Not only must I disagree vehemently with the idea that D'Arcy is currently better than Marshall, I was under the impression that the IC selection call was made while the management still thought Jackson was going to be starting at 10. So it wasn't about reuniting the Leinster triumvirate if that's true. International rugby is all about winning on crap hands. Injury and player pool liabilities hamstring everyone. Everybody is up against quality. Ireland did very poorly with the Australia game and I simply can't agree that it was solely due to Sexton's fitness. The defence was awful and the pack got done. Rushing to condemn him is wrong, but so is the tide of defensiveness. If he deserves it, Ireland will show better tomorrow, and we'll see something in the Six Nations.