Bulldogs will beat us.

WAT ?

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We left 50pt on the table, but seriously no one was bad, occasional errors by a very disciplined and well drilled team. ANB and lesser lights did many good things.

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2 minutes ago, Deesprate said:

Always good to win but we so need Brown or Weed back. TMac not suited by conditions but he just won’t cut it. Also Jetta big question marks

nev was gone a year ago, we need to be getting games into his replacement

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1 minute ago, Alex Flood said:

We’re coming off 2 terrible seasons & we win our first 3 games by double digits each time & you’ve got people on this forum complaining lol

First time we win our first three since 2005 and people want to winger. Should have won by 100 blah, blah, blah

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3 minutes ago, Cards13 said:

It was tough but a win.

Maxi after the game hahaha “ekelon” instead of echelon. “We’re in the top ekelon...”

Agreed. But the way I see it, a tough game that results in a 34 point win is fairly impressive whichever way you look at it.

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You take an interstate win any day of the week, regardless of the oppos injuries.

After Nev retires im also going to be happy to have Kossie as my new fave Dee.

Thats a replay i can watch.

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Going ok 

I think we're getting a picture that our opponents from the first 3 may not be finals contenders. But 3-0 = happy days.  We are in the picture and yet to hit our strides. A key fwd or 2 back in the line up and keep playing how we are and lookout. This year could go places

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Just now, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

Wins are wins. Tough Oppo coming up now though

Yep. We have hit some teams at good times. 

Brayshaw, Viney, Oliver and Kossie all with problematic preseasons. We have been able to get them through the first few games and get a bit of fitness into them. Will be a real test next week.

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I think we are much better this year. The balance of players is better at the foot of the ball. We’ve got some X factor in Kozzie and Trac, some in and under with Oliver and Viney, some outside pace with Hunt and Langdon, and Salem behind the ball with impeccable foot skills. It doesn’t have to be 100% manic anymore. It feels much more composed and controlled.

I also think our back line has given us the confidence to maintain our shape around the ball more, even if we lose a few contests in a row. There’s more trust.

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15 minutes ago, BAMF said:

Wow. You are a sad individual.

Sad?....more like realistic. Have you been following this team for long? After what transpired tonight the players would of been better off not singing the song and discussed what could of quite easily been a loss. We got lucky with so many injuries to the Giants, still some repetitive areas of concern for us at the moment. It’s a long season, they’ll be plenty of other opportunities to sing the song. As I said, many won’t agree.

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