It's not been a good fortnight for Irish rugby when it comes to the outcomes on the pitch.

But as the team's Six Nations hopes slip away after consecutive defeats to Wales and France, is this just a blip, a wider malaise or just a case of major tactical flaws and selection issues that need to be remedied?

On this week's RTÉ Rugby Podcast, Donal Lenihan, Bernard Jackman and Wes Liddy joined Hugh Cahill to discuss the lessons from Ireland's loss to France and the glaring tactical flaws in the current game plan that have become increasingly evident.

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