To come from such a jumbled first half and beat JTs Cowboys by 18 points just shows the Rabbitohs are smoking!


I have to admit something.


I was an Inglis sceptic when he was not donning the number one. I thought this fella should be opening them up with every touch. His defence was always solid but I wanted more.


Then from up above, the clouds opened, the sun shone through and our guardian angel Michael Maguire appeared. Hence the birth of the freshest Rabbitoh great.


How many times have you seen Inglis revive a game with a spectacular individual burst, break or fend?


This man is well and truly the greatest thing since sliced bread, and I am absolutely flabbergasted that I am lucky enough to have him wearing the Rabbit over his heart just as I do.


His ability to put his foot down and change the tide of a game is remarkable. He will be remembered for this many many years from now, along with his massive fend.


Yet, the greatest thing about this stunning individual player is that he works just as brilliantly in a team environment. He is not a hog, looks for support, and backs up his men.


The fact that we see tries all over the park proves this point. Goodwin, Champion, Slammin' Sam, Merritt, McQueen, Sutto...they are all hungry for the try, but just as satisfied when its a fellow Rabbitoh who scores it.


Our team is the most connected we have seen in a very long time and for them to go into the sheds beating the Cowboys feeling they could have done better is very satisfying. It is not just a joy to know that these men are striving for the number one spot, but the feeling I get in my stomach is indescribable because I just have not had the chance in my lifetime to feel it yet.


I remember the years where we were lucky to win a game against the other cellar dwellers, and when we did we carried on like wed made the finals, or won the premiership.


Those days are behind us and now we are carrying on like we may win the premiership, because, in my opinion, WE CAN.


With this belief we are now ON TOP of the table, the only team to have lost only one game so far this year, and isnt it sweet!


Nathan Merritt has become one of only four players ever to score ten tries in eight consecutive years.


Champion played his 100th NRL game from the team he loves most, in the colours he truly deserves to be in.


Asotasi has revitalised his game and reintroduced his mongrel up front to play his 200th match for us.


Goodwin has submitted his name as a powerhouse in the game showing Tate up, and where has the Issac Luke talk gone? We have SUCH a good team now even our Kiwi International has to yell to be heard, and his game has been nothing less than dazzling this season. He controls the first few tackles of every six, he fixes the speed, frustrates his opposition, never switches off and does his best to get Reynolds and Sutton in the best positions for the best outcomes from every set.


Talk about a talent overload. I cannot wait to see what they have against the Tigers.


Our history against the Tigers shows fantastic games. Field goals that can turn a crowd into a mosh pit of excitement.


Weve seen our rookies score hat tricks against them, our wingers pot the goal to seal the game and even some very memorable thrashings (that have gone for us, and against us).


I want another memorable game go our way. If we are going for the top prize, then we need to be relentless.


I feel as though the Rabbitoh Army is taking over, and our troops on field are coming away with the points.


Lets extend our lead on the table, and keep building to take season 2013 in style.


Friday nights are no longer the night of the Broncos. Now the Rabbitohs open the round with a bang.


Everyone is talking Red and Green and FINALLY its all good talk.


Keep marching on an up fellow Rabbitohs. Lets make this the season to remember. Glory Glory is here and here to stay.


Up the MIGHTY Rabbitohs!