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Craig Bellamy has questioned his side's care factor after an error-riddled Melbourne dropped a second straight NRL game, this time in oppressive heat on the Gold Coast.
The Titans snapped an eight-game losing streak against the Storm, scoring three tries either side of halftime in a comeback 38-34 win on Saturday.
Trailing 24-12 just before halftime, a Storm error opened the door and a late Brian Kelly try breathed life into the Titans' cause at Cbus Super Stadium.
Two more unforced Storm knock-ons to begin the second half allowed Joe Vuna and Aaron Schoupp to run away for tries, while Tariq Sims coughed up a ball on his 20m line and Schoupp no sooner had his second.
That put the Titans up by 10, but a late Xavier Coates try proved another twist with less than four minutes to play.
Craig Bellamy has admitted he's not quite sure how to fix the issues currently blighting his team after a second consecutive defeat
But two-try winger Alofiana Khan-Pereira tackled Will Warbrick into touch and a Trent Loiero shoulder charge was the final nail in the Storm's coffin.
Twelve tries were scored, Melbourne completing just 24 of 37