The Daily Telegraph sports editor Phil Rothfield has named his Dally M team of the year with just a handful of weeks remaining in the season.
Second rower Isaiah Papali'i may be the most controversial decision, although there can be no doubting just how good he has been for the Eels this year, playing every game for Brad Arthur's side.
He has 153 metres per game, has tackled at almost 94% efficiency, as well as adding a staggering 93 tackle busts, 29 offloads, and over a kilometre of post-contact metres on his way to seven tries.
Elsewhere, the fullback race will be no doubt hotly-contested come time for the Dally M awards, with so much talent in the position around the competition.
Given his raw influence over the Sea Eagles though and the way they turned things around once he returned to the team from an early-season injury, maybe it's little surprise that Buzz has gone with Trbojevic.
The rest of the team seems to more or less pick itself, although the five-eighth race between Cody Walker and Jarome Luai is an intriguing one, with Buzz going the opposite way of the Blues selectors. His third contender, Adam Doueihi, is also an intriguing option given how poorly the Tigers have performed.
Phil Rothfield's Dally M Team of the Year
Fullback: Tom Trbojevic
Wingers: Josh Addo-Carr and Brian To'o
Centres: Joseph Manu and Matt Burton
Five-eighth: Cody Walker
Halfback: Nathan Cleary
Front row: James Fisher-Harris and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
Hooker: Brandon Smith
Second row: Isaiah Papali'i and David Fifita
Lock: Cameron Murray