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JBmurc

1st Grade Fringe
May 19, 2013
920
Central Otago
Not good having Blair over Satae IMHO unless he's about to play the best footy of his season ...just look at the stats ---TACKLE EFFICIENCY much the same but AVERAGE RUNNING METRES Satae 141m Vs 56m Blair ... Satae is a big boy more than 5kg heavier and taller younger by 7yrs

think the only reason one would see Blair over Satae is because he's paid like a super forward so in some miracle he might play like it >>>
 

Tragic

1st Grade Fringe
Apr 27, 2016
4,627
Kumeu
Not good having Blair over Satae IMHO unless he's about to play the best footy of his season ...just look at the stats ---TACKLE EFFICIENCY much the same but AVERAGE RUNNING METRES Satae 141m Vs 56m Blair ... Satae is a big boy more than 5kg heavier and taller younger by 7yrs

think the only reason one would see Blair over Satae is because he's paid like a super forward so in some miracle he might play like it >>>
That's interesting, I thought Blairs tackle efficiency would be much higher than Satae, he is pretty good in the wrestle. Maybe it just looks better in the game because he tends to keep wrestling on the ground Melbourne style.
I wonder how they measure efficiency.
 
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FuNQie

1st Grade Fringe
Nov 30, 2018
473
That's interesting, I thought Blairs tackle efficiency would be much higher than Satae, he is pretty good in the wrestle. Maybe it just looks better in the game because he tends to keep wrestling on the ground Melbourne style.
I wonder how they measure efficiency.
Successful tackles (those not missed) as a percentage of tackles attempted. I think.
 
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Gizzyfan

Warriors 1st Grader
Jan 2, 2013
5,515
Not too much of a surprise, last season Satae came on coincidentally often when Warriors were under pressure. He did well defensively and was probably gassed with the ball which may have clouded our judgement.
 

Tragic

1st Grade Fringe
Apr 27, 2016
4,627
Kumeu
Successful tackles (those not missed) as a percentage of tackles attempted. I think.
OK, thats not really what I was thinking, that sounds more like tackle success rate. I was more expecting them to be measuring length of time it takes the opposition to play the ball when you are involved or your effectiveness in the wrestle or something like that.
 

1995Warriorsfan

Player Agent
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Feb 22, 2016
1,488
Broncos team: 1. Darius Boyd 2. Corey Oates 3. Kotoni Staggs 4. Gehamat Shibasaki 5. Jamayne Isaako 6. Anthony Milford 7. Tom Dearden 8. Matthew Lodge 9. Jake Turpin 10. Payne Haas 11. Alex Glenn 12. Matt Gillett 13. Tevita Pangai Interchange: 14. James Segeyaro 15. David Fifita 18. Pat Carrigan 17. Joe Ofahengaue Reserves: 19. James Roberts 20. Izaia Perese 21. Sean O’Sullivan
Players cut: 16. Thomas Flegler

Late mail: Thomas Fleger (back) is out injured and Patrick Carrigan comes in. Brisbane centre James Roberts has been named on the extended bench again, but after the Broncos’ last start win against the Roosters, it’s highly unlikely coach Anthony Seibold will change a winning team.
 
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Worried2Death

1st Grade Fringe
Mar 6, 2016
3,521
Broncs backline looks terrible up against ours, throw it wide as quickly as possible all night and defend like it's 1995 except better this time, defend like true Warriors for once and you can rewrite history boys, there's a New Stacey Jones in town and this time he's not gonna take it any more.

I've got a feeling we're going to be partying like it's 1999 again on Saturday. That was the year I had my first heart attack watching Cliff Beverley running for his life from Gordon Tallis like Daniel in the lions den. Cliff told me Phil Gould tried to sign him for the Beverley Hillbillies but he didn't like the sound of a career in movies with Gus.
 
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Miket12

Warriors 1st Grader
Apr 20, 2012
10,580
From nrl.com;

Warriors v Broncos, Saturday 7.30pm (5.30pm AEST) at Mt Smart Stadium
Warriors: Ken Maumalo and Lachlan Burr were given Tuesday off training due to general soreness but both are expected to be good to go by Saturday. Bunty Afoa replaces the suspended Agnatius Paasi in the starting side with Adam Blair moving onto the bench. There are no injury concerns for Stephen Kearney's men. The Warriors have won three of their past four games against the Broncos.

Broncos: Prop Patrick Carrigan replaces Thomas Flegler (back issue) on the Brisbane bench. NSW centre James Roberts will get game time, in Intrust Super Cup, before Brad Fittler names his Origin side on Sunday. Broncos winger Corey Oates has scored 17 tries in his past 14 games.
 

Horriors2013

1st Grade Fringe
May 24, 2013
2,121
If Blair plays, and we lose. I will start calling for SK to be sacked. The guy has been a disaster of a signing and this is a disgraceful selection.

He admits himself he has been out of form but WTF has he done about it in ISP? He just does not deserve to be there. It makes a mockery of SK's selection process and sends the wrong message to the young guys, who he is supposed to be motivating.

I really hope I am wrong, that he has a blinder, and we win.
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BTW, can some trainspotter remind me the last time Blair had a blinder? How did he go against St George last year.

A good team doesn't need players to have a blinder to win. It needs each player to make their tackles. Blair not only has good tackle efficiency, he tackles players to the ground and wins it. He pisses me off with the penalties. But you have to wonder why he does it consistently. It's intentional.

It's because our errors cause us to backpedal too much. The local progeny don't know what to do in that situation, so he commits the professional foul himself. Tohu Harris does it also. Other teams do it all the time but they share the fouls. And tbh they don't get penalty hurricaned as much as we do.

Our team only has a few people who know how to save us in that situation.

However, his lack of meters makes us vulnerable because we don't have enough 100m+ forwards. If Satae was able to consistently eat meters and make his tackles, and Paasi and Afoa too, Blair's offloading skills would be more effective and his metres not such a problem
 

Dunedin warrior

1st Grade Fringe
Nov 10, 2014
1,143
A good team doesn't need players to have a blinder to win. It needs each player to make their tackles. Blair not only has good tackle efficiency, he tackles players to the ground and wins it. He pisses me off with the penalties. But you have to wonder why he does it consistently. It's intentional.

It's because our errors cause us to backpedal too much. The local progeny don't know what to do in that situation, so he commits the professional foul himself. Tohu Harris does it also. Other teams do it all the time but they share the fouls. And tbh they don't get penalty hurricaned as much as we do.

Our team only has a few people who know how to save us in that situation.

However, his lack of meters makes us vulnerable because we don't have enough 100m+ forwards. If Satae was able to consistently eat meters and make his tackles, and Paasi and Afoa too, Blair's offloading skills would be more effective and his metres not such a problem

All good points, I like Blair in this game against a talented but inexperienced pack and a rookie half.

His niggle and playing to the edge of the laws will come in handy against a team that could be easily rattled.
 

bruce

Warriors 1st Grader
Contributor
Sep 1, 2015
20,012
A good team doesn't need players to have a blinder to win. It needs each player to make their tackles. Blair not only has good tackle efficiency, he tackles players to the ground and wins it. He pisses me off with the penalties. But you have to wonder why he does it consistently. It's intentional.

It's because our errors cause us to backpedal too much. The local progeny don't know what to do in that situation, so he commits the professional foul himself. Tohu Harris does it also. Other teams do it all the time but they share the fouls. And tbh they don't get penalty hurricaned as much as we do.

Our team only has a few people who know how to save us in that situation.

However, his lack of meters makes us vulnerable because we don't have enough 100m+ forwards. If Satae was able to consistently eat meters and make his tackles, and Paasi and Afoa too, Blair's offloading skills would be more effective and his metres not such a problem
Mate he had the same problems at the Tigers, it isn't a Warriors thing
 

wrighty

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His niggle and playing to the edge of the laws will come in handy against a team that could be easily rattled.
Unlike this post. Niggle and playing to the edge of the law just result in penalties. Would rather he simplified his game and just became a tackle bot.
 
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