Ep. 17 - Carlton’s Perth Triumph, Collingwood's Strategic Masterstroke & More!

AFL from LA

12-07-2023 • 5 minutos

https://youtu.be/u61NiiUpbCc What does it mean when a team can lose hit outs 70-18, 20 of those to advantage, and still win clearances and the game? AFL fans, help this American understand what she's missing. Welcome back to AFL from LA. I'm your host, Cindye. I am standing outside of CBS Television City. The list of shows that have been filmed here are way too many to mention, but I will tell you that the Price is Right shot here for 52 years, up until last month. Richmond v Sydney The Tigers proved that accuracy is overrated, kicking at 43% and beating the Swans by 13 points. The Tigers couldn't match the Tigers in the second half. They got smashed in clearances and handled the wet about as well as a laptop. They won just one center clearance in the second half. What's up with that? The Tigers sit just two points out of the eight. A position more coveted than the last beer at a barbie. And with games coming up against the Eagles and Hawthorn, the Tiger Army could be on the march in September. Except they're going to be without Nankervis for at least three weeks. His hit on Lloyd was worse than De Goey's on Hewett. What the hell was the big Nank thinking? The Tigers have the Dees and the Bulldogs in the next month, which means Brodie Grundy, Max Gawn, and Tim English. And without big Nank facing them, finals for Richmond could be a pipe dream. Sure glad I'm not Big Nank trying to get a coffee on Punt Road right now.  Western Bulldogs v Collingwood Collingwood discovered yet another way to win. Lead in the second half. When questioned about the Pie's new innovative strategy, a Bulldogs representative said, We're also thinking about trying this new lead in the second half strategy. It could work better than our current one of celebrating each goal as if we just won the game. The Bulldogs came out snarling, kicking 3.1 from their first 7 inside 50s. The Pies eventually scored after 20 minutes thanks to Jamie Elliott. Funny, I think Jamie Elliott would have an easier time scoring. Things went off the rails for the Dogs when they coughed up six goals to one in the third. Things went off the rail for Rory Lobb when he showed up at Marvel. He amassed zero goals, zero marks, and nine disposals, none of which were from inside 50. I mean, what do he and Bevo talk about during the week? Besides that he looks so much better with his natural hair color. Daicos's N and J were great. Shocking. As were Markov, Pendles, and De Goey. But hottie of the week was Isaac Quaynor, whose intercepting across halfback was... spectacular. The Pies are now a lock for top two and maybe even the flag. You think Round 19 between the Pies and Port's gonna be big. Wait till Round 28, the Grand Final.  St Kilda v Melbourne Melbourne defeated St. Kilda despite being outnumbered by the Saints medical staff. Talk about a war zone. Max King lasted about as long as a Hollywood marriage. Then Seb Ross and Zaine Cordy quickly followed. I heard Jobe Watson say after the game, The Dees won off the back of their ability to defend. Because saying they won off the back of the opposition being down three men, just wouldn't sound as smart. Christian Pertracca, who had kicked 12.9 for the season and 0.4 in last week's game, obviously changed his acupuncturist this week, nailing four straight from his 20 disposals. The Trac was awesome. If he can keep going forward and score, he's going into Dusty territory. It was great to see Jack Steele back to his best for the Saints. As well as Wanganeen-Millera continuing to shine. But for my U. S. dollars, no Saint was sexier than Rowan Marshall. The Dees are now one game clear in fourth spot. While the Saints are fifth, level with the Bulldogs with a slew of teams breathing down their necks. I loved their spirit against the Dees. But if anyone's gonna drop out of the eight, I think it's gonna be them.  Fremantle v Carlton It was the Blue's third straight win by more than 50 points.

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