Prediction Ladder Prediction 2021

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Comeonden

Senior List
Jul 24, 2017
293
288
AFL Club
Adelaide
Brisbane
Geelong
Richmond
Port
Bulldogs
West coast
Gws
Saints

Carlton
Collingwood
Freo
Gold coast
Melbourne
Sydney
Essendon
Hawks
Adelaide
North
 

filthythilthy

Draftee
Jan 5, 2021
13
16
AFL Club
Adelaide
1. Richmond
2. Geelong
3. Brisbane
4. Port
5. West Coast
6. Bulldogs
7. Collingwood
8. Melbourne
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9. Carlton
10. Saints
11. GWS
12. Gold Coast
13. Freo
14. Adelaide
15. Hawthorn
16. Sydney
17. Essendon
18. North Melbourne
 

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Jcpdragonx

Brownlow Medallist
Sep 19, 2010
11,939
12,716
Adelaide
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Lakers, Chiefs
Brisbane
Geelong
Saints
Port
Richmond
Fremantle
Carlton
Bulldogs

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West Coast
Melbourne
GWS
Colllingwood
Gold Coast
Sydney
Essendon
Adelaide
Hawthorn
North
 

Crow_68

Club Legend
Oct 15, 2005
2,455
3,122
Adelaide
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Adelaide
Okay, let’s see if I can top last year

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

PCORF

Premiership Player
Jul 3, 2007
4,975
1,644
AFL Club
Adelaide
I think we'll see a similar ladder this season.

1. Geelong
2. Brisbane Lions
3. Richmond
4. St Kilda
5. Port Adelaide
6. West Coast
7. Collingwood
8. Melbourne

9. Hawthorn
10. Western Bulldogs
11. Fremantle
12. Essendon
13. Carlton
14. Gold Coast Suns
15. GWS Giants
16. Sydney Swans
17. Adelaide
18. North Melbourne
 

footy4ever

Brownlow Medallist
Mar 23, 2008
21,014
25,819
Adelaide
AFL Club
Adelaide
1. Brisbane
2. Richmond
3. Port
4. Geelong
5. West Coast
6. St Kilda
7. Bulldogs
8. Collingwood

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



( Winner winner chicken dinner)
 

benji2

Club Legend
May 19, 2011
2,007
1,682
Canberra
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Glenelg, Sheffield Wednesday
1. Richmond
2. Brisbane
3. Port
4. Western Bulldogs
5. Geelong
6. St Kilda
7. Fremantle
8. Carlton
9. West Coast
10. Gold Coast
11. Collingwood
12. Sydney
13. GWS
14. Melbourne
15. Hawthorn
16. Adelaide
17. Essendon
18. North
 

TubbsFarquhar

Hall of Famer
Jan 18, 2009
43,182
53,229
I Don't Know
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Chelsea, Sturt
1. Brisbane
2. Richmond
3. Port Adelaide
4. St Kilda
5. Geelong
6. Bulldogs
7. Fremantle
8. Carlton

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

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Truck25

Club Legend
Nov 9, 2007
1,855
3,224
adelaide
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Portland Trailblazers
1. Richmond
2. Port
3. Brisbane
4. Geelong
5. West Coast
6. Bulldogs
7. Saints
8. Melbourne
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9. Carlton
10. Collingwood
11. GWS
12. Gold Coast
13. Freo
14. Sydney
15. Adelaide
16. Hawthorn
17. Essendon
18. North Melbourne
 

pjcrows

Hall of Famer
Sep 10, 2004
31,217
46,156
Adelaide
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Minnesota Vikings
Port 18-4
Geelong 17-5
Brisbane 17-5
Bulldogs 15-7
Richmond 15-7
West Coast 14-8
St Kilda 14-8
Gold Coast 13-9

Fremantle 12-10
Melbourne 12-10
Carlton 11-11
Collingwood 11-11
Sydney 9-13
GWS 9-13
Essendon 8-14
Hawthorn 7-15
North Melbourne 5-17
Adelaide 4-18
 

The Smith Revolution

Team Captain
Oct 1, 2004
376
479
The Bay
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Adelaide
Richmond
Port
Geelong
Collingwood
Brisbane
West coast
Bulldogs
Saints

Melbourne
Fremantle
Carlton
Essendon
Hawthorn
Sydney
Gold Coast
GWS
North
Us


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kulak

Premiership Player
May 16, 2006
3,826
5,038
Sydney!!!
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
GWS
1. Brisbane

14-3 minor round last year. Just added Joe Daniher.

2. Geelong

They are old but they just added Jeremy Cameron, Isaac Smith and Shaun Higgins.

3. Richmond

Key players like Riewoldt (32) and Cotchin (31), Houli (33) and Edwards (32) will are ageing and on the way down. Will be thereabouts but can see them shaded by a team with their core in their prime eg Brisbane. Why do they never have any injuries.

4. Port Adelaide

They will improve from Fantasia and Aliir, and development from Butterss and Duursma. But Gray Boak and Dixon are key players now all 30+. I think their top 2 chances depend on Rozee, he's the one who can be a matchwinner against quality opposition when it counts, but he has a weird foot issue nobody has seen before.

5. Collingwood

Pendlebury is 33. Sidebottom is 30 with calf issues. Treloar is gone. Adams has a hamstring. Could fall apart. Could dominate with De Goey in the middle. I choose to believe the remaining players will have faith in Bucks, think Eddie was hard done by, and want to stick it to the haters. Also they do have a few pretty good young developing players like Daicos and Quaynor.

6. Melbourne

Surely they will be good again this year. Gawn Petracca Oliver will beat most midfields. Pickett's pressure and Lever's intercepts will be like AFC 2017 all over again. Weideman and Brown injured might be a blessing, I think they would be better suited to a McDonald, Jackson + pressure forward line.

7. Western Bulldogs

Bontempelli Macrae Liberatore Treloar Dunkley is a lot of inside midfielders. Naughton is injured again. They need the West Coast 05-06 game plan of just running upfield handballing to each other in a rolling scrum.

8. Essendon

Should improve. Daniher and Fantasia out but they never played anyway. Caldwell in, Heppell fit. One coach is better than two.

9. St Kilda

I don't like adding Crouch to Steele in the midfield, too similar, not sure he will improve them that much. Likely unbeatable in wet weather at night. But for a warm dry September afternoon it would have been better to add more outside skill and pressure. Hunter Clark and Max King will carry them to wins but not sure if it's this year.

10. Carlton

Might be quite good if they could get a clear run with injury. They won't

11. West Coast

2019 and 2020 seasons heavily injury affected. Now Shuey hamstring, Yeo OP, Kennedy calf, Kelly thumb. I want to back them but with constant injury struggles it's tough.

12. Sydney

I have a feeling this is the year they start their gradual ascent back up the ladder. McDonald and Cambell both very impressive. I like McDonald for 20-30 goals and rising star contender. McDonald McDonald

13. GWS

Lost Cameron and Williams who were both genuine stars. Feels weird to predict this low of a finish for a team with Kelly Whitfield Coniglio Greene Taranto Perryman Hopper Haynes. But they are just so thin now and their coach is, unbelievably, still Leon Cameron

14. Fremantle

Want to be positive but they have 100 players on the injury list.

15. Gold Coast

Top 8 assuming Rowell plays full season. Bottom 4 if he misses. It's Gold Coast so something will go wrong.

16. Hawthorn

The list is not coherent. The midfield of workhorses needs a forward line with frantic ground level pressure to trap the ball in and get repeat entries. Not sure it suits the way Clarko wants to play either.

17. North Melbourne

Now run by Champion Data, they drafted 2 inside midfielders and have moved Ziebell to rebounding defender. Corr is quality, injury permitting.

18. Adelaide

Hopeless. O'Brien Sloane Crouch Laird is a strong centre square who will often win in the middle. Our statuesque forward line of Walker, Frampton and Fogarty will watch the opposition's intercept defender take a free mark and stroll away. Our inexperienced key defenders will try their best and fail anyway against the flood of pressure-free entries coming their way.
 
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