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Phillip Sami was full of energy against the Cowboys, with the Queensland Origin player saying he's bouncing off the players around him.

Sami's edge, which included David Fifita inside him and Corey Thompson outside him, was lethal against the Cowboys with all three players looking dangerous with every touch.

Fifita and Sami both scored tries, while Thompson scored a double.

"Me, David (Fifita) and Corey (Thompson) we all vibe off each other and we have our pep talk and talk between games and we bounce off each other really well," Sami said.

"Corey is a little energy ball and he gives me a lot of energy and he puts a lot of belief in myself and I try and do the same for him."

Left out of the Titans side for round one, Sami said he was prepared to do the hard work required to make his way back into the starting 13.

"I was a little bit disappointed that I didn't play round one but I didn't want to drop my lip and kick stones," he said.

"I just wanted to do my best and come back through Q-Cup and play good footy.

"It was unfortunate that Brian (Kelly) got injured so I got the opportunity there and I'm just trying to take it with both hands."

Moving from the wing into the centres, Sami says he feels comfortable in the new position.

"I enjoy playing centre more than I do wing so it's been fun."

After leading 26-0 at halftime against the Cowboys, Sami said it was the senior players who took charge to make sure there wasn't a second half fadeout.

"We got our senior blokes like Jamal and Kevvy and for younger players like me and the rest we've got to listen to them and put our trust in them.

"We did that and we didn't panic so that's probably the main thing.

"Last week against the Broncos the last 20 minutes was pretty average so we tried not to that again which I didn't think we did."

The Titans won the game 44-8, breaking the Club record for most points scored in a game which was previously 42 points.