Mitchell Moses – The Worst Half In The NRL Backed By Stats

Mitchell Moses - The Worst Half In The NRL Backed By Stats

Mitchell Moses – The Worst Half In the NRL Backed By Stats.

Mitchell Moses – The worst half in the NRL backed by stats and the Eels new worst nightmare. Not many players are so bad we write an article about them, but Moses is one of them, not quite as bad as Jack “Error Making Machine” Wighton but he’s up there.

We’ll look at the statistics and you’ll see why.  Not only is he the worst half in the game he’s also a cry baby. It’s too bad for the Eels supporters that they have to now have this sook at their club.

The stats;

Missed tackles: 49  missed tackles over the first 10 games. He’ll have way over 100 missed tackles for the entire season. This guy gets paid to play footy? He’s got the second most missed tackles in the whole NRL. Right behind Maloney. Just last week in round 10 against the Rooster he missed NINE tackles! NINE FUCKING TACKLES!

Try Assists: 1 try assist. He has 1 try assist in his first 10 games of the NRL. What exactly is he doing? Halves are the one’s who set tries up. Essentially that’s part of his job, and he’s failing. Badly. If he’s not setting up tries why is he even in the halves?

Errors: 10 errors. It’s only been 10 games of footy and he’s already made 10 errors? Fair enough if he’s a big pie eating numpty prop, but he’s not. He’s in a position that requires the most skill in the game.

Goal Kicking Percentage: 69.64%. This bloke is one of the worst goal kickers in the comp and maybe the history of the game. Compare that to Adam Reynolds who kicks at 92.59%.

Line Break Assists: 2. Two line break assists, what exactly is he doing on the field? He’s not kicking goals, he’s not setting tries up. Oh, he’s missing tackles, missing goals and making errors.

Is it a coincidence that West Tigers are at the bottom of the ladder and the worst half in the game plays for the them?

If you’re a Eels supporter you should be hoping that he gets cut from the squad and Gutherson and Norman stay in the halves with Bevan French at fullback. Moses in his best game would make a few errors warming the bench.

The best thing that’s happened to the West Tigers is Mitchell Moses leaving. They may have a chance of avoiding the wooden spoon now.

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