The new-look Parramatta Eels will be a tough side to come up against in 2015, according to off-contract halfback Chris Sandow.
Jarryd Hayne is gone but a much improved squad gets the chance to prove they're no one-man team, with Anthony Watmough and Will Hopoate the key men.
He's still new to rugby league but already a try-scoring machine on the wing for Parramatta, so just how good can Semi Radradra get?
His three-year deal with the Wests Tigers may have fallen through, but Brad Takairangi is looking at the positives after his move to Parramatta.
It was the home of his childhood heroes and he's already won there once, but Eels prop Junior Paulo can't wait to get back and take on the Broncos again.
Parramatta weren't afraid to unleash human cannonball Fuifui Moimoi at last year's Auckland Nines, and now prop Junior Paulo wants to do the same.
Age might not be on his side but Anthony Watmough's hard-earned experience is already paying dividends for his new club Parramatta.
The big winner from Jarryd Hayne's exit to the United States could be new Eels recruit Beau Champion, who is set to reignite his career in the centres.
The Parramatta Eels have taken to social media to reveal their special Auckland Nines jersey, one piece at a time.
NRL.com talks to Chris Sandow about Jarryd Hayne's exit, his lucrative Eels deal, why he'll improve this year and why he'll follow Brad Arthur anywhere.