- Mar 26, 2007
- AFL Club
- Port Adelaide
- Other Teams
- CWS, OakR, SAS, Ducks
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If you did know, I'd accuse you of owning a delorean.I just want to be on the record and say that I have NFI who's going to win the flag, let alone how the whole ladder will look at the end of the season.
Most around here didn't have WC in the 8 in 2018. Now many have them to go back to back. Who the **** nows?
2013: Will hardly win a game"It seems like every year, Port Adelaide goes the opposite way most people expect them to.
So after the disappointment of 2018’s historic late-season collapse, should we be watching for a run at the 2019 flag? SEASON PREVIEW."
AFL season preview 2019, Port Adelaide: The case for the Power shocking the footy world with a flag win
Interestingly, they were one of the worst centre clearance sides last year. Always had two coming in off the back of the square and would try to win the ball back after conceding the clearance. Cant do that this year.im still going with richmond because it think with the 666 rules they have the cleanest hands out of the middle and are the most efficient team, add to that 2 finals at the MCG and they have a lot going for them
I got Melbourne horribly wrong but my other Grand Finalist is still alive.1. Melbourne
3. West Coast
7. North Melbourne
13. Port Adelaide
15. Western Bulldogs
17. St Kilda
18. Gold Coast
GF: Melbourne (p) vs Richmond (r/u)
Brownlow: Patrick Cripps
Coleman: Ben Brown
Power B&F: Tom Rockliff
Power’s AA: R. Gray
PAFC Most Improved: Todd Marshall
PAFC Rising Star Nominees: Rozee, Butters
Undersold Brisbane but other than that reasonably happy with my predictions. Melbourne did a little worse than plateau though lol.I see the top 4 being (in no particular order) - West Coast, Adelaide, Richmond, Collingwood. Those first three are just such strong, well organised units with major home ground advantages, they should all be aiming for top 4. Collingwood I think have plenty of improvement in them and should do enough to at least hold their ground from 2018.
For the remainder of the top 8, I'm thinking Melbourne, Essendon, Geelong, GWS. The Dees might plateau a bit this year I reckon. Essendon have an overwhelming level of talent now that should at least see them play finals. Same with GWS. Geelong are just immensely favoured by fixturing/umpiring so you can just about lock them in every year.
Hawthorn and Sydney seem to be transitioning but it still wouldn't surprise to see either play finals. North are the only other team I see competing for finals.
Other than getting Melbourne and Geelong wildly wrong, Boak coming from nowhere, Motlop going nowhere and Jack’s season being derailed by injury I’m fairly happy thus far.Undersold Brisbane but other than that reasonably happy with my predictions. Melbourne did a little worse than plateau though lol.