Strap yourself in as NRL.com takes a look back at the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership season; including our most viewed content on a round-by-round basis.
We analyse each NRL club's strengths and weaknesses in 2015, what ingredients they should be chasing next season and who they have recruited already for 2016.
According to key Parramatta figures, there are plenty of positive times ahead for the Eels in 2016 and beyond.
Two of the Eels best-performed players in 2015, try-scoring ace Semi Radradra and captain Tim Mannah, were each sparked by good old-fashioned coaching spray.
Eels acting CEO John Boulos says the club is doing everything possible to ensure they don't wind up starting 2016 on minus four competition points.
Tim Mannah took out two prized at Parramatta's end of season awards night, with fellow stars Corey Norman and Semi Radradra also recognised.
Rarely has a team seemed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory with such unerring regularity as Brad Arthur's Eels in 2015.
Parramatta cult hero and try-scoring freak Semi Radradra has reflected on a record-breaking day, after scoring two tries to beat Steve Ella's club record.
In their final game of the year, Parramatta blew a six-point lead with two minutes remaining to go down 28-24 in golden point.
Canberra finally win a close one, Parramatta's disappointing season ends in dramatic cicumstances, Josh Hodgson finishes the year in style.