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Matt Elliott looks at how Melbourne's attacking structure has evolved.

He's a veteran coach of 272 NRL games and Matthew Elliott is back on for season 2016 to dissect all the plays that matter in The Breakdown.

This week on The Breakdown, Elliott looks at the evolution of the Melbourne Storm attack and how they have improved as the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership season has gone on.

The attacking structure may not have changed, but the fluency and execution has lifted and is picking teams apart time and again.

Elliott highlights how the Storm like to work to a spot on the field just outside the posts to give their playmakers options on either side of the field.

As the season has gone on, the Storm's attack has evolved not only to punch towards their favourite spot, but also to allow offloads and second-phase play that allows them to test out defences all over the park.


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