I noticed that too, looked like it was a definite instruction to play Rushe. Mind you against Carlow every ball he was fed was only 50/50 at best.
There were a few balls out to the side I thought he should have got his hands on, but he didn’t. But then again, no full forward wins everything.
But if he has to adjust his run he won’t get there. So if he starts left and the ball goes right, he is in trouble. Also if the ball bobbles to the point where he has move his feet, it probably won’t work out. But give him a ball where he can run straight onto it and he will probably get it more then most.
They seemed to play a two man full forward line and a four man half forward line I thought (is that how you saw it?) It seems good, it gives the advantage of a two man full forward line, without the opposition being able to cover it with a sweeper. Burke could do well as the floating corner forward.