North Queensland coach Todd Payten says his instructing workers prefer to be held as to blame as the gamers after their disappointing loss to St George Illawarra.
Payten was once left scratching his head after the Cowboys bungled their formulation to a second straight defeat in 2021 on Saturday, gifting the Dragons easy points off common errors.
As frustrations mount in north Queensland he says everyone must put their hand up and develop better.
“We dangle bought to consume responsibility across the board. As coaches, we prefer to consume responsibility, and as a entire membership, right here is where we’re at.,” Payten mentioned.
“The common errors after we dangle the working of play is really detrimental to our headspace and winning games.
“We correct lack that punch, we weren’t easy, and I don’t contemplate we’re all on the same page.”
The Cowboys totalled 13 errors on the evening, only 5 not as a lot as their opening spherical thumping in Penrith.
Payten’s facet are additionally but to score off a location-section play, relying on two tries off kicks and a darting plod by Jake Granville in opposition to the Dragons, all the whereas being scoreless in opposition to Penrith.
Then once more, it is a long way not really all doom and gloom for the Cowboys, as Valentine Holmes was once strong from the relief and scored a tremendous particular person strive off his like grubber kick.
Payten was once additionally happy along with his ahead pack who made correct metres in the second half when they retained the ball.
Nonetheless in the waste it was once the self-inflicted injury on Saturday evening that stemmed from another sad error rely that is elevating just a few questions.
The membership will additionally be sweating on Kyle Feldt and his date with the NRL judiciary, after he was once placed on file for a foul throw on Jack Fowl.