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Surprised one of these are not up

I'll have a swing

Hogan - please improve kicking

Jones - tough but sloppy

Salem - needs more ball

Watts - Some good moments

Petracca - an absolute bull

Viney - is officially elite

Gawn - was well beaten 

Tyson - Demonland's most underrated 

Oliver - very minimal impact

Stretch -  possesses great smarts 

Garland - Not AFL standard

Pederson - lazy and unsighted 

Michie - will hold spot

Vince - will get suspended 

McDonald - never kick again

Hunt - looked completely lost

Bugg - sloppy and fumbley

Kennedy - thank you Collingwood 

Garlett -  not his best

Jetta - always Mr. Reliable 

Wagner - same as Hunt

Harmes - needed more output

 

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Jones - frustrated and limited

Vince - could rarely impose

Hogan - underwhelming and disappointing 

Salem - little to appreciate

Watts - impressive second half

Petracca - lacked spatial awareness

Viney - couldn't move mountains

Gawn - surprisingly little impact

Tyson - prolific but wasteful

Oliver - looked at sea

Stretch - pace and effort

Garland - game has passed

Pedersen - virtually no impact

Michie - little to enthuse

McDonald - game gradually improved

Hunt - believed own hype

Bugg - was rarely noticed

Kennedy - tried but unconvincing

Garlett - was embarrassingly absent

Jetta - brave and solid

Wagner - out of depth

Harmes - shuddering to realty

 

 

 

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Can't see why Vince will get suspended for a bump on the shoulder and no real impact on the player he supposedly hit 'high'.

Gawn was well beaten alright... by the maggots! The umpires continually let the Bulldog ruckman impede his run at the ball while allowing Bonts to have a clear hit as third man up. Contrast this approach by the maggots to the free against Hickey for impeding Goldstein!

Oliver's minimal impact had him top 5 for handballs and around top 5 or 6 for tackles!

Apart from that DemonLAd5, I reckon you're pretty close!

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Viney - Disappointed me today

Will post more on this tomorrow when I have some time but he really needs to work on some aspects of his game if he is to be truly elite and the leader we want him to be.

I know most if not all will not agree...but it's how I saw it.

Tyson - our best today

Jetta - not far behind

Oliver - kick the ball

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1 minute ago, rjay said:

Viney - Disappointed me today

Will post more on this tomorrow when I have some time but he really needs to work on some aspects of his game if he is to be truly elite and the leader we want him to be.

I know most if not all will not agree...but it's how I saw it.

Tyson - our best today

Jetta - not far behind

Oliver - kick the ball

Oliver is a bit like a young Jobe Watson who early in his career wouldn't kick the ball but all of a sudden it clicked. I'm sure the same will happen to Clarrie.

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8 minutes ago, joeboy said:

Jones - frustrated and limited

Vince - could rarely impose

Hogan - underwhelming and disappointing 

Salem - little to appreciate

Watts - impressive second half

Petracca - lacked spatial awareness

Viney - couldn't move mountains

Gawn - surprisingly little impact

Tyson - prolific but wasteful

Oliver - looked at sea

Stretch - pace and effort

Garland - game has passed

Pedersen - virtually no impact

Michie - little to enthuse

McDonald - game gradually improved

Hunt - believed own hype

Bugg - was rarely noticed

Kennedy - tried but unconvincing

Garlett - was embarrassingly absent

Jetta - brave and solid

Wagner - out of depth

Harmes - shuddering to realty

 

 

 

Not happy Joeboy?

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Jones - tried but struggled

Vince - miss a week?

Hogan - missed crucial goals 

Salem - hit the gym

Watts - dropped crucial mark

Petracca - building momentum nicely

Viney - wanna boof him

Gawn - needing a rest?

Tyson - getting better weekly

Oliver - eat more breakfast

Stretch - cementing starting position

Garland - concreting more suitable

Pedersen - struggles at feet

Michie - making up numbers

McDonald - dropped crucial marks

Hunt - will destroy Brisbane

Bugg - started well, faded

Kennedy - sucked in Collingwood

Garlett - need more output

Jetta - absolute brick wall

Wagner - needs more games

Harmes - lacked impact today

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9 hours ago, joeboy said:

Jones - frustrated and limited

Vince - could rarely impose

Hogan - underwhelming and disappointing 

Salem - little to appreciate

Watts - impressive second half

Petracca - lacked spatial awareness

Viney - couldn't move mountains

Gawn - surprisingly little impact

Tyson - prolific but wasteful

Oliver - looked at sea

Stretch - pace and effort

Garland - game has passed

Pedersen - virtually no impact

Michie - little to enthuse

McDonald - game gradually improved

Hunt - believed own hype

Bugg - was rarely noticed

Kennedy - tried but unconvincing

Garlett - was embarrassingly absent

Jetta - brave and solid

Wagner - out of depth

Harmes - shuddering to realty

 

 

 

Ridiculous assessment of Mivhie. I watched the replay last night. He was very good .

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47 minutes ago, Farmer said:

Ridiculous assessment of Mivhie. I watched the replay last night. He was very good .

That was part of the problem yesterday. His game was very similar to his Brisbane game. He got a lot more of the ball but he had little influence. He wasn't alone in that regard, though.

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Copied across to the authentic thread...

Viney - Disappointed me today

Will post more on this tomorrow when I have some time but he really needs to work on some aspects of his game if he is to be truly elite and the leader we want him to be.

I know most if not all will not agree...but it's how I saw it.

Tyson - our best today

Jetta - not far behind

Oliver - kick the ball

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1 hour ago, rjay said:

Copied across to the authentic thread...

Viney - Disappointed me today

Will post more on this tomorrow when I have some time but he really needs to work on some aspects of his game if he is to be truly elite and the leader we want him to be.

I know most if not all will not agree...but it's how I saw it.

Tyson - our best today

Jetta - not far behind

Oliver - kick the ball

Tyson again gets a kick from Joeboy ( Tyson must have kicked his cat)   - was he more wasteful than Jack Viney ?

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Tyson is constantly tackled as soon as he gets the ball and usually doesn't free his arms to get the ball out. He's gone backwards this year.

MFC - fit of fumbles 

 

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Jones - Didnt lead well
Viney - cant go alone
Jetta - Keeps getting better
Oliver - another down day
Watts - presented, finished well
Hogan - couldn't finish efforts
Harmes - Rising star crash
Stretch - Deseves more games
Michie - Needs more class
Gawn - Well nobody's perfect
CP5 - some exciting clearances
Vince - another undisciplined act
Kennedy - Effort without reward
Tyson - Liking his 2016
Salem - Needs ball more
Bugg - ??? didnt see much
Perdersen - not effective enough
Garlett - A solid "meh"
TMac, Garland, Hunt, Wagner - Copped others turnovers

some tough ones to assess but i thought id give it a go

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20 minutes ago, leucopogon said:

Tyson is constantly tackled as soon as he gets the ball and usually doesn't free his arms to get the ball out. He's gone backwards this year.

MFC - fit of fumbles 

 

He went backwards last year  - injuries and couldn't get himself right. He has been very solid this year and again compare his game to Viney's. As many times as Tyson got tackled as soon as he got the ball  - so was Viney. There many secondary stoppages caused by Viney getting tackled and not free as there were with Tyson. Selective analysis in my opinion.

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28 minutes ago, leucopogon said:

Tyson is constantly tackled as soon as he gets the ball and usually doesn't free his arms to get the ball out. He's gone backwards this year.

MFC - fit of fumbles 

 

Tyson's getting back to his levels where he finished runner up in our B&F not backwards.

He's averaging equal or higher in disposals, goals, tackles, Inside 50s and Score Assists than that year, and all are a marked improvement on last year.

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13 hours ago, joeboy said:

 

Tyson - prolific but wasteful

You say this every week. Why? His kicking was sharp yesterday, one of our goals was directly caused by Tyson successfully executing a risky but perfect 50m kick into the corridor to Jones who was surrounded by Bulldogs. I don't recall any of his other kicks missing the mark either.

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