It’s hard to predict, with the team they have, if the Tigers are capable of making it beyond the first final within the next five to seven years, but one thing is for certain: if there was ever a time for Martin to call it quits with the Tigers, his time
It's been a difficult season to figure out, a season where any team on any day can win. It's bewildering. And it's also awesome. So we decided to sit down and figure it all out.
The 2017 AFL Quarter Season Awards: Bontempelli wins the Brownlow, Swans will play finals and Buckley is Gone-Gone-Gone
Don your favourite threads, roll out the red carpet and sit back because we've got 16 annoyingly early-season awards to dish out.
After six games, Oliver is becoming much more than just your average second-year player: he's demonstrating Brownlow Medal qualities and could become the next AFL superstar.
Daniher has largely been that player that battled with consistency or mental lapses with kicking for goal but his days of mediocrity and dropping sitters may be very well behind him.
Their 0-4 start is the first time since 1993 the Swans have started the season with four consecutive losses. No side with the same record has made the finals since the top-eight system was introduced.
The Showdowns have evolved from a niche South Australian sporting antagonism to an all-engrossing obsession by two clubs, something that plays out like a bruising, pressure-filled, Grand Final, but twice a year, and every season.
In the past two years it appears racism at football matches is a growing trend, where a small percentage of fans seem to think calling someone an ape is what football fans do these days.