Many times it's not about the mistake, it's how you deal with it.
A look back at some more of the weekend's Six Nations points of note, including the continuation of a strange statistical streak
A look at the numbers from Ireland vs Wales, and ahead to Twickenham, for the Irish Examiner
A dance through the stats from last weekend's Six Nations rugby for the Irish Examiner
France need to score 52 points against Scotland to avoid being the lowest-scoring French team ever in the Six Nations. I look at some good and bad points for each team going into the final weekend.
On Sunday against Scotland Paddy Jackson will become Ireland's youngest test fly-half since Paul Dean in 1981. A look at Jackson's youth and the inexperience of his fellow debutante, Luke Marshall.
Only six tries over the weekend with some dour matches. But the English gameplan was worth admiring. Less so the lazy commentary about the French.
The opening weekend of the 2013 Six Nations was brim-full of points, tries and excitement. A big shock, a near-comeback, and the Scots kicking the ball. A lot. I have a quick skip through the numbers:
As the Six Nations rolls around once again, a look at some of the standout performers from the Autumn Internationals. Can they keep it up?