Fyfe (2015) vs. Dangerfield (2016) vs. Marin (2017)

Discussion in 'Polls Board' started by Elite Master, Sep 29, 2017.

Put it out there
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Which player had the best season

  1. Nathan Fyfe (2015)

    33.1%
  2. Patrick Dangerfield (2016)

    23.9%
  3. Dustin Martin (2017)

    42.9%
  1. Racing line

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    No its not how its done. I wasn't combining dangers years i was simply replacing dustys year with another year from danger for the purposes of a seperate comparison.
     

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  2. bkozican

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    That 2015 Fyfe was something else
     
  3. Jcpdragonx

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    I'd rather compare Dangerfield 2017 instead of 16. Danger was unanimously the best player in 2016 but his 2017 was better.

    Danger kicked 45 goals, what midfielder that gets 30 touches a game has been close to that of recent times? Fyfe kicked 17.

    H&A Season - Danger (2017), Fyfe (2015), Martin (2017)

    Entire Season then Dusty, mostly because of the disgraceful performance by danger in the quarter final.
     
  4. Lach72

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    Martin's year was the best.
    Fyfe's first half of 2015 was better but he got injured and limped through the rest
     
  5. Schauermann

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    Hard to split, but probably would be easy when Fyfe had played a full season at early 2015 level. Hopefully he will do it next year but I am not confident.