The Roosters have pulled off one of the gutsiest wins of 2015, clinching a thrilling 12-10 finish against the Broncos despite losing three players to injury.
The Roosters have suffered a double injury blow with Jared Waerea-Hargreaves ruled out for the season and Mitchell Pearce also injured on Saturday night.
Valentine Holmes grabs the spotlight, Martin Taupau comes back with a bang and the lessons from the Tigers from their 40-18 drubbing at the hands of Cronulla.
The Cowboys conceded the first 16 points but scored the next 50 in a thrashing of the Warriors on Saturday night - but may have lost two stars in the process.
Wests Tigers host the Warriors next weekend as they look to avoid the NRL wooden spoon.
The Cronulla Sharks have continued their charge towards the NRL finals with a 40-18 win over the Wests Tigers at Remondis Stadium on Saturday.
Warrington have lost their third match since Chris Sandow's arrival from the NRL - a marketing fail being the catalyst for the latest thrashing by Wigan.
It was a change out of necessity but John Asiata's elevation to the starting 13 in place of Gavin Cooper may be the ticket to a faster start for the Cowboys.
Canterbury NSW Cup hooker Damien Cook has been waiting since Round 17 last year to get his fifth NRL Telstra Premiership cap, and made the most of it.
Latrell Mitchell might not play against Brisbane after being named in the Roosters NRL squad for round 24, but his time will come says coach Trent Robinson.