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Anyone got the list handy? Don’t have the herald sun here and interested to see it.

Some dark horses for me are…..
Hayden Young
Mitch Duncan
Noah Anderson
Tom Barrass
 
1. Patrick Cripps
2. Lachie Neale
3. Clayton Oliver
4. Jeremy Cameron
5. Tom Hawkins
6. Callum Mills
7. Christian Petracca
8. Andrew Brayshaw
9. Touk Miller
10. Tom Lynch
11. Darcy Moore
12. Steven May
13. Hugh McCluggage
14. Shai Bolton
15. Charlie Curnow
16. James Sicily
17. Chad Warner
18. Mark Blicavs
19. Tom Stewart
20. Connor Rozee
21. Jordan De Goey
22. Cam Guthrie
23. Jack Crisp
24. Isaac Heeney
25. Patrick Dangerfield
26. Josh Dunkley
27. Dion Prestia
28. Max Gawn
29. Scott Pendlebury
30. Tyson Stengle
31. Charlie Cameron
32. Brayden Maynard
33. Angus Brayshaw
34. Luke Parker
35. Sam Taylor
36. Sam Walsh
37. Tom Barrass
38. Marcus Bontempelli
39. Adam Saad
40. Brennan Cox
41. Jack Sinclair
42. Sam Docherty
43. Tom Liberatore
44. Daniel Rioli
45. Tom Atkins
46. Jeremy Howe
47. Liam Baker
48. Tom McCartin
49. Rory Laird
50. Nick Daicos
 
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Darcy Moore number one defender over Stewart?
 

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Anyone got the list handy? Don’t have the herald sun here and interested to see it.

Some dark horses for me are…..
Hayden Young
Mitch Duncan
Noah Anderson
Tom Barrass
8 Cats in the Top 50, but not Mitch Duncan - Cameron, Hawkins, Dangerfield, Guthrie, Blicavs, Stengle, Stewart, & Atkins.
 
I'm amazing that a drunken buffoon who struggles to put a sentence together has their opinion garner so much interest.

Especially one who openly admits not to not watching every game
 
I'm amazing that a drunken buffoon who struggles to put a sentence together has their opinion garner so much interest.

Especially one who openly admits not to not watching every game
Don't think he was drunk in 2022, and besides, he seems to have nailed it from my perspective. I'd maybe have switched Neale and Cripps around
 
1. Patrick Cripps
2. Lachie Neale
3. Clayton Oliver
4. Jeremy Cameron
5. Tom Hawkins
6. Callum Mills
7. Christian Petracca
8. Andrew Brayshaw
9. Touk Miller
10. Tom Lynch
11. Darcy Moore
12. Steven May
13. Hugh McCluggage
14. Shai Bolton
15. Charlie Curnow
16. James Sicily
17. Chad Warner
18. Mark Blicavs
19. Tom Stewart
20. Connor Rozee
21. Jordan De Goey
22. Cam Guthrie
23. Jack Crisp
24. Isaac Heeney
25. Patrick Dangerfield
26. Josh Dunkley
27. Dion Prestia
28. Max Gawn
29. Scott Pendlebury
30. Tyson Stengle
31. Charlie Cameron
32. Brayden Maynard
33. Angus Brayshaw
34. Luke Parker
35. Sam Taylor
36. Sam Walsh
37. Tom Barrass
38. Marcus Bontempelli
39. Adam Saad
40. Brennan Cox
41. Jack Sinclair
42. Sam Docherty
43. Tom Liberatore
44. Daniel Rioli
45. Tom Atkins
46. Jeremy Howe
47. Liam Baker
48. Tom McCartin
49. Rory Laird
50. Nick Daicos

First thing that jumps out is Warner seems way too high and Bont seems way too low.
 
Shai Bolton at 14? Should be top 3.
Hawkins and McLuggage way too high.
 

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Lol at people giving Robbo s**t for not watching every minute of every game. There are few if any sportscasters or media figures who would do that. They would pick the bones out of the schedule and watch 5-6 games in their entirety and check various sources to find the stories or points of interest from the matches they don’t see

For a single season list I don’t see much wrong with it
 
Swap Heeney and Parker IMO. Parker easily the more consistent performer this year. Heeney’s best is brilliant but he just doesn’t do it enough to be in the top half of the list.
 
Shai Bolton at 14? Should be top 3.
Hawkins and McLuggage way too high.
Bolton at 14 is about right IMO. Definitely not Top 3 on output, but on potential maybe. But this is not a Top 50 based on potential

Robbo's rationale for Hawkins "...He keeps marking the ball and kicking goals and giving them off. Ranked No.1 of all key forwards for score assists, score involvement and forward 50 marks"

Happy to swap McLuggage with Bolton if that makes you happy
 
Lol at people giving Robbo s**t for not watching every minute of every game. There are few if any sportscasters or media figures who would do that. They would pick the bones out of the schedule and watch 5-6 games in their entirety and check various sources to find the stories or points of interest from the matches they don’t see

For a single season list I don’t see much wrong with it
What can someone realistically watch with intertwining games? 6? 7 out of 9?
I don’t think Robbo would watch 6 games a week
 
What can someone realistically watch with intertwining games? 6? 7 out of 9?
I don’t think Robbo would watch 6 games a week

Id bet most commentators and talking heads watching 2 to 4 games per week tops. Would love to know what they actually do. Like how many games do they sit at home and watch, or is it just the ones they call.
 
Id bet most commentators and talking heads watching 2 to 4 games per week tops. Would love to know what they actually do. Like how many games do they sit at home and watch, or is it just the ones they call.
I just want to know what it is Kelli Underwood does and why they couldn’t just have anyone from bigfooty do it instead because let’s face facts 90% of us would do a better job
 
Here's Dwayno's Top 10 for 2022:

1 - Jeremy Cameron (Geelong)

  • Kicked 65 goals.
  • Won the premiership.
  • Won the Cats’ best and fairest (alongside Cam Guthrie).
  • Made the All-Australian team at centre-half forward.
  • Polled 19 Brownlow votes.
2 - Clayton Oliver (Melbourne)

  • Won Melbourne’s best and fairest.
  • Topped the league for most disposals.
  • Made the All-Australian team in the centre.
  • Polled 25 Brownlow votes.
3 - Lachie Neale (Brisbane)

  • Won Brisbane’s best and fairest.
  • Made the All-Australian team as rover.
  • Polled 28 Brownlow votes (to finish second).
4 - Patrick Cripps (Carlton)

  • Won the Brownlow Medal.
  • Won Carlton’s best and fairest.
  • Made the All-Australian team as ruck-rover and vice-captain.
5 - Christian Petracca (Melbourne)

  • Finished second in Melbourne’s best and fairest.
  • Topped the league for goal assists and inside 50s.
  • Polled 24 Brownlow votes.
  • Made the All-Australian team on the half-forward flank.
6 - Shai Bolton (Richmond)

  • Kicked 43 goals.
  • Finished equal fourth in Richmond’s best and fairest.
  • Polled 12 Brownlow votes.
  • Made the All-Australian team on the half-forward flank.
7 - Steven May (Melbourne)

  • Finished third in Melbourne’s best and fairest.
  • Was second in the league for rebound 50s.
  • Made the All-Australian team at centre-half back.
8 - Tom Hawkins (Geelong)

  • Kicked 67 goals (the most in the league after finals).
  • Won the premiership.
  • Topped the league for score involvements and was second for goal assists.
  • Made the All-Australian team as full-forward and captain.
9 - Touk Miller (Gold Coast)

  • Won Gold Coast’s best and fairest.
  • Polled 27 Brownlow votes to finish third.
  • Made the All-Australian team on a wing.
10 - Callum Mills (Sydney)

  • Won Sydney’s best and fairest.
  • Polled 21 Brownlow votes.
  • Made the All-Australian team on a wing.
 
I just want to know what it is Kelli Underwood does and why they couldn’t just have anyone from bigfooty do it instead because let’s face facts 90% of us would do a better job

Id say 90% of BF could do as good/bad, or a better job than 90% of the commentators. As long as they werent calling their team's game.
 
Shai Bolton at 14? Should be top 3.
Hawkins and McLuggage way too high.
Bolton is a top 10, but needs to be more consistent to move in to the best player in the comp conversation, which is what top 3 would mean.
 

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