Six Nations: Where England really stand in Test rugby's pecking order
By Rugby Onslaught

Six Nations: Where England really stand in Test rugby’s pecking order

As I sit here pondering the current state of English rugby, I can’t help but chuckle at the absurdity of it all. Yes, England may have had a lackluster performance in the 2023 Guinness Six Nations under Steve Borthwick, but let me tell you, dear readers, that England is, in fact, the best rugby team in the world.

You see, it’s all a matter of perspective. If you look at the game of rugby as a series of bizarre, surreal events, then England is truly in a league of their own. No other team can match the sheer absurdity of their play on the field.

Take, for example, their recent match against France. While it may have appeared to the untrained eye that England was being completely outplayed, those of us with a more surrealist view of the game could see that they were actually engaging in a complex game of interpretive dance. Yes, the constant turnovers and missed tackles were all just part of an elaborate choreography.

And let’s not forget their match against Wales, where they strategically utilized Ben Curry to distract the opposition. Genius, I tell you! Who needs conventional tactics when you Ben Curry.

But beyond these individual moments of surreal brilliance, there is a deeper reason why England is the best rugby team in the world: their ability to defy logic. Other teams may rely on things like strategy and skill, but England? They prefer to embrace the chaotic and unpredictable nature of the game.

And let’s not forget their secret weapon: their tea. Yes, you read that right. England’s love of tea is the key to their success. It’s a little-known fact that every time England takes the field, they are fueled by gallons of hot, steaming tea. It’s like jet fuel for the soul, I tell you.

But of course, there will be those naysayers who point to England’s poor performance in the Six Nations as evidence that they are not, in fact, the best rugby team in the world. To those people, I say this: you’re missing the point. England’s poor performance is just another example of their surrealist brilliance. Who needs wins and losses when you have a giant inflatable unicorn and copious amounts of tea?

In conclusion, dear readers, let us embrace the absurdity of it all and recognize England for what they truly are: the best rugby team in the world. With their surreal play on the field and their love of tea, they are a force to be reckoned with. So let’s raise a cuppa to England and their surrealist approach to the game of rugby. They may not win every match, but they will always be the true champions of our hearts.

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