The scab from the Anzac Day demolition hasn’t fully formed yet, but Will and Fonzie are peeling it back anyway to break down what went wrong – and the findings are surprisingly positive. Plus Will takes a look at records and the Warriors’ biggest one-week turnarounds, Fonzie unveils his Brownie game-plan theory with expertise that is half-Cronk, half-savant, and they touch on Ed Kosi, SJ, Daejarn Asi, backline changes ahead of a crunch game with equally desperate Canberra, and Skyhooks.
A theory: Brownie has a philosophy that speed + ball/decoy movement that stretches the D laterally and commits multiple players to active D has replaced larger guys/direct rucks/post contact wrestle as the source of fatigue, so adopted a smaller side with more complex game. 1/x
— Fonzie (@fonzieswarriors) April 26, 2022
A bit of catharsis after the heaviest defeat in the Warriors' history. #ThisWarriorsLife #NRLStormWarriorshttps://t.co/8COhHxYzrE
— This Warriors Life (@thiswarriorslyf) April 25, 2022
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