Sky Sports' Phil Clarke has looked at the stats and found that quick turnarounds between games do not impact results.
Sky Sports' Phil Clarke says Super League teams could benefit from taking on coaches that haven't played professionally.
Phil Clarke's top five tries from round 19 of Super League include efforts from Jodie Broughton, Jake Webster and Josh Mantellato.
Every week Phil Clarke has to sift through around 50 tries for his top five of the round, but what makes the perfect try?
The 'marquee player rule' has made it even tougher for young players to make the breakthrough in Super League, says Phil Clarke.
Phil Clarke says Brian Smith hasn't forgotten how to be a good teacher despite being out the game for some time.
Phil Clarke looks at the importance of Magic Weekend as we get set for the rugby league extravaganza to hit Newcastle.
The signing of Micky Higham is smart business by Leigh but it has been handled poorly, says Phil Clarke.
Phil Clarke looks back at six of the greatest tries that have been scored in a Challenge Cup final.
Phil Clarke pays tribute to the strength and togetherness of rugby league following the tragic death of Danny Jones.
Instead of bringing coaches out of retirement, Salford should give their academy players a chance, says Phil Clarke.
Sky Sports' Phil Clarke takes a look at the stats and asks how heavily each team relies on their goal kicker.
Sky Sports' Phil Clarke ponders whether Wakefield Wildcats can defy the odds again and retain their Super League status.
Like it or not, attacking kicks have become the most important skill in rugby league, says Phil Clarke.
Sam Tomkins could end up at Warrington or Leeds rather than Wigan when he returns to Super League, says Phil Clarke.
Sky Sports' Phil Clarke gives his thoughts on what Jamie Peacock will be up to as Hull KR's Football Manager.
Phil Clarke says that the foundations that Super League teams lay now will hold them in good stead for the future.
Rugby is tackling the risks of concussion but ultimately it still comes down to the player, says Phil Clarke.
Phil Clarke says that rugby league is in danger of spiralling into chaos if it is not played by the rules.
In an age when taking risks is on the decline, Phil Clarke was delighted to see Rangi Chase try something different.