NRL premiers fire up despite getting the victory on Friday night.
Sydney Roosters players and officials have taken aim at Bulldogs veterans Michael Ennis and Sam Perrett for staying down during their clash in the NRL.
While they might have come away with a 20-point victory, the Roosters took offence to two incidents just before half-time, in what was a fiery period of the game.
Ennis and Perrett stayed down after coping respective high shots from James Maloney and Sam Moa with small brawls between the teams springing up as a result of the tackles.
Roosters coach Trent Robinson questioned what the Canterbury pair were trying to prove.