BREAKING records is something that always grabs the headlines.
It's also something that players love to do, although winning games is obviously the No1 priority.
I'm proud of the fact that I hold the Giants record for the number of points scored in a Super League game with 36 in last season's win over Leigh.
But I can honestly tell you that during a game itself none of us ever has a clue if we're coming close to breaking a record or not.
Take last Sunday's game against Harlequins, for example.
We obviously knew we were rattling up a good score, and I also knew I'd scored a fair few points.
But it was only after the game that it dawned on us that the scoreline of 64-14 was so close to our record 68-16 win over Leigh last August.
And I had to ask how many points I'd scored, because I genuinely had no idea. In fact, I was surprised it was 28, it didn't seem that many.
Yet looking back on the match, we all realise how easy it could have been to set our new record Super League .
Had some of the early calls not gone against us, there's no reason at all why we couldn't have beaten 68, which would have been a tremendous achievement against a side like Harlequins.
Our play in the second half was pretty ruthless and the tries we scored were well structured.
Robbie and myself were able to put a lot of things we work on in training into practice, although we're the first to acknowledge that was on the back of the great work of the forwards.
I think the pack are going really well right now, and to think we've still got our prop, Jim Gannon (pictured), to come back into the side!
Jimmy's still about a month away from playing, but he's now back in full training and flying following his knee surgery.
He's looking back to his old self, and when he comes back it'll be like having a new top signing.
It's just a shame Jim's not back tomorrow for the game at Castleford, because he could protect me from that nasty Ben Roarty!
I was out with with my good mate Roarts on Monday night, and he's promised he'll be bumping into me on the pitch during the game.
I know he'll be true to his word, although I also know there will be no malice in what he does.
All he'll be wanting to do is do his best to try and get the win for Castleford and build on their recent excellent run of form.
But most of our pre-match banter was very light-hearted, because we are such good friends.
And we also know that whatever the outcome, we'll still have a friendly beer together tomorrow night.
Finally, all the lads would like to send our best wishes to our assistant coach Keiron Purtill's wife, Debbie.
She's having a bit of a rough time during her pregnancy, but we're all hoping she's over the worst of it now.
But our thoughts are still with her.