Lead to stay-at-home forwards returning or was this just a nice blast from the past for an older footballer watcher. Heading towards my 40s, I still remember the good old days when you had Dunstall/Lockett/Ablett/Modra et al kicking goals week in week out. Dangerfield, due to injury, was basically kept in the F50 from about midway through the 1st qtr. He didn't track up the field like most forwards do these days, he stayed close to goal and caused a truckload of problems for Hawthorn's defence in the process. Richmond has done this a few times with Martin, though not sure he's stayed as deep. So the question, could the forced tactic from Geelong see a return of the stay at home Full forward and maybe see some big personal goal tallies come back, or was this just a one-off and it's success largely resulting from a gun player against an inexperienced backline?