There were plenty of regular season wins to enjoy in 2019, but we want to know which one you think was the best.
What is your idea of a brilliant Tricolours performance?
Do you want to see your team dominate the opposition, or would you prefer they fight their way through a tight contest?
We've selected a diverse range of victories from the 2019 NRL Telstra Premiership season for you to choose from!
ROUND 3: Roosters hang tough for a win over the Eels
The Roosters took to the turf against the Parramatta Eels in Round 3 for a contest against the undefeated Parramatta Eels.
A neck-and-neck contest took place, and the Tricolours would eventually come from behind to claim victory thanks to late heroics from Siosiua Taukeiaho and Victor Radley.
ROUND 4: SCG dominance begins against Broncos
The Roosters began their dominant streak at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Round 4 with a clinical victory over the Brisbane Broncos.
It was a try-athlon on a Thursday night, and it finished with the four-pointer that went on to win the Steggles Try of the year
ROUND 6: Golden Point perfection
At a hostile AAMI Park in Round 6, the Roosters were locked in for their biggest challenge of the season so far against the undefeated Melbourne Storm.
The Roosters were off to a hot start in the first half and were looking unstoppable, until the Storm tilted the momentum in their favor to lock things up in the second.
In the end, it took one perfect set of six in Golden Point for the Roosters to escape with a thrilling victory.
ROUND 7: Anzac Day thriller
In a match that saw Siosiua Taukeiaho claim the best performance of the year AND the MusclePharm Moment Of The Year, the 2019 Anzac Day clash had it all.
Not only was it a neck-and-neck contest, but it saw some scintillating football from both sides and some of the biggest hits of the year.
It was Taukeiaho that sealed the victory in the end to claim a memorable win for the Tricolours.
ROUND 9: Magic Round magic
The Roosters had close to their best first half of the regular season when they took to the turf of Suncorp Stadium for the inaugural Magic Round against the Canberra Raiders.
James Tedesco was outstanding in a match that saw some flashy Tricolours play, but also saw a lot of players come from the field with injury.
Daniel Tupou, Captain Boyd Cordner and Latrell Mitchell were all taken from the field throughout the match, but it didn't stop the Roosters from coming away with a gutsy win.
ROUND 18: Second half brilliance sinks Knights
In one of the more dominant displays from the Roosters at the Sydney Cricket Ground, it was the second half that saw the most dynamic play.
It looked as if it was going to be an arm wrestle after the opening stanza, but seven second half tries ensured that wasn't the case.
The opening try of the match was one of the best long range efforts of the season.
ROUND 20: 80 ruthless minutes
For 80 ruthless minutes at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Round 20, the Roosters poured on try after try against the Gold Coast Titans.
Brett Morris reached his 150 try milestone and then some with a first half hat-trick and the rest of the squad contributed for a big Sunday afternoon effort.
ROUND 21: A top four blockbuster
In one of the most highly anticipated regular season games of 2019, the Roosters were on the road against the red hot Raiders for what would end up being the Grand Final match-up.
They traded blows in the first half, with consistent momentum swings, brilliant tries and some gutsy defensive efforts.
The tackle of the year came in the closing minutes of the match when Joseph Manu took Raiders captain Jarrod Croker into touch and stopped a certain try.
From the selections below, which was the Tricolours most outstanding win of the year?