yeah, you'll see consistency in the lines when you see consistency on the scoresheet.
Which is funny cause I think we saw Torts' impatience last year. The players would always say when they got a chance to stick together how much they liked that. But Torts seemed to be the "one/two bad games and I'm breaking things up" coach.
Now that might be a fault of the team struggling as a whole and needing every possible point.
One of those chicken or the egg type deals.
I'd like to try and find some continuity in training camp, which is always difficult, but then stick to some lines early in the year.
Tinkering is fine but to always do it just doesn't make any sense.