Hanners is top shelf elite. See what a half baked version did against us a few weeks ago. He has such a fast footy brain, picks good options and is a good user.Would take Hanners over Conca given the trade price, it’s the coin Hanners is on that’s the issue. He is a gun when fit though.
Hanners has such clean hands, it's where we have missed Neale the most. No fumbles, no second touches, if the ball is near him he will grab it. We are desperate for someone like that just as much as an elite ball user.Hanners is top shelf elite. See what a half baked version did against us a few weeks ago. He has such a fast footy brain, picks good options and is a good user.
In any case, if it even were an option, I would take Conca for the simple reason that I'm utterly sick of injury prone talent on our list. That is why I'm only ho hum on us locking SHill in for the next couple.
To quote the great Belichick , the best ability is availability - if we've not worked that out at this club given the last 4+ years, we never will.
So the Eagles (for example) either had more injuries or rotated more players through than us. Yet we are in a rebuild and had 10,000 injuries apparently. Hmm.Yes, a few of them were big wins given their history like Conca & Walters. Brayshaw & Tucker having 22 helps a lot also. The others are Hamling, Billy, Langdon & Mundy.
Is this supposed to be some kind of negative swerve for the sake of it?
That would be a dangerous comparison/conclusion to draw from that raw stat. That figure looks the same whether the player missed one game or 21 games.