An energetic Titans side put a wasteful Eels outfit to the sword on Saturday. Here are five talking points from the surprise result.
A hat-trick from Titans flyer James Roberts allowed Gold Coast to upset a scrappy Eels outfit 38-16 in front of 11,136 disappointed fans at Pirtek Stadium.
After being stung by the Tigers, Parramatta are out to bounce back against a Gold Coast side desperately needing to kick-start its 2015 campaign.
Titans coach Neil Henry has asked departing five-eighth Aidan Sezer to take more ownership of the side's attack despite confirmation he will join the Raiders.
Canberra have confirmed they'll sign Aidan Sezer on a three-year deal when the Gold Coast five-eighth's current NRL contract expires.
The Titans will seek to break a worrying point-scoring drought early in games in order to keep a jam-packed Eels crowd subdued this weekend.
Back-rower Ryan Simpkins is determined not to let his new-found utility value detract from his ultimate goal of forcing his way into the Titans starting team.
Broncos' defensive wall continues to hold firm, Anthony Milford shows his confidence and Titans back-rower Ryan James is being discussed as an Origin bolter.
Anthony Milford ignited life into his career at the Broncos, scoring two tries in his side's victory over the Gold Coast Titans.
Titans fullback Josh Hoffman says he will save any response to sledging from former Broncos teammates until the two teams meet on Friday night.