Australia's NRL reporter Andrew Voss, is the newest one to drag the Warriors after another serious performance against the Sea Eagles.
After the success of the season's opening, the Warriors have been worn down to two direct defenses, now ruled out by the Titans 34-6, and then 46-12. colliding with Sea Eagles.
For Voss, who is a league reporter for Fox Sports Australia, the lack of effort by the Warriors against the sea eagles was increasingly causing concern.
"[There’s a difference] between performance and effort. You can perform poor performance but your coach and supporters can recognize an effort, "said Voss Sport Radio Sport.
"The problem with the Warriors is against Manly the lack of attempts being made. I mean it was throwing in the white white substance, which is so sad and you can leave."
"And Stephen Kearney, he was very much involved in the effort. He almost feels true to the square, the start of the season in the game against the Titans, the same team who don't t this year you have to join the efforts. "
Voss is not Voss on the Warriors attempt, starring Stephen Kearney ahead of his criticism of Christchurch on Saturday.
"There is a lack of resilience now," Kearney said after the game. "This is worrying. 46 points tonight, 34 last week. That's not good enough in the NRL."
Despite the fact that two losses are not at risk for survival, Voss says that the Warriors boys are deeper than other teams who have started their troubles like last year's Melbourne Storm. T lost three of their five games that were reached. NRL final visit.
"[Storm coach] Craig Bellamy had to deal with the shortcomings of defenses like the Warriors have shown in the last few weeks of his life, "Voss said.
The weight goes up but the pace is much faster and it is much easier to attack you when you are just six and ten and 12 points down, but… firstly opposing the Tigers, everything just bothering in the second half so the Warriors member was just running, and against Manly it was completely out of control, b & # 39; the lorry was a road accident.
"Manley did just to try as they were – meters running, sweeping, playing fast on the game. The Warriors were hit in every place they put so much weight on." the attack. "
There is, however, one thing that Warriors fans can look forward to every week and that is the inspirational captain and the ruler of Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, the winner of Dally M Medal,. Voss is again the best NRL player in the year if he is still playing as he does.
"The Tuivasa-Sheck exhibition is still amazing. To the extent where it plays in that role – though the Warriors were losing all of their games, he defended his Dally M medal that is so good he had performed in the case of Roger.
"While Roger Tuivasa-Sheck is out there, there is something to see because he's going well."
The Warriors are facing the Titans at home on Friday as it is quickly getting a harsh game.