The pathway(s?) is starting to become more clear. Under a hypothetical situation where we beat the Lions tomorrow night, we would only need Melbourne to beat GWS OR Hawthorn to beat the Dogs to keep the dream alive. If both results occurred then that's even better but at least one will do. Then it's just up to us to beat the Pies.We’ve just gotta keep winning. Hopefully Sydney get the win tonight
West Coast to beat Saints
Geelong or Richmond
North Melbourne to beat Fremantle
Port Adelaide to beat Essendon
Melbourne to best GWS
Adelaide to beat Carlton
Hawthorn to beat Western Bulldogs
Brisbane to beat Sydney
GCS to beat Collingwood
Gives us a fantastic opportunity to jump to 11th tomorrow night and keeps Carlton out of the finals picture.
Same , I prefer to look at the increasing percentage and attacking football , this year just too early could end up false hope like Melbourne , one year top 8 and then go to ........We’ve exceeded my expectations already by not getting the spoon. Next year (god willing with lack of injuries) we really make our move.
Happy Dew did not revert Weller back to HB when thing don't go well and keep Bowes there. His tackle,speed , kicking and goal is more valuable playing mid/HF. Playing him HB make him look like lite version of Habrow and his kicking also not that great compare to playing mid/HF.percentage is always a huge tell, if you get 6 wins but have a percentage of 75% you have either scrapped in for a win or got blown off the park. We are consistently in games, and even when we played like dogshit we don't get blown off the park. And we win well when we do, signs of a good team
The actual % might be a bit misleading this year with the shorter quarters.Any team who increases their % from 60 to 100+ has had a good year....and it's the stepping stone needed for the future.
Actually that's something I hadn't consideredI’m just happy that we’re at the back end of the season and I still look forward to watching Suns games.
Cant say that’s ever happened before.