As you undoubtedly know by now, Balls.ie, along with Carry Out Off Licence, are running a simulation of Ireland's 2017 Six Nations campaign on the world's greatest ever rugby game, Jonah Lomu Rugby.
The results so far have been interesting. A surprise 12-0 defeat to Scotland in the first game followed by a hard fought, come from behind 7-5 victory against Italy. Obviously, with both results playing out in real life, the result of all this is that the Jonah Lomu predictor is unbreakable. So given that, it may come as a worry to Joe Schmidt that France took Ireland to the cleaners in this week's edition.
Look, fair enough, the talent gap between France and Ireland was quite significant back when "Lomu" was released not long after the 1995 World Cup.
Players like Ntamack, Saint-Andre, Sella and Galthié compare quite favourably against what Ireland had on show.
Even so, more was expected of an Irish team who seemed to find their way in the second half of the Italy game.
Dominated from minute one.
Maybe Ireland could have gotten back into the game if not for possibly the greatest try ever scored.
It really is a wonder why more teams don't try the old tried and tested "run backwards aimlessly, turn, hoof the ball up the field, hit the post, and take advantage of the ensuing defensive confusion" method. Classic.
So, not a great performance from Ireland, but with Wales and England to come, still plenty of chance for redemption.