The flavour of the month last year was tight defence. But this year the top defensive teams of 2013 (Freo, Swans and Tigers) have had their defences blown asunder by good attacking sides.
Blues to get pounded by COLLINGWOOD.
Buckles is comfortable with the vicissitudes of the modern game, whereas Mick is stuck in 2010 mode. Also Pendles is hot.
HAWTHORN’ll attack the Saints from the get go and keep on truckin to gain % to get on top.
Hawks have a multitude of attacking options and Saints a singular only one uno.
Gr We Sy are still learning and way undergunned against the current top scoring team PORT.
CROWS’ll lambast the tryinghard Dees. Adelaide is generating big attacking muscles
BOMBERS must beat the Bulldogs to stay in touch with the eight. A toss up.
The Doggies have a more potent forward set up, but Bombers have some good attacking players coming back.
Lions have no chance against the SWANS – with or without Big Money Pants
IF Swans can get their attacking forwards on the park it should be fun to watch.
Not that it matters , big money pants has played just seven games and is subbed out injured. 201 games to go big fella.
ROOS’ll win an tough game with the Suns. The winner will certainly make the top eight.
Both teams like to attack, but we will see who blinks first and drops a man back.
Cats to lose to the mighty TIGGEERRRSS. Fingers crossed, they’ll charge forward this week.
Have tigers gone vegan ??. names are the same, but they’re the Tigers of Old not the Tigers of Bold.
Eagles and FREEO. One team will fall upon the other and the other will fall apart. Which one?