The Titans use defence to spark their attack, Greg Bird gets comfortable being captain again and power-packed Eels a work in progress.
A controlled performance from Aidan Sezer and a late try from James Roberts was enough for the Titans to end their losing run against the Eels on Monday night.
The Titans know that scoring first against the Eels on Monday night is vital to restoring some long-lost confidence in their attack.
Parramatta half Luke Kelly is one of 14 State of Mind ambassadors appointed by the NRL to increase awareness around mental health.
Forget completion rates, time in possession, missed tackles or most penalties conceded late in tackle counts, the most important facet is confidence.
Just when you thought Jake Granville had shown us everything he just keeps punching through ceilings, and Parramatta ought to keep their heads held high.
A dominant second-half performance led by North Queensland hooker Jake Granville has helped the Cowboys to their biggest ever win over the Eels.
After spending time in the NSW Cup as a middle forward, Eels utility Joseph Paulo believes he's in a much better place now as he returns at five-eighth.
Parramatta halfback Luke Kelly says his only task is to keep things simple and play his own game when he officially takes over from Chris Sandow.
Chris Sandow's former Eels teammates are happy the halfback has sorted out his future, but are solely focused on upsetting the Cowboys on Monday night.