Ok, as most of you would know I have been one of those who has defended Dylan Walker as a 5/8. Yes his running game can be good, and his kicking game is coming along, but seriously, he was given a lesson tonight by Anthony Milford. What we saw from Milford is what where supposed to be seeing from Walker. A running 5/8 doesn't just run or kick the ball, they also have to pass it. Walker's biggest problem as a #6 is that he has no passing game to speak of while his play making skills are a long way from being first grade standard for a 5/8. That lack of passing, other than turning the ball back inside, has basically starved our left edge of quality ball all season. Before his injury just about the only time Jorge saw the ball other than when fielding a kick was when he went infield looking for it and its been the same for Skivy. And his lack of play making skill is putting more and more pressure on DCE which is only made worse by Snake's absence. Seriously, for the good of the team I think its about time Barrett bit the bullet and swapped Killer and Walker. Again, as many of us have pointed out in these pages, Killer's experience would take a lot of pressure off DCE and it would lessen the reliance on Snake. Also, Killer has been shown up for speed a few times this season in the centres (tonight he was even turned inside out by Sam Thaiday for christ sake!!!) while Walker as a centre has good speed. Hell, he even got himself a Kangaroos test jumper in the position. Remember that 2 weeks ago against NQ we saw more play making from Killer at 5/8 in 20 minutes than we have seen from Walker since the start of the season. What I saw tonight from Walker really hit home to me that he really isn't going to be a first grade quality pivot and that centre is his best position (lets face it, even at Souffs they played John Sutton at 5/8 before thinking of Walker). It might be time that we actually start looking for a good, organising style of 5/8 (similar to what Foran was for us in his pre-sook days) for next year with a view to Walker taking Killer's centre spot on the right.