Chris Sandow gets swatted away by the Rabbitohs fullback.
Souths have had more success breaking through opposition defences than any other side, with an NRL-high 124 to date. Their threat is spread across the park with their most dangerous weapons including Inglis (19), Taylor (14), Dylan Farrell (12), Merritt (11), Everingham (10), and Sam Burgess, John Sutton, Chris McQueen and Reynolds (eight each).
A six-game winning streak from Round 17 sees them thrust high up the top eight. In Round 19 they get even with Roosters, scoring two tries in final two minutes to avenge similar-scenario loss in Round 1. Adam Reynolds scores the match-winner backing up Issac Luke.
Inglis saves a try with this crunching tackle on Hoffman.
The Rabbitohs fullback shows his skillful step.
Nathan Merritt may have initially felt down in the dumps about being overlooked for the No.1 jersey " but his disappointment would have been short-lived given the incredible attacking thrust Inglis has provided from fullback.
All the questions about Souths in 2012 concerned how they'd go without Chris Sandow but Adam Reynolds answered them all with a seamless transition into the No.7 jersey. Just like Daly Cherry-Evans, played every minute of his debut season.
When the Rabbitohs have worked their way into the opposition 10-metre zone in 2012, points have usually followed. Souths have the third best success rate from close range, scoring 47 tries. In particular they are the kings of the 'burrow', scoring an NRL-high 12 tries from dummy-half.
Inglis doesn't let the half-time hooter stop this big hit.