Brisbane Broncos winger Corey Oates took time out from Telstra Premiership finals preparations to chat with fans on @NRL Twitter.
Brisbane have suffered a scare heading into Friday night's elimination final against the Titans, with four of their stars failing to finish training on Tuesday.
It should come as no surprise that five Raiders, three Storm and two Cowboys headline NRL.com's Team of the Year for season 2016.
The Broncos are ready to take on the Titans at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night in an elimination final that has all the makings of a classic Queensland derby.
Vanquished Roosters coach Trent Robinson says the Broncos can win the premiership - but only if they improve on Thursday night's performance.
Brisbane winger Jordan Kahu says the Broncos' right-side attack is better than ever now that he and flyer James Roberts have established a strong partnership.
Brisbane coach Wayne Bennett says history is on his club's side even if they are to fail in their bid to make the NRL's top four.
Parker's farewell not exactly to plan, Broncos await their finals fate, bright spots in Roosters' horror season and the weird and wonderful from James Roberts.
Brisbane were forced to come from behind to head into the finals with a win in Corey Parker's final regular season game at Suncorp Stadium on Thursday night.
The Broncos and Roosters have both confirmed their final 17 ahead of their Round 26 NRL Telstra Premiership clash at Suncorp Stadium on Thursday night.