The hamstring injury to Dale Copley has forced Coach Garth Brennan into a change in his outside backs, with Konrad Hurrell the man named to come into the side.
As discussed in the pre-season, both Hurrell and Brenko Lee are normally right sided players but Brennan is yet to make a call on which side the three-quarters will line up on this Sunday at Cbus Super Stadium against the Roosters.
"I'm not sure which side I'll play them on yet," Brennan said.
"It's something I'll play around with this week and see what combinations work."
Another man who has been in the wars this year is back rower, Will Matthews, who was struck in the eye early in the loss to the Broncos.
"He managed to get his sight back pretty well yesterday. It had closed over post-match but he's made some progress. We don't play until the last game on Sunday so I think he should be ok."
Halfback Ash Taylor was put under the microscope during and after his performance on Sunday at Cbus Super Stadium but Brennan was quick to mention he wasn't alone.
"He's just focused on performing at the Titans.
"He wasn't the only one, there we a number of guys off their game. I think young Moeaki was a standout and the rest probably weren't at their best."
Brennan will need to make a call on young five-eighth, AJ Brimson, who could potentially play three games in a seven-day period, after also lining up for the Queensland under-20s side this evening at Suncorp Stadium.
"He knows his body better than anyone else. He wanted to play and I don't want to rule a kid out from representing his state.
"We'll see how he pulls up tomorrow night. We've got Kane (Elgey) there who is a more than capable replacement so I'm sure he'd look to take his opportunity if given the chance."