A week out from their first foray into the finals in five years, the One New Zealand Warriors have moved into second spot in the NRL’s Power Rankings.
Since their 22-26 loss to Brisbane in round 13, the Warriors have lost just once in their last 11 matches including winning each of their last seven.
The only loss came against South Sydney.
To give the run greater context, no other team has done better over that period with only the Broncos matching the record of just one loss.
This is how the top teams stack up since and including round 14:
One New Zealand Warriors | 10-1 win-loss, two byes | 24 points
Brisbane Broncos | 9-1 win-loss, three byes | 24 points
Penrith Panthers | 10-2 win-loss, one bye | 22 points
Newcastle Knights | 8-3 win-loss, two byes | 20 points
North Queensland Cowboys | 7-3 win-loss, three byes | 20 points
Melbourne Storm | 8-4 win-loss, one bye | 18 points
Cronulla Sutherland Sharks | 7-5 win-loss, one bye | 16 points
Sydney Roosters | 7-5 win-loss, one bye | 16 points
Canberra Raiders | 6-5 win-loss, two byes | 16 points
South Sydney Rabbitohs | 4-6 win-loss, three byes | 14 points