Having been at the ground yesterday, it was apparent that there's still a stark misunderstanding of structures, presuming we have them.I see a comparison of Teagues game style to the Tigers,not so much their run and gun handball style but about players playing their roles and having an even contribution across the board.
Too many kicks to disadvantage or 2 on 1's and we still haven't developed a working system of exiting the back half.
McKay had a good game overall, but also positioned himself incorrectly a few times, awaiting the easy kick when he should have been impacting the contest.
It's almost as though most players weren't at full intensity and it's an attitude we won't want to take into this game.
Losing clearances against the bottom team didn't help and that may have contributed somewhat for what looked to be a bit of aa lazy game.
* Just on the point of Teague and nothing to do with this game, but I found it interesting that he emphasised open training sessions some weeks back.
Seemed to be a slight swipe at Bolton and his want to exercise his right to have his sessions mostly closed.