- Aug 29, 2010
- AFL Club
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- Winnipeg Jets
But if you are planning to play Weid as the 2nd ruck them him and Hogan are both leading on the wing. If there is a stoppage on the wing where are they positioned?Agree that wing is not the answer.
He’s a tall forward with a big tank - get him involved up the field and back into the fifty.
He does need to simplify his game a little, get back to basics
Gawn rucks. Tmac deep.
So you have both Hogan and Weid within 70m of each other? If Tmac is at 30m from goal and Weid is 50m from goal then Hogan is standing too close to the contest to be a marking option and therefore becomes a mid. I just don't see how this makes us more dangerous.
In the eras previous when you used the whole ground the roaming CHF was fine, in the era when everyone stands within 80m of the ball then 3 is too many for me as one is not getting involved in the air and won't contribute as much on the ground.
With the 666 next year after every goal we will either have a 3 man tall forward line which is too tall for a clearance or we have one of them standing on the wing and they will lose their man in transition. Plus Hogan vs Isaac Smith can't work out well for us.