Taken in isolation having 17 contested possessions and 2 goals is a very good game.
We do mark him hard, give those stats to a fringe player and we would screaming about what a great game it was. I know watching it on telly it didn't seem like Danger was anywhere near the best. I actually was thinking at the time that perhaps Danger was getting an SC point each time the Cats whacked into him!
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I went to the game and was not checking scores, on the way home I was thinking 'Gee, Dangerfield had a quiet night' (credit to Guthrie for not giving him an inch with his first tagging role). Opened up the SC scores to notice he was sitting top of the table with Sauce!
I guess it goes to show how valuable contested possessions are to SC scores (as well as Rowsus' RAMP Brownlow model!).
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I reckon I should look at how SC scores are put together one day. LOL
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Agree on the essendon votes....no way danger in votes....clear cut selwood3 johnson2 bartel1
Hey Rowsus, just wondering why the order of players in the RAMP and Fraction Quartered can sometimes differ? E.g. Dangerfield getting 2 votes in the RAMP votes, but being the 4th best according to the fraction quartered. Is there a different formula used for the two? If so, why the use of two different formulas?