Seems a bit crackers though to be thinking Wire had won it when the halftime hooter hadn't even sounded? We all know how momentum shifts in rugby league. I enjoyed Warrington's purple patch solely because it was pretty much the only period of the game where some real attacking skill was on show but it never crossed my mind that they had won it. There was way too much of the game still left to play and in recent years I have not seen a Wigan team of any description capitulate. They aren't the most entertaining of Wigan sides but they are very determined and that can go a long way in any game, especially a knock out game.
I don't think it's crackers at all. Last night was the biggest ever comeback in a Grand Final, so it wasn't crackers to suspect that it wasn't going to be the biggest ever comeback, especially given the way the game was going.
As for Schofield, he made a comment and then later put, "Game over the other way now! Amazing from Wigan," followed by "Yep bring it on. I deserve everything I get!!"
It's a bit harsh to call him a miserable, negative, clueless weapon for that.