Again, I don't know why I'm continuing with this, the bolded is just flat out wrong. Furlong probably should have been world player of the year last year, was the obvious Lion test starter the year before, has been one of Leinster's two best and most consistent forwards in the last two years when they came one game away from a double double... And you're saying that a guy who hasn't achieved anything as a starter for club or country is better, it's a hard sell. Sinckler having good hands, and playing 10 throughout school for whatever that's worth, still doesn't match Furlong, it's not uncommon to see Furlong throw a double skip pass to exploit an overlap, his tip on and pull back passes are pretty flawless and he has draw and pass skills that plenty of centres of would love to have. https://mobile.twitter.com/murray_kinsella/status/1051027258880782338 Sinckler is a good player, and you're probably right that he's more consistent than Furlong but that's mostly because those world class performances from Furlong are such outliers that they couldn't possibly be maintained every week. Now, I don't think there's much point continuing this, I probably rate Sinckler nearly as highly as you do, he'd comfortably be my 18 in a World XV. It's just that you have an outrageously low opinion of Furlong, saying Laulala or Tu'ungafisi (or the other NZ TH, none of them are very impressive) have arguments as the better player really undermined the argument from the start.