Taking notes of policy re: bikini/lingerie images
- May 26, 2017
- AFL Club
- Port Adelaide
- Other Teams
- Grêmio, DC United, Indians (MLB)
Our game plan is proactive. When we are off, everything falls apart. When the opposition manages to beat our pressure, everything falls apart.How have the latest round of rule changes fundamentally changed the game from last year to the extent our recruiting and game plan are obsolete?
Are tall forwards now redundant? Are small forwards now worthless? Tall athletic intercept defenders are now a liability? Because one player has to stand still on the mark is across the ground defence in ruins?
The rule changes amount to a player on the mark standing still until play on is called, a few less interchanges a quarter and 5 extra meters on a kick in. Has that substantially changed the fabric of the game in one off season?
Did the rule changes force us to show no hunger, pressure, hunt and intensity from the opening bounce? The very things Ken called for when discussing the game before the opening bounce.
Post hoc, ergo propter hoc. We had a stinker against West Coast. It's happened to the best of teams in Perth and will again. It doesn't mean the rule changes have left our entire football philosophy in ruins.
Maybe we could blame 5G or robot pigeons?
We have seen it a lot before. This game showed nothing new.