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Discussion in 'Melbourne Demons' started by pjfairbairn, Feb 4, 2016.

  1. Fork n Hell

    Fork n Hell Team Captain

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    Dont forget Clarry came in and hit the ground running but Petracca had his knee then his toe injuries in his first 2 years so had a couple of setbacks to his fitness base early on. I expect with another preseason under his belt this year he will stay involved in the midfield for longer periods then go forward for a rest and kick a few lazy goals at full forward every game.
     
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  2. Tulip

    Tulip Hall of Famer

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    Worth another go at the halfway mark of the year. Suspect it'll look different again at the end of the season.
    1. Oliver
    2. Hogan
    3. Gawn
    4. T.McDonald
    5. Viney
    6. Jetta
    7. Hibberd
    8. Jones
    9. Brayshaw
    10. O.McDonald
    11. Lever
    12. Petracca
    13. Melksham
    14. Lewis
    15. Salem
    16. Neal-Bullen
    17. Fritsch
    18. Garlett
    19. Tyson
    20. Vince
    21. Hunt
    22. Harmes
    23. Hannan
    24. Pedersen
    25. Spargo
    26. Frost
    27. Weideman
    28. Kent
    29. Bugg
    30. Stretch
    31. J.Smith
    32. Wagner
    33. T.Smith
    34. vandenBerg
    I'm not giving up on the guys out the picture yet, on talent they're up there, but they've fallen far.

    Anyone's guess from there.
     
  3. schmuttt

    schmuttt Premium Platinum

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    Hogan has been our best player this year imo, but can understand arguments for Gawn/Oliver.
     
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  4. Gysberts2Bate

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    Hogan easily number one at this stage. Ridiculous having Trac outside the top 5
     
  5. Fork n Hell

    Fork n Hell Team Captain

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    i would also have Hogan on top but there's not much wrong there imo. I could swap a few around a bit but that would just be nit picking.
     
  6. Dancing Potato

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    Hogan has probably been our best so far but if using the OP's criteria of 'most important for the season ahead' Gawn is number one for me.

    The drop in quality between Gawn and whoever his replacement would be is just so damn severe. Like...off a cliff levels of severe.
     
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  7. pjfairbairn

    pjfairbairn Club Legend

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    For current impact, Trac isn't in the top 10...
     
  8. Gysberts2Bate

    Gysberts2Bate Brownlow Medallist

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    I thought the premise of the thread was importance, not current impact.
     
  9. Daemon

    Daemon Team Captain

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    No arguments from me. I agree with your top 10, probably just shifting furniture with a couple e.g. Gawn and Oliver swap, swap Viney with OMac (the rock). Such a solid team at the moment. Oh I'd also switch around Melksham with Lever, he's been immense and deserves some recognition.
     
  10. Dancing Potato

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    I think it was for the season, not further ahead than that?

    Trac isn't tracking (yeah I went there) in the top 5 this year for importance to our end of season result.
     
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  11. Gysberts2Bate

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    Fair enough, then. Wouldn’t have him too far out though, and if the AFL came to Goodwin at the end of the year and said they’re dissolving our list and we can only keep 5 players you can bet Trac would be one of them
     

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  12. Tulip

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    Definitely, but if I had to choose one of or Jones to play on Monday for a guaranteed good game I would choose Jones.
     
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  13. Gysberts2Bate

    Gysberts2Bate Brownlow Medallist

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    Yeah I misunderstood. I probably agree, but I’d also be nervous that if I don’t pick Trac I’d be missing out on him pulling out a game like QB last year
     
  14. stretcharmstrong

    stretcharmstrong Norm Smith Medallist

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    Gawn
    ...
    TMac
    Viney
    Claz
    Hogan
    Jones
    ...
    Hubbard
    Jetta
    Omac
    Brayshaw
    Melksham
    Protractor
    ...
    Throw a blanket over 10
    ...
    Throw a blanket over the rest
     
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  15. Simon_Says

    Simon_Says Premium Gold

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    Does form carry in into this?
    Or Rep?
    Looking at it unbiasedly my analysis would go as follows


    Hogan
    Gawn
    TMac
    Clarry
    Jones
    Jetta
    Omac
    Angus Brayshaw
    Pig Hibbo

    Viney
    NIB
    Salem
    *Lever (If Lever was still on the park, without a doubt he belongs in the top of this ranking with the above guys)
    Bern
    Melksham

    Spargo
    Hannan (Its hard to seperate the middle section especially these guys)
    Harmes
    Fritta

    Lewis
    Track


    Joel Smith
    Dom Tyson
    Tim Smith
    Frost
    Hunt
    Stretch
    Choofta
    Pedo
    Wagner
    Jeffy
    Bugg
    AVB

    The above mention guys in the bottom QRT of the list, its obviously going to be harder to rank them when they haven't had the time in the game.
     
  16. Tempy Tiger

    Tempy Tiger Premiership Player

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    Why? He just flashes in and out of the play. I like Tulips list and he isn’t even in the top 10!
    His ceiling is very high but he isn’t dominating matches right now, he’s showing glimpses.
     
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