Prediction 2020's BIG FOOTBALL FAN'S PREDICTIONS

TalkingFootyNow1223

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Sep 6, 2019
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2020 is just around the corner (the season would never stop if we had our way) but like winning the GRAND FINAL, AFL predictions are like a punting fans wet dream. Its early i know, but i know that a lot of you already have a good idea of what you think 2020 will look like.

Im stepping the predictions thread up a little, this year the out right winner with closest if not spot on in each category will win $500. I will personally pay the winner out of my own pocket. For example closest to correctly answer all 5 predictions wins, if no one gets all 5 right the money will go to the next closest. If it comes down to multiple winners it will be a shootout the question being a 'who am i' will be AFL related.

Absolutely no editing once you post your 5 answers, any edits will be called out and eliminated.

The 5 categories are:

- Season Ladder Results (post round 23)
- Brownlow Winner Prediction
- Rising Star Winner Prediction
- Grand Final Winner Prediction
- Coleman Winner Prediction

Closest to correct wins. Enjoy BF community.
 

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MadMundy

Club Legend
Mar 29, 2019
1,255
2,473
AFL Club
Fremantle
Other Teams
Arsenal, Glory, Bulls
Ladder Positions
1. Richmond
2. West Coast
3. GWS
4. Geelong
5. Western Bulldogs
6. Collingwood
7. Brisbane Lions
8. Fremantle

9. North Melbourne
10. Essendon
11. Hawthorn
12. St Kilda
13. Port Adelaide
14. Carlton
15. Sydney
16. Gold Coast
17. Melbourne
18. Adelaide

Brownlow
Fyfe (If he plays the full season again), if not then Cripps.

Rising Star
Devon Robertson or Gould

Premiers
Richmond

Coleman
Ben Brown
 

krazykray15

Draftee
Sep 7, 2017
5
6
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Ladder Positions
1. Richmond
2. West Coast
3. Collingwood
4. GWS
5. Hawthorn
6. Bulldogs
7. Brisbane
8. Geelong

9. Kangaroos
10. Essendon
11. Carlton
12. St Kilda
13. Port Adelaide
14. Fremantle
15. Melbourne
16. Sydney
17. Adelaide
18. Gold Coast

Brownlow
Cripps

Rising Star
Noah Anderson

Premiers
Richmond

Coleman
Ben Brown
 

TheUndertaker

The Phenom from Death Valley
Oct 2, 2008
6,861
9,878
Death Valley
AFL Club
Richmond
Other Teams
Brothers of Destruction
LADDER

1. Collingwood
2. Richmond
3. West Coast
4. Geelong
5. Footscray
6. Melbourne
7. Carlton
8. Brisbane

9. North Melbourne
10. GWS Giants
11. Hawthorn
12. Port Adelaide
13. Sydney
14. Essendon
15. Fremantle
16. Adelaide
17. Saints
18. Gold Coast

SHOCK FALL
Saints - picked a handful of shit players and actually regress


STUNNING ASCENT
Melbourne & Carlton’s years to mirror each other, supported by a favorable draw, the clubs build momentum which leads to a finals match against each other, where the blues win their first final since 2013.


FINALS
1st We
Collingwood DEF Geelong
Richmond DEF West Coast
Footscray ELIM Brisbane
Carlton ELIM Melbourne

2nd Week
Footscray ELIM Geelong
West Coast ELIM Carlton

3rd Week
West Coast ELIM Collingwood
Richmond ELIM Bulldogs

GRAND FINAL
RICHMOND 15. 10. 100
DEFEAT
WEST COAST 13. 17. 95

NORM SMITH: Alex Rance

OTHER AWARDS
BROWNLOW - Patrick Cripps
COLEMAN - Tom Hawkins
RISING STAR - Patrick Naish

HEADLINE OF THE YEAR
‘YELLOW AND BLACK - BACK TO BACK
Tigers defeat Eagles in a classic’

YEARS BIGGEST STORY
‘Brodie Grundy’s contractual situation becomes a distraction for Collingwood, leaves for Adelaide’.
 
Oct 2, 2019
16
30
AFL Club
Carlton
Ladder:
1. Richmond
2. Collingwood
3. West Coast
4. GWS
5. Bulldogs
6. Geelong
7. Brisbane
8. Carlton

9. Hawthorn
10. Sydney
11. Fremantle
12. Melbourne
13. St Kilda
14. Essendon
15. Port Adelaide
16. North Melbourne
17. Adelaide
18. Gold Coast

Brownlow:
Cripps

Rising Star:
Robertson

Premiers:
West Coast

Coleman:
Brown (or for a very outside chance Naughton)
 

TalkingFootyNow1223

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Sep 6, 2019
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So far it looks like Pies, Eagles and Tigers are the 3 front runners. Bottom is still undecided. Honestly i think its going to be a rather strange season, second year in on the fixed position rule might start seeing clubs find loop holes and advanced strategies. IMO the top 5 will be a lock the rest will battle it out for the year. It seems Cripps is the genuine Brownlow favourite and big Ben Brown is leading the talley for the Coleman, strange as Cameron is the competitions best and most consistant key forward. Not even a 10 goal haul from Brown held Cameron back in round 23
 

Wallaby

Norm Smith Medallist
May 8, 2007
8,685
9,961
vic
AFL Club
Richmond
Brown has kicked more goals than anyone the last 3 years, and Cameron only won the Coleman because the Giants played the Suns in Rd 23 and they just kicked it to Cameron all day to get him the Coleman (fair enough - Richmond did the same for Riewoldt in 2018. It happens.). Brown is also the most accurate shot for goal amongst the key forwards.

He is clearly the most likely for the Coleman.
 

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JPetro83

Premiership Player
Sep 25, 2014
4,224
2,780
Adelaide
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Sturt, Adel United & Leeds United
LADDER RESULTS
1.Richmond
2.West Coast
3.GWS
4.Bulldogs
5.Collingwood
6.Geelong
7.Hawthorn
8.Melbourne

9. Port Power
10.Brisbane
11.Essendon
12.St Kilda
13.Sydney
14.Adelaide
15.Carlton
16.Fremantle
17.North
18.Gold Coast

BROWNLOW
- Cripps/Fyfe tie

RISING STAR
-Matty Rowell

PREMIERS
-Richmond

COLEMAN
-Tom Lynch

Random Headlines
- Hinkley Sacked
- Yze Appointed new headcoach of Port

Headlines i am hoping to see....
-Grundy signs with Adelaide on a 7 year mega deal
-Betts dropped to VFL after failing to find his magic.....
-Matty Nicks has Crows flying, all of a sudden they are in the hunt for a top 4 finish... haha
-Crows young guns lead the way with dominant performances of late from Mchenry, Fogary & Jones
 

B4Bear

Norm Smith Medallist
Jul 6, 2011
5,157
8,292
Melbourne
AFL Club
North Melbourne
So far it looks like Pies, Eagles and Tigers are the 3 front runners. Bottom is still undecided. Honestly i think its going to be a rather strange season, second year in on the fixed position rule might start seeing clubs find loop holes and advanced strategies. IMO the top 5 will be a lock the rest will battle it out for the year. It seems Cripps is the genuine Brownlow favourite and big Ben Brown is leading the talley for the Coleman, strange as Cameron is the competitions best and most consistant key forward. Not even a 10 goal haul from Brown held Cameron back in round 23
Cameron also played GC twice for 14 goals in total. They are not that far apart, and BBB is the only forward to kick 60+ goals for the last three years running.

Both good at their craft, and it could easily go either way, but as a fan, will take BBB every day.
 

Brandan934

The Dogfather
Jun 4, 2019
109
89
Western Suburbs
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
Headlines i am hoping to see....
-Grundy signs with Adelaide on a 7 year mega deal
-Betts dropped to VFL after failing to find his magic.....
-Matty Nicks has Crows flying, all of a sudden they are in the hunt for a top 4 finish... haha
-Crows young guns lead the way with dominant performances of late from Mchenry, Fogary & Jones
Bit salty there
 

GoldStandard

Debutant
Sep 10, 2019
74
199
AFL Club
Essendon
1. West Coast
2. Collingwood
3. North Melbourne
4. Brisbane
5. Hawthorn
6. Geelong
7. GWS
8. Essendon
9. Melbourne
10. Richmond
11. Sydney
12. St Kilda
13. Carlton
14. Adelaide
15. Fremantle
16. Gold Coast
17. Western Bulldogs
18. Port Adelaide

Brownlow: Patrick Cripps
Rising Star: Izak Rankine
Premiers: Geelong
Coleman: Ben Brown
 

TalkingFootyNow1223

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Sep 6, 2019
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AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Other Teams
Philadelphia 76ers
LADDER RESULTS
1.Richmond
2.West Coast
3.GWS
4.Bulldogs
5.Collingwood
6.Geelong
7.Hawthorn
8.Melbourne

9. Port Power
10.Brisbane
11.Essendon
12.St Kilda
13.Sydney
14.Adelaide
15.Carlton
16.Fremantle
17.North
18.Gold Coast

BROWNLOW
- Cripps/Fyfe tie

RISING STAR
-Matty Rowell

PREMIERS
-Richmond

COLEMAN
-Tom Lynch

Random Headlines
- Hinkley Sacked
- Yze Appointed new headcoach of Port

Headlines i am hoping to see....
-Grundy signs with Adelaide on a 7 year mega deal
-Betts dropped to VFL after failing to find his magic.....
-Matty Nicks has Crows flying, all of a sudden they are in the hunt for a top 4 finish... haha
-Crows young guns lead the way with dominant performances of late from Mchenry, Fogary & Jones
Funny you say that ive had Yze as my favourite replacement for Hinkley all last year with Kingsley as senior assistant
 

Love the Drake

Club Legend
Nov 22, 2013
2,411
4,962
Mornington peninsula
AFL Club
Carlton
LADDER RESULTS
1. West Coast
2. Richmond
3. Brisbane
4. GWS
5. Bulldogs
6. Collingwood
7. Hawthorn
8. Geelong

9. Essendon
10. Carlton
11. St Kilda
12. Fremantle
13. Sydney
14. Port Power
15. Melbourne
16. Adelaide
17. North
18. Gold Coast

BROWNLOW
- Tim Kelly

RISING STAR
- Rankine/Stocker tie

PREMIERS
-West Coast (home finals/Kelly factor) Beat Richmond in a classic.

COLEMAN
-Tom Lynch

FIRST COACH TO GO
Hinkley
 

lumpinee

Senior List
Jul 18, 2019
223
216
AFL Club
Richmond
here goes

GWS
Western Bulldogs
Richmond
WCE
Geelong
Hawthorn
St.Kilda
Brisbane

Melbourne
Collingwood
Sydney
Essendon
Port
GC
North
Fremantle
Carlton
Adelaide

Finals

GWS v WCE
Dogs v Rich
Geelong v Bris
Haw v St.Kilda

WCE v Haw
Dogs v Bris

GWS v Dogs
Rich v WCE

GWS v Rich

Premiers Richmomd
Brownlow Cripps
Coleman J. Cameron
Rising Star Max King
 

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