Album: Forward Pack Rankings

Hey guys. On this other Rugby League forum that I&#039;m in, a member had written a little article about who he thought had the best forwards. After reading it, and the opinions of other members on the forum, I wondered what the people here thought. So I asked him if I could post it here. Tell me what you think. Do you agree or disagree?<br /> <br /> With exactly 3 weeks until round one kicks off, I&#039;ve decided to run a comparison of different aspects of the teams in the lead up. This week I will look at the forward pack of each side, with halves and backs to follow. So I don&#039;t have to guess benches I will only be doing 8-13 run on sides, some may not be written as they&#039;ll run out in round one, or how they will ever look (with coach&#039;s tactics leaving certain players to come on for impact). Also I don&#039;t memorise each clubs jersey numbers, so if I&#039;ve got someone wearing a different number than try normally do then let&#039;s not argue semantics. Disregarding current injuries or suspension, I&#039;ve compiled what I believe to be each club&#039;s strongest forward pack and a small explanation. So without further ado...<br /> <br /> 1. Titans<br /> 8. Bailey<br /> 9. Srama<br /> 10. Myles<br /> 11. Taylor<br /> 12. Bird<br /> 13. Harrison<br /> Gotta be the best assembled pack in the game this year. Bailey is an old head but still ranks as one of the strongest Props in the game, should never have stopped getting picked for the Blues. Injuries are hampering him nowadays but when fit he&#039;s great to watch and a fierce competitor. Douglas had to miss out unfortunately, I rate his work ethic, but Myles was an easy choice for the other front row spot. A workhorse and one of the top forwards in the comp, he offers great impact and solid defence. <br /> Srama is an exciting dummy half, for a small fella he mixes it with the best if them, tackling all day long and offering plenty of spark around the ruck. <br /> The back row has it all: Taylor with his devastating runs, offloads and the odd effective kick, Bird with the ball skills and hole runner and Harrison as the workaho



Forward Pack Rankings

Updated Feb 24, 2013
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Hey guys. On this other Rugby League forum that I'm in, a member had written a little article about who he thought had the best forwards. After reading it, and the opinions of other members on the forum, I wondered what the people here thought. So I asked him if I could post it here. Tell me what you think. Do you agree or disagree?

With exactly 3 weeks until round one kicks off, I've decided to run a comparison of different aspects of the teams in the lead up. This week I will look at the forward pack of each side, with halves and backs to follow. So I don't have to guess benches I will only be doing 8-13 run on sides, some may not be written as they'll run out in round one, or how they will ever look (with coach's tactics leaving certain players to come on for impact). Also I don't memorise each clubs jersey numbers, so if I've got someone wearing a different number than try normally do then let's not argue semantics. Disregarding current injuries or suspension, I've compiled what I believe to be each club's strongest forward pack and a small explanation. So without further ado...

1. Titans
8. Bailey
9. Srama
10. Myles
11. Taylor
12. Bird
13. Harrison
Gotta be the best assembled pack in the game this year. Bailey is an old head but still ranks as one of the strongest Props in the game, should never have stopped getting picked for the Blues. Injuries are hampering him nowadays but when fit he's great to watch and a fierce competitor. Douglas had to miss out unfortunately, I rate his work ethic, but Myles was an easy choice for the other front row spot. A workhorse and one of the top forwards in the comp, he offers great impact and solid defence.
Srama is an exciting dummy half, for a small fella he mixes it with the best if them, tackling all day long and offering plenty of spark around the ruck.
The back row has it all: Taylor with his devastating runs, offloads and the odd effective kick, Bird with the ball skills and hole runner and Harrison as the workaho
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