Canberra coaching: (Fox) For the first time in his four-year tenure, the head of the Raiders boss is not seemingly on the chopping block as we go into the second half of the season. While Canberra still have plenty of work to do to ensure finals football, they are much better placed than usual at this time of year - which has deflected the heat elsewhere in relation to coaches. Heat being the operative word now that things have reached boiling point for Neil Henry in Townsville. I must admit that if I had been told at the beginning of the season that one team would be in eighth position at the end of round 13 and the other 15th, I would have mixed up the Raiders and Cowboys. Hopefully for Henry's sake his North Queensland team can come home with the kind of wet sail that we have become used to associating with the Green Machine. While the general consensus has Melbourne, Manly, Souths and the Roosters as a standout top four, the Raiders again shape as a team that can have everyone looking nervously over their shoulders.