With five straight wins for the South Sydney Rabbitohs and four of our players involved in State of Origin, there was plenty of talk around the might Red and Green this week.
Heading up to Queensland for Round 14 the Rabbitohs are looking to make it six straight wins against a Gold Coast Titans side refreshed after the bye week and hungry to get their season on the right path.
Missing representative players last week the Rabbitohs showed no signs of slowing up as they made it five wins on the trot against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks.
With the four players available for tonight's clash at CBus Super Stadium star prop Sam Burgess said that although he would love the luxury of having them back in the team, there was no pressure on them returning early.
After scoring a spectacular try last weekend, soaring winger Campbell Graham is focused once again on getting the little things right as he continues to grow as a player.
Young utility Adam Doueihi will once again find himself in a different position this week as he gets set to replace Club captain Greg Inglis in the centres.
While Doueihi feels more comfortable in the halves, the versatile star is happy to be involved in more first-grade footy.
Club captain Greg Inglis was given another captaincy honour when handed the armband for the Queensland Maroons.
Obviously following in the footsteps of other great players who lead the Maroons into battle drew plenty of comparisons but the Rabbitohs leader firmly believes in himself and his ability to make a difference both on and off the field for his team.
Following NSW Game one win on Wednesday, Rabbitohs speeders Damien Cook couldn't keep the smile off his face as he played a pivotal roll in helping the Blues take the ascendancy in the 2018 State of Origin series.
Finally, Rabbitohs Head Coach Anthony Seibold addressed media before his flight to the Gold Coast and once again stressed the importance of his side keeping 100 per cent focus on the task at hand and making sure to fall to any complacency.