The Easter Monday clash was set to be a hard-fought battle between two traditional rivals, but the match quickly turned into a non-contest with the Roosters running away emphatic victors.
First year coach Trent Robinson was thrilled with his side's ability to convert half chances into points throughout the entire 80 minutes.
"Our attack was a little more fluid tonight".
"We worked on some combos and a couple of those things came off tonight".
While the coach was delighted to chalk up nine tries, it was the defensive display that had him most excited.
"Last week's zero scoreline was really impressive, but you just don't know how you're going to back up".
"We were good, but we took some shortcuts. There's always room for improvement".
Sonny Bill Williams was once again the main topic of conversation, and Robinson believes that his time in rugby union has helped the team greatly.
"We've all fallen into a style of play with the left and right...him going to union, he's played a lot on both sides of the field and hopefully it rubs off on the rest of the team".
And while Williams has attracted most of the media spotlight, Robinson was keen to deflect a lot of praise to his other star recruits.
"We've asked them to stick to some principles. We knew they would value those principles and they have stuck to what our team values. It has been a real selfless approach from them".
Although a lot of Origin talk has centred on Mitchell Pearce, captain Anthony Minichiello was quick to sing the praises of new teammate James Maloney.
"He'll handle it. He's a great talker on the field. And under pressure, you need a great communicator".
The Roosters sit in sixth position on the ladder, and are only outside the top four on points differential. They will be keen to extend their winning streak to four when they travel to Canberra on Sunday evening.
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