BPF - not much to do but stood up when needed. I was critical of him at the time for the goal but seeing it back on the highlights theres nothing he could have done.
Dallas - not a RB. He's a good player do we've got away with it against the lesser teams. Need a change of shape to make it work long term imo.
Evans & Cathcart - different level of player to the rest of the squad. Positioning, distribution, everything.
Lewis - very promising. Likes to get forward and that cross he put in for Lafferty to shy away from was excellent. The Laffs of 4 years ago nods that in or at least doesn't pull out of the challenge for fear of getting bumped by the gk.
Davis & Saville - worked hard, thought both were a little loose at times but i think as a duo they knit everything together well and both will always show for the ball, making the distribution of the CBs all the easier.
McNair - MOTM for me. He feels like a real driving force going forward and i prefer him on set pieces to Norwood.
McGinn - Dont really recall him being too heavily involved but i still think he's the best wide option we have
Jones - wasteful but a good outlet to relieve any sort of pressure. Could end up being an important player in the matches where we dont have that much possession.
Lafferty - looks like he's done. Looks so low on confidence. That cross from Lewis on the 75th or whenever it was sums up Lafferty right now. Keeper drawn out, ball swinging back away from goal, just stick your head on it and it's a goal or you get clattered and its a penalty. Instead he pulled out and the chance went. Should never have left Hearts.
Ferguson - better on the ball than Jones and has more end product. I'd have thought he would have been more suited to the games where we would have expected to dominate the ball.
Boyce & Magennis - much better movement than Lafferty. Much better hold up play and linking the play.
Going into next 2 fixtures I'd like to see Smyth get a chance. Him and Jones with their pace either side of Magennis would be a force to be reckoned with i think. More than the sum of their parts.