Scotland beat Argentina in the first test 24 - 16, with all the points coming from Dan Parks boot, and now face the chance to win the first away series in Scottish Rugby history. But I am not quite convinced. To maintain good results, you need tries. It is a fundimental part of the game, and a team cannot survive that long by just penalties and drop goals. Although Parks keeps the score board ticking over, I believe that sometimes makes the wrong decision. Usually his drop goals come from lots of phases in the forwards, but I think sometimes, he doesnt give enough time for a try to be scored before he gives up and goes for the drop goal. However, the Argentinian defence was very strong, and in the Six Nations, we did score some tries in good performances. And I would still prefer Scotland to win with penalties than lose with tries. Still all credit to Dan Parks for his performances, but just give a try a chance once in a while.