Oh yeah, we were definitely a bit flat, let them play their game, and didn't take our chances when we had them, but sometimes credit needs to be given to the opposition.We were pretty average and gave them way too much space to work with.
Geelong look a bit off too, but Dogs are definitely playing slick footy tonight.
Right but why even bother trying to make finals when we just accept 7 teams are better than us anyway?
We almost did v Carlton too. All are pretty flakey sides who are prone to the odd disaster quarter or two. Dogs was more of a slow grind by the cats of a couple of goals each quarter.man wonder how many 6 goal leads get run down in a normal season vs this year. 2 in 2 days and pretty sure saints gave up 6 goal leads twice this year.
Yeah but we were playing sh*t football at that point lucky to hang on. Despite last week I think the way we are playing now we probably maintain a comfortable lead.We almost did v Carlton too. All are pretty flakey sides who are prone to the odd disaster quarter or two. Dogs was more of a slow grind by the cats of a couple of goals each quarter.
I don't know why I'm still watching.Lol norf.
He was, but couldn't get a regular game during their 3peat so left.I don't know why I'm still watching.
Was thinking about a story dermie said about getting rid of heart and soul players of your club. In Hawthorn's case was Dean Anderson who was devastated to leave the hawks. Watching his son out there gee must sting a bit knowing he could have been a hawk. Oh well hindsight.