The balloon filled with the Warriors' hopes in the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership has a hole in it and something drastic needs to be done.
A determined Sharks outfit have come from behind to beat the Warriors at Mt Smart Stadium and cement their position in the top eight.
Warriors coach Andrew McFadden is hoping a shake-up of his side will help them escape the form slump which threatens to derail their finals hopes.
Two teams racing for top-eight spots meet in Auckland. The Warriors hold home-ground advantage - but can they win without Shaun Johnson?
Tuimoala Lolohea will start at halfback for the Warriors against Cronulla with Shaun Johnson and Bodene Thompson both out injured ahead of Saturday's clash.
An experienced dummy-half gets one over his younger counterpart, a star playmaker's untimely injury, Melbourne's Kiwi connection, and the Broncos roll on.
Warriors halfback Shaun Johnson faces a recovery period of four to five months after breaking his ankle in the Round 20 Telstra Premiership clash with Manly.
Some people at the Warriors v Sea Eagles game labelled it as one of the worst things to happen in the New Zealand club's history.
The Sea Eagles disposed of the Warriors in the face of a heavy injury toll on Saturday night. Here are five key points from the contest at Mount Smart Stadium.
Shaun Johnson suffered a season-ending ankle injury as the Sea Eagles kept their faint finals hopes alive with a a 32-12 victory over the Warriors in Auckland.