My two cents -
What's to work on:
I felt the decision making / gameplan (not sure which of the two it was) yesterday had a lot of room for improvement. Absolutely ******* fantastic work from the team and the coaches in many, many respects this year, of that there is no doubt. But I feel, yesterday, we, to a degree, got out of jail against an average side by virtue of the fact that we have many skilled (and super-conditioned) footballers coming into their prime. Let's make a slight course correction and make sure we don't get away from some of the fantastic decision-making/gameplan stuff from earlier in the year re: lowering the eyes when heading into 50 and what not, and not head back towards something like Round 1 2012, against Brisbane, where we just continued to bomb it in to no avail or do blind kicks into space (when there are better options) to get out of trouble. Just because we now have a couple of experienced talls around the ground (and inside forward 50) who can get us out of trouble when need be doesn't mean we should continue to entertain that rush of blood to the head, and I would hope the team is led well enough that nabbing the four points doesn't just reinforce the behaviour. A premiership is the goal and I feel that, if we don't have Lever and May yesterday, we lose by 20 points to a middle-of-the-road team.
So, let's nip the bad habits in the bud, and go onwards and upwards.