Prediction 2021 AFL Season Prediction Thread

Select the 2021 Top 8


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Janus

Guardian of the Duat
Sep 9, 2007
21,798
53,665
Portland, Oregon
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Other Teams
Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bulls
1. Port Adelaide
2. Western Bulldogs
3. Richmond
4. Geelong
5. West Coast
6. St Kilda
7. Carlton
8. Brisbane

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

GF & Premiers: GF: Richmond vs Port, Premiers: Port Adelaide
Wooden Spooner: North Melbourne
Brownlow: Marcus Bontempelli
Coleman: Tom Hawkins
Power B&F: Oliver Wines
Power AA’s: Oliver Wines, Aliir Aliir, Travis Boak, Darcy Byrne-Jones, Zak Butters, Orazio Fantasia
Power Most Improved: Todd Marshall
Power Rising Star Nominees: Miles Bergman
 

Schulzenfest

TheBrownDog
Feb 23, 2008
56,838
168,607
SA
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Other Teams
Toronto Raptors
Power AA’s: Oliver Wines, Aliir Aliir, Travis Boak, Darcy Byrne-Jones, Zak Butters, Orazio Fantasia
m8 you know you support Port Adelaide right? Even if we go undefeated with a percentage of 200%, they'll still find a way to name Cam Guthrie or some other Vic spud before they ever give us 6 AA's.
 

SteppingTiger

Club Legend
Feb 6, 2014
1,039
2,309
Brisbane
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
2004 I felt mostly numb for the season as home and away performances meant nothing given the previous years’ finals failures

This year I feel the same way again. Will be pumped for the team to do well but will not fee any real hope until the finals start.
 

Interstater

Bruce Light fan club
Jun 7, 2015
4,653
8,896
SA
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
All 8 afl.com.au experts pick up to be in the top 4 this year. 6/8 picked us as Premiers. Geez what pressure!!
Crystal Ball: Our predictions for the 2021 AFL season are in

Damian Barrett
Premier:
Port Adelaide
Runner-up: Brisbane
Wooden spoon: North Melbourne

Riley Beveridge
Premier:
Port Adelaide
Runner-up: Geelong
Wooden spoon: Adelaide

Sarah Black
Premier:
Port Adelaide
Runner-up: Richmond
Wooden spoon: North Melbourne

Mitch Cleary
Premier:
Port Adelaide
Runner-up: Brisbane
Wooden spoon: North Melbourne

Cameron Noakes
Premier:
Brisbane
Runner-up: Geelong
Wooden spoon: North Melbourne

Nathan Schmook
Premier:
Port Adelaide
Runner-up: Richmond
Wooden spoon: North Melbourne

Callum Twomey
Premier:
Port Adelaide
Runner-up: Geelong
Wooden spoon: Hawthorn

Michael Whiting
Premier:
Geelong
Runner-up: Brisbane
Wooden spoon: North Melbourne
 
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Coobk001

Brownlow Medallist
Mar 26, 2007
13,790
25,909
Adelaide
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Other Teams
CWS, OakR, SAS, Ducks
I'm expecting a flag this year and I'm telling people such. None of this, yeah if things go our way and we get a bit of luck maybe.... nah fu** that. We should be winning the flag this year. I haven't felt this way since 2004.
I am extremely confident we'll be good, but I don't think it's cut and dry that we can/should win the flag. I still feel we have a midfield hole, and the teams around us have done some extraordinary recruiting. Daniher is a massive get, Cameron to Geelong changes their dynamic massively, and the Dogs midfield is scary. While our role playing recruits are great gets, we need organic growth to take that next step and it's hard to predict how that will look.
 

Janus

Guardian of the Duat
Sep 9, 2007
21,798
53,665
Portland, Oregon
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Other Teams
Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bulls
m8 you know you support Port Adelaide right? Even if we go undefeated with a percentage of 200%, they'll still find a way to name Cam Guthrie or some other Vic spud before they ever give us 6 AA's.
All Australian teams are based on being elite statistically in the position. I think Wines will be the best inside mid in the competition this year, Aliir will be the best CHB in the competition, Byrne-Jones will go to an even higher level at half back with Aliir in the side, Butters will have a Wingard 2015 type year and slot in at half forward flank, Fantasia will have a great year and fit into a pocket and Boak will end up being the AA captain.

If we're going to win the flag, we will have 5-6 AA's.
 

Us against the rest

Brownlow Medallist
Sep 26, 2012
14,125
18,974
Adelaide
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
1. Brisbane
2. Port Adelaide
3. Geelong
4. Richmond
5. West Coast
6. GWS
7. Melbourne
8. Bulldogs

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

GF & Premiers: Brisbane vs Port - Port Premiers
Wooden Spooner: North Melbourne
Brownlow: Olliver Wines
Coleman: Daniher
Power B&F: Oliver Wines
Power AA’s: Dixon-Fantasia-Gray
Power Most Improved: Pete Ladhams
Power Rising Star Nominees: Georgiades, Bergman, Jones.
 
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powermacs

Premiership Player
Jan 16, 2009
4,492
8,242
Heaps good
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Other Teams
Port Magpies, Bulls & Cricket Aus
All Australian teams are based on being elite statistically in the position. I think Wines will be the best inside mid in the competition this year, Aliir will be the best CHB in the competition, Byrne-Jones will go to an even higher level at half back with Aliir in the side, Butters will have a Wingard 2015 type year and slot in at half forward flank, Fantasia will have a great year and fit into a pocket and Boak will end up being the AA captain.

If we're going to win the flag, we will have 5-6 AA's.
We could finish top 5 games clear and we’d still only have 2 AA’s. It’s a media popularity contest and this is the year footy is BACK in Melbourne.
 

simba_

ask me how to use this space for advertising
Jun 2, 2009
13,805
10,032
50XX
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Other Teams
Liverpool, Utah Jazz, mew2king
1) Ports
2) Richmond
3) West Coast
4) Brisbane

5) Geelong
6) St. Kilda
7) Carlton
8) Sydney

GF: Port def. Rich by 38

Spoon: Melbourne
Brownlow: Boak

Positive: Umps put the whistles away
Negative: Famous death
 

jdeezy

Club Legend
Jul 6, 2013
2,436
6,116
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
If we're gonna take some shots in the dark I might as well go for it.

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

Premiers: Port defeat Brisbane
Brownlow: Stephen Coniglio
Coleman: Jeremy Cameron
Rising Star: Matt Rowell
Power AA's: Boak, Butters, Aliir (DBJ, Amon, Wines in the squad)
Power B&F: Amon
Power Most Improved: Willem Drew
Power Rising Stars: Bergman, Jones, Georgiadies

Headlines: Another one goes! Rutten joins Goodwin and Nicks on the coaching scrapheap.

Story that won't get told: AFL secretly fuming as "big Vic clubs fail to fill reduced capacity stadiums after poor on field performances.
 

FishingRick04

Brownlow Medallist
Sep 9, 2007
20,883
16,395
Adelaide
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Port
Bulldogs
Richmond
Brisbane
Geelong
GWS
Gold Coast
West Coast

premier Port
Brownlow Dangerfield
Coleman Daniher
Rising star from Sydney swans
AA Jonas (Capt) Wines, Gray, Boak
Port B n F Jonas
Rising star nominees Jones
Most improved SPP

nicks Nixed, another Crows coach fails
 

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