Scotland hooker Ross Ford believes providing quick ball for the backline is crucial if Frank Hadden's team are to step up to the next level.
Scotland's forwards have made significant progress in the past two years and have only come off significantly second best against South Africa in a World Cup warm-up.
The pack has out-muscled the likes of England and Ireland during that time as they have carved out a sound reputation on the world stage.
However the backs have not been able to make similar strides and a lack of firepower has stunted Scotland's growth under Hadden.
Ford believes the second Test victory against Argentina provides the blueprint for a successful Scotland side.
After losing the first Test against the Pumas, Hadden's men bounced back to record a terrific victory away from home - with Ford scoring a memorable try.
The 24-year-old said: “The win was definitely up there with my best achievements in rugby. Winning away from home is tough to do, especially in international rugby and against a team like Argentina.
“The atmosphere over there was really memorable and to win the match was a great achievement.
“I think everybody knew what we had to do after the first Test. We had a lot of possession, but we just didn’t play to the standards that we had set ourselves.
“But in the second Test we cleaned up the breakdown area and (scrum-half) Mike Blair got a lot of clean ball for once.
“He was able to play the ball a lot quicker and we showed what we can do when we get a bit of quick ball. Ben Cairns had a great game and we opened them up three times.”