Mofra’s Bottom 50 is a highlight of every AFL post-season and this year’s wrap has been as brutal as ever before.

Each year Bay 13 regular Mofra counts down the players who didn’t quite cut the mustard in that particular year. Those who fell a little short of expectations.

It’s ruthless. It’s uncompromising. It’s justified.

Here are the rules, direct from Mofra:

  • My listings are final. If you disagree with me, you are wrong.
  • The order is roughly sorted in some fluid manner.
  • Players with less than 20 games in total are excluded, although there is some small allowances given for extraordinary spudness in the face of battle – especially for players who have spent extra time in the AFL environment and/or were first round picks.
  • Players who have not played a senior game this year are excluded, and only in extraordinary spudness in the face of battle can this rule be broken (the “Colin Sylvia” rule).
  • Weightings have been granted for those who are over-rated, over paid, divers, are noted squibs and/or who are overtly Gen Z/Hipster.

So without any further adieu, here are the top 30 of the bottom 50 of 2017 (click through for their annual review):

30 – Mitch Honeychurch
29 – Dean Kent
28 – Billie Smedts
27 – Aaron Black
26 – Travis Cloke
25 – Jesse White
24 – Nick Suban
23 – Clay Smith
22 – Tom Hickey
21 – Brent Stanton
20 – Blaine Boekhorst
19 – Paddy McCartin
18 – Hayden Ballantyne
17 – Andrew Swallow
16 – Rhys Stanley
15 – Majak Daw
14 – Jimmy Toumpas
13 – Ben Lennon
12 – Josh Gibson
11 – Gary Rohan
The Players only saved by the fact they didn’t play a game 2017
10b – Josh Hill
10a – Chris Masten
9 – Jake Stringer
8 – Brett Deledio
7 – Josh Jenkins
6 – Gary Ablett Jnr
5 – Zac Dawson
4 – Tom Boyd
* – Jobe Watson
3 – Kurt Tippett
2 – Chris Mayne

So who does that leave at #1? There’s only one way to find out. Click below find out and discuss the bottom 50.

 

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