NRL.com takes a look at 10 players who took their game to another lever in season 2014, including our very own State of Origin and International debutant Aidan Guerra.
The Roosters enforcer took his impressive form from 2013 to even greater heights this season.
After winning a premiership with the Tricolours last year, Guerra was able to back it up with 23 games with the Roosters, playing in all three Origins with Queensland (going from bolter to automatic starter in the process) and then making his Test debut last weekend.
Guerra punched out 55 tackle breaks as well as producing 30.7 tackles and 91.4 metres on average per game for the Roosters in 2014.
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