Some of the rugby that Scotland played in the defeat France was not tactically smart. They tried to drive against a very powerful set of French forwards. It was not clever to try and take them on in a muscular way.
The Scots have got some very physical and strong backs, and it is important to try and get the ball in their hands as often as possible.
Scotland were very inconsistent over the course of the RBS 6 Nations Championship. There was not any lack of effort or enthusiasm but some of the shortcomings in Scottish rugby were exposed.
They still do not have a powerful tight five who can compete and dominate up front. They are also one player short in the centre. Scotland need someone with electrifying pace and with the skills required to break down defences.
But there were positives. One or two young players are coming through and there is now a great strength in depth at scrum-half. There is also a bit of strength in depth in the back row. But in some respects, all our back row players are too similar.
Tighthead prop Euan Murray had a pretty good championship and he will learn enormously from the experience. He got stuck in pretty well and made some vital contributions at times.
The World Cup is going to be a real worry. Frank Hadden needs to think very carefully about what style of rugby he wants to play and then prepare over the next four to six months.