I keep hearing about how the Brisbane Broncos forwards aren't big enough, and that's true.
We don't have the presence and size of a Glenn Lazarus, Shane Webcke or a Petero Civoniceva, but that's not what was wrong with what the Broncos forwards dished up against the Dragons in round one.
Korbin Sims said it was an "un-Broncos-like" performance, and he was right.
They opened up. They were just poor, and it all comes down to attitude.
In 1992 and 1993 we had what people called 'the pop-gun pack' because our forwards weren't very big, but they dominated on the field.
We had little nuggets like Mark Hohn and Alan Cann. Trevor Gillmeister and Terry Matterson weren't big. Gavin Allen was tall, but he was a string bean. What they all shared in common was their attitude was second to none and they were all tough and proud.
On Fox Sports I watch old Broncos games and I am amazed by our forwards' work rate and their toughness.