Nah they definitely have a better allround team than they lost, they lost a few players but none that were doing anything consistently except maybe CHT, but they got some very good halves in reserve, the depth is the key for me. Also you dont want players who committed to play in NZ but when it finally came around they turned their back on the contract and the club. But nobody irreplaceable.
In saying that, they have room in the squad for change and or to ask more of one or two players. But essentially near all of them have bought into Webster and a new team, and they have proved to themselves it works and you are never out of a match.
Id expect Webby gives it half the year learning that the game is one and lost on defense, errors, penaalties and being able to handle multiple sets (resilience). They have some set plays but largely it is very strong runs from quick forwards. I think in time they will focus on expanding the spine set plays.