This comment perfectly illustrates the flawed nature of all your analysis and is really just straw-clutching.
Wingers dont own the result of a game.
It's that simple.
Halves can only do so much. If the forwards don't lay the platform, they're limited for time and space. Add to that having three massive forwards targeting him in defense, and it's no wonder that Jones struggled, especially without defensive support.
Like it or not, the team was sub par across the board.
The irony is that NU didn't blame Kemp for the loss - he was simply saying that Jones isn't the lone cause of the loss.
Yeah.. I've given up arguing with NU.. No matter what happens he will always see what he wants to see.. and thats Kemp being the "worst winger in the NRL",. I bag the sh*t out of Jones, but so does 90% of these forums now. And for the better part I think it's justified. However, if he turns around next weekend and has a blinder, i'll be the first to say he played well. Having said that, the chances of that happening are about as likely as NU making a post that I even slightly agree with.
As do you, and as do I. We just choose to take facts and put them into our own context.
what does nu expect from kemp.we dont pass the ball to him in try scoring situations,up until the cowboys game we never kicked to his wing,whats kemp meant to do,he does his work in scooting out of dummy to help forwards
weird how guys hate players for no reason.swap kemp with weinterstein and kemp would have 10-12 tries
Yep, it sure is weird...except that NU didn't do that. He stated his reasons very clearly.
Then read the post that says Ah Van left Kemp exposed on a number of occasions, probably all of the occasions he's talking about. As DK said, NU sees what he wants to see.
You and I do the same, TD.