- Mar 23, 2016
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in and out of the team, doesn’t train with the jets, no cohesion with the players around him, coming off the bench in first grade not playing your natural position.I wize man once said that it shouldn't matter who you play with...
And he was inconsistent when he played for the Jets or Sharks for whatever reasons you care to attribute. He did well sometimes and not well other times... in the same game. It's all in the threads, match reports and stats mate, I don't think anyone disagrees.
He had five 80 minute games for the Jets and ran for less than 40 metres in three of them, his goal kicking was 68% and missed 4-5 tackles regularly while barely cracking double digits made (I think had had all organs intact for 4 of those games).
Feel free to be glass half full about him, it's good to hear opinions, but he's not made a compelling case to crack the starting side for the Sharks.
All those things stunt your development, look at Teig, what trindall went through this year was ten times more messy ;
you can pull those same stats you ripped out about Moylan this year, it doesn’t mean anything. What matters is if they are improving and adding value by being in the same squad and same position all year, Moylan ain’t going to bring much more then what you’ve seen from him in the finals series… it would be silly to let Trindall go imo, especially for Moylan