Oppo Camp Non Giants AFL discussion

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General Giant

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So if we manage to knock the Swans off we play the Cats. I like that match up with a few important players going down for them in Stewart and now O’Connor out of their backline


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Could go two ways.
Either they implode or they get fired up from this game.

I’m not getting ahead of myself regarding tomorrow’s game though, just saying.
 

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Not quite what Jezza Cameron thought he was getting himself into?
Maybe Geelong sold him promises around " We will get good players as free agents", as I am confused as to why Jeremy went there given the list profile of Geelong. They could yet win 3 in a row to win the flag, stranger things have happened.
Surely they can't play as badly again. Even Dangerfield looked slow, henderson only ever dropped that many sitters when playing as a forward for Carlton in 2010/2011.
 

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Maybe Geelong sold him promises around " We will get good players as free agents", as I am confused as to why Jeremy went there given the list profile of Geelong. They could yet win 3 in a row to win the flag, stranger things have happened.
Surely they can't play as badly again. Even Dangerfield looked slow, henderson only ever dropped that many sitters when playing as a forward for Carlton in 2010/2011.
Jezza will be 29 at the start of next year and might be forced to be part of a rebuild instead...
 

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Maybe Geelong sold him promises around " We will get good players as free agents", as I am confused as to why Jeremy went there given the list profile of Geelong. They could yet win 3 in a row to win the flag, stranger things have happened.
Surely they can't play as badly again. Even Dangerfield looked slow, henderson only ever dropped that many sitters when playing as a forward for Carlton in 2010/2011.
They did run second through home and away. Let's not right them off yet.
I reckon this year is over, but they're still a good side.
 

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Watching the replay between Melbourne and Geelong. I think this is the first game I've watched with Jeremy in Cats' colours and I keep getting a weird vomit taste in my mouth.
Yeah I still struggle watching him out there. He is already a cult hero out there :( I miss him


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Geelong look shot.
If we get through tomorrow it opens right up.
With Sydney injuries, things are going our way.
Im starting to dream.
Who needs a Cameron when you have a HOOOGGGAAAANNN

I know you can’t replace Jezza. But let’s be honest, when the sticky tape holds, Hogan is good for 2-4 goals per game. That was jezza average.


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Who needs a Cameron when you have a HOOOGGGAAAANNN

I know you can’t replace Jezza. But let’s be honest, when the sticky tape holds, Hogan is good for 2-4 goals per game. That was jezza average.


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Our forward line has better synergy with Hogan compared to Jezza despite Jezza being better
 

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With Port and Geelong, the margin might have been surprising, but the game was won by the higher placed team which had scored more points during the season. It's not unusual at this time of year.
 

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