Norm Smith Medallist
- Oct 10, 2013
- AFL Club
End of next year Treloar will sit in behind Pendlebury DeGoey and AdamsI think that since the thread was created, a fair bit has changed. Pendles has struggled with injury while Danger has gone from strength to strength.
Pendles is a player that oozes class. Danger is a crash-and-bash, burst from the pack specialist whom when is on, which is most weeks, impacts games like few others ever have.
I think given there's three years between them, with Pendles nearing the end, it's safe to say that Danger's peak has been higher than Pendles' peak.
I'm not sure if Pendles will get back to his best; quite frankly, I think moving forward Treloar will be the Pies' best mid if he isn't already considered that.
Danger is one rung above Treloar and doesn't look like slowing down just yet. It will be interesting to see how Danger copes once his body starts ageing a little.
If Danger has a huge finals and continues on the way he's playing for the next few years, there'll be little debate as to whom is better by the time both have retired.
So, Danger for mine and comfortably so.