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View Poll Results: Who are your top 3 for the brownlow after rd11 (after Fyfe's suspension)

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  • Titch 3.25

    3 50.00%
  • Dusty 5.50

    0 0%
  • Macrae 8.00

    2 33.33%
  • Gawn 12.00

    1 16.67%
  • Gaff 12.00

    3 50.00%
  • Cotchin 16.00

    0 0%
  • Cripps 18.00

    1 16.67%
  • Dangerfield 21.00

    2 33.33%
  • Treloar 23.00

    0 0%
  • Oliver 28.00

    0 0%
  • Grundy 34.00

    1 16.67%
  • JPK 34.00

    0 0%
  • Sidey 34.00

    0 0%
  • Selwood 41.00

    0 0%
  • Coniglio 41.00

    0 0%
  • Pendles 41.00

    0 0%
  • Ablett 41.00

    0 0%
  • Beams 41.00

    0 0%
  • Laird 41.00

    1 16.67%
  • Other

    0 0%
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    Current brownlow market following Fyfe's suspension.

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    Maybe a ruckman might win Charlie this year
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Acres View Post
    Maybe a ruckman might win Charlie this year
    I've gone back and checked the last 10 years to see how the best full time rucks have polled.

    2017: Winner Martin 36 votes, best ruck Jacobs 10.
    2016: Winner Dangerfield 35 votes, best ruck Gawn 16.
    2015: Winner Fyfe 31 votes, best ruck Goldy 18.
    2014: Winner Priddis 26 votes, best ruck Mumford 8.
    2013: Winner Ablett Jr 28 votes, best ruck Leuenberger 8.
    2012: Winner Cotchin & Mitchell 26 votes, best ruck Naitanui 10.
    2011: Winner Swan 34 votes, best ruck Cox 18.
    2010: Winner Judd 30 votes, best ruck Sandilands 20.
    2009: Winner Ablett Jr 30 votes, best ruck Sandilands 10.
    2008: Winner Cooney 24 votes, best ruck Sandilands 10.

    Lowest margin 10 points.
    Biggest margin 26 points.
    Average margin 17.2 points.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Acres View Post
    Maybe a ruckman might win Charlie this year
    Andrew Gaff
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    Quote Originally Posted by anfa18 View Post
    I've gone back and checked the last 10 years to see how the best full time rucks have polled.

    2017: Winner Martin 36 votes, best ruck Jacobs 10.
    2016: Winner Dangerfield 35 votes, best ruck Gawn 16.
    2015: Winner Fyfe 31 votes, best ruck Goldy 18.
    2014: Winner Priddis 26 votes, best ruck Mumford 8.
    2013: Winner Ablett Jr 28 votes, best ruck Leuenberger 8.
    2012: Winner Cotchin & Mitchell 26 votes, best ruck Naitanui 10.
    2011: Winner Swan 34 votes, best ruck Cox 18.
    2010: Winner Judd 30 votes, best ruck Sandilands 20.
    2009: Winner Ablett Jr 30 votes, best ruck Sandilands 10.
    2008: Winner Cooney 24 votes, best ruck Sandilands 10.

    Lowest margin 10 points.
    Biggest margin 26 points.
    Average margin 17.2 points.
    Great analysis!

    I'd love Gawn or Grundy to win it this year but it doesn't look good based on history.... I tell you what though, if you asked Goodwin, Buckley and any of their assistants who they can least afford to lose in 2018 and I don't reckon any of them would hesitate to say anything other than their Ruck.
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    Having a look at the market after Fyfe's suspension i reckon this is as open a brownlow as we've had in years. It's difficult to feel confident on any one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IDIG View Post
    Current brownlow market following Fyfe's suspension.

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    midfielders medal, yet no mention of Darling (maybe due to his injury) or Hogan in the Top 30
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbie66 View Post
    midfielders medal, yet no mention of Darling (maybe due to his injury) or Hogan in the Top 30
    I reckon they'd be more suited to top 5 or 10 markets or even to take their team markets.

    Fwiw both Darling and Hogan are $101.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IDIG View Post
    I reckon they'd be more suited to top 5 or 10 markets or even to take their team markets.

    Fwiw both Darling and Hogan are $101.
    you are probably right , wonder if Gaff gets enough Victoria media attention to win it , pure winger.

    Mitchell or Macrae at this stage or BBQ Treloar.

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    Here's a couple of counts i could find. Will post more as i find them.

    AFL Coaches Association
    51 Nat Fyfe FRE
    46 Patrick Cripps CARL
    45 Trent Cotchin RICH
    45 Max Gawn MELB
    42 Jack Darling WCE
    40 Jack Macrae WB
    40 Tom Mitchell HAW
    38 Steele Sidebottom COLL
    37 Andrew Gaff WCE
    35 Brodie Grundy COLL
    35 Dustin Martin RICH
    34 Rory Laird ADEL
    31 Ben Brown NMFC
    31 Jesse Hogan MELB
    30 Ben Cunnington NMFC
    30 Tom Phillips COLL
    30 Callum Sinclair SYD
    29 Dyson Heppell ESS
    28 Clayton Oliver MELB
    28 Tom Stewart GEEL


    The Age (looks like 5 players are given votes out of 10, most getting between 6-8)
    Andrew Gaff (West Coast) 64
    Rory Laird (Adelaide) 63
    Steele Sidebottom (Collingwood) 59
    Tom Mitchell (Hawthorn) 53
    Max Gawn (Melbourne) 52
    Nat Fyfe (Fremantle) 50
    Isaac Heeney (Sydney) 49
    Jack Macrae (Western Bulldogs) 48
    Dayne Beams (Brisbane Lions) 47
    Bryce Gibbs (Adelaide) 46
    Ben Cunnington (North Melbourne) 45
    Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood) 44
    Joel Selwood (Geelong) 44
    Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong) 42
    Trent Cotchin (Richmond) 40
    Dustin Martin (Richmond) 40
    Patrick Cripps (Carlton) 39
    Adam Treloar (Collingwood) 39
    Jesse Hogan (Melbourne) 38
    Shaun Higgins (North Melbourne) 38
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