Triple M's Paul Roos believes Brendon Goddard and Michael Hurley can't play in the same backline with the current roles they are playing.
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Ball movement was a struggle for the Bombers as they went down to the Hawks on Saturday, with the team recording just 39 inside 50s for the day.
That figure was lower than any side has recorded this season, seeing the club slump to a 2-5 record.
Roos believe part of that issue stems from two of their biggest names down back.
"I don't think they can play Goddard and Hurley in the defence together," he said.
"This is not a criticism of those players, it's the way they've been taught to play."