I'm just wondering if Andrew Johns this morning (31st July Wide World of Sports) was getting close to suggesting that we might need to move to two men in a tackle? Carrigan's tackle on Jackson Hastings (broken leg) last night was just another example of this dangerous technique that can cut careers short. Johns said that he believed crusher tackles have come into vogue in recent years because players often back into the defence to avoid the third man hitting him around the legs whilst unaware. Perhaps this is a radical solution you might hate the sound of, but it is idea which had been around for a few years in some quarters and might need further consideration from the NRL given it's increasingly tough stance on player safety. In many ways I'm a traditionalist, but apart from player welfare there are a few possible advantage in opening up the game a bit 1) avoiding the ugly wrestle that is wrecking the games attractiveness and 2) lessening the flood of boring and "lucky" tries coming from kicks every game. Who knows? Maybe we wouldn't need the "six again" rule if only two players were allowed in a tackle.