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  1. The irony that our best defender who was still fit in May was the one who got soundly beaten! If we had to bring in a tall, I'd have Mitch Brown in, he's a meat and potatoes footballer but wouldn't be found out like a rookie would. Clearly they think that Turner will be the next long term key defender given the looks he had in pre-season but he's not quite ready yet..
  2. Yes! Very important win. Some great coaching moves tonight, Shelley Heath completely blanketed Kearney. And I like Maddie Gays move to a half back role.
  3. What are the odds of the same player having a kick after the siren against the same opposition twice? Assume the free was for holding the ball against McGee she was pretty unlucky, but the result is the same both times! Purcell looked like a really good midfielder to add to our depth. Zanker was almost non-existent. Good coaching from Mick Stinear to move Daisy to defence and shift Bannon from the wing to deep in the pocket to offer another tall foil so Harris wasn't continually triple teamed. West continues to improve, she just needs to have a bit more confidence in her own kicking, should never have handballed to Hore from only 15 metres out from goal. Hore was also quiet again. Pearce of the Lauren variety continues to influence the coalface, her ability to make second efforts at ground level after a stoppage are first class, as is her ability to take the ball from the ruck and throw it on her boot (the latest example this week lead to Harris' 2nd). Parry tried it a couple of times when filling in in the ruck too. Gillard was pretty impressive for a first gamer, can only get better for the experience, her height will be welcome in an undersized backline since Downie retired. Hanks, Paxman both continue to rack up possessions and metres gained in the engine room, as does McNamara on a wing. What a great win!
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    Well done as well @Macca ! Congrats to the Rams, worthy winners. And thanks for organising the tipping comp again Macca, it keeps me engaged in all the other games results beyond my own team. Bring on the next season and SuperBowl LVII in Arizona
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    Are you going to a pub to watch the game @Gorgoroth? Are there Rams supporters groups in Aus to watch it with? I loved it in 2020 when I got to hang out with a bunch of 49ers fans and share the experience, even though the result didnt go our way, it was still a great day...Enjoy!
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    Bengals 21 Rams 24 Going to try and avoid the score at work and watch a replay when I get home..
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    Oh I'll have nightmares about that Tartt dropped sitter I know it, it was very uncomfortable watching the after match pressers as he was one of the ones that got called up. You just don't see that in the AFL where the 'villain' is made to stand before the press asking if he should've done better. Shout out to the 49ers faithful who still made LA a sea of red, despite the Rams attempts to block them from getting tickets. Well done to the Rams though, they've loaded up with veteran talent (Von Miller, OBJ, Stafford) to try and get to a Superbowl and they've done it. I bet Stafford wished he got out of Detroit sooner. It was another absolutely ripping weekend of playoffs, the Chiefs-Bucs game was a corker, for Burrows to get out of the pocket as much as he did and still find targets, it was great to see a young QB emerging, edging out another great young QB. Bring on the Superbowl!
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    49ers 17 Rams 10 Bengals 14 Chiefs 28
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    And agree with everyone here, quite possibly the most exciting weekend of playoffs ever! KC ended up with the biggest winning margin of the weekend, but had to come from behind twice in the last minute to do so.
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    Absolutely incredible game that one between KC and Bills, I only managed to watch the last quarter live, but what a quarter! Simply one of the most amazing finishes to a game ever, had to feel for Josh Allen, threw what looked to be about 3 game winning TDs, and agree with you titan_uranus, and watching some of the post match reaction on youtube, the experts are calling for a College Style extra time system whereby both teams get a chance with the ball. Some of the best quarterbacks in the league, on both winning and losing teams this weekend, flinging some beautiful passes in between the wide receivers numbers (a teardrop pass from Brady to Fournette in Q2, Stafford's darts to Kupp in that final drive, Allen and Mahones both in Q4), I love to see it.
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    Was a very scrappy game at Lambeau, as is to be expected with the frigid conditions. Special teams ended up being the difference. The niners first 11 offensive plays went for -10 yards, yet somehow we went in at the break only a single score down. The offence finally found a bit of rhythm in the second half, but Jimmy G still didn't end up with a TD. At least he started hitting Kittle and Deebo more often, and we managed to quieten the cheese heads. It was ugly, but it was winning ugly so I'll take that, that's 0-4 for Rodgers in play off's against the niners now, onward to the NFC championship game!
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    OK Here goes, cant wait for these games some ripping match ups.. Bengals 21 @ Titans 10 49ers 27 @ Packers 36 Rams 10 @ Bucs 31 Bills 35 @ Chiefs 38
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    Some big score blowouts in the Super Wildcard weekend so far. Does anyone else think the extra week of games is too much? As a Niners fan I'd say no now, am still riding that high from this morning, but it really seems some mediocre teams made the playoffs this year. Was also talking to a friend who doesn't follow the NFL, but does follow AFL about how it all works, and we both wondered when the AFL may try and introduce a 'Wildcard Weekend' given less than half the team currently make the finals.
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    Raiders 7 Bengals 24 Patriots 27 Bills 30 Eagles 17 Buccaneers 41 49ers 17 Cowboys 14 Steelers 6 Chiefs 31 Cardinals 34 Rams 27
  15. Great to see the girls back and hear the song played after the siren. Hanks and Birch were our best 4 quarter players, however it was Zanker that steadied the ship in that 3rd quarter when dogs had the momentum, her ability to break not only tackles but lines was crucial, she's just so good at evading in traffic. Thought Maddie Gay was the other pick of the mids, Paxman and to a lesser extent Mithen and Hore were down on their usual output. Carris was excellent on debut as a 2nd ruck, means we don't have to rely on Zanker for that any more, and Loz was her usual excellent self as the #1 ruck. After a slow, patient, fluent possession game early on, it devolved into a bit of a scrappy turnover affair late, but a win and blowing off the cobwebs is banked.
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