NRL Fantasy coaches already have an eye on the future as they plan their Round 11 trades; here are my answers to a few of this week's big questions.
Former Maroons and Kangaroos legend Brent Tate believes the game's brightest young talent should be incorporated into the state leagues rather than under-20s.
Justin Hodges recently achieved something in rugby league he never had before: coaching a team to a win.
Ahead of the naming of Kevin Walters' first Queensland team next week, we in the NRL.com offices have come up with the Maroons side we would pick for Origin I.
After returning form injury at fullback, Alex Johnston has expressed his desire to remain at the back for the remainder of the season.
Wests Tigers recruit Matt Ballin claims it's natural to want to grab the club's No.9 jersey but insists he's happy fitting in wherever coach Jason Taylor wants.
Manly back-rower Jamie Buhrer says his close mate Daly Cherry-Evans has improved steadily this season since taking over as lead playmaker for the Sea Eagles.
He was able to contain Blake Ferguson, but Titans centre Josh Hoffman will have his hands full with prolific Panthers pair Peta Hiku and Bryce Cartwright.
Warriors lock Simon Mannering claims a mouth injury sustained against the Storm hasn't stopped him from working on a few things in training in his time off.
Can you afford to pass up Canberra's right-side trio? Is Semi Radradra ripe for the picking? Is Tohu Harris a good buy? This week's key NRL Fantasy numbers.