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Inside the Numbers Round 17 Wrap

Pete from goes inside the numbers you need to know this week.

With 6 games remaining in the 2017 H&A season decisions that impact a league Top 8 & overall ranking are magnified right now, grabbing a very good POD could make all the difference in the final stretch.

This week a bit of a different approach as Calvin’s Scale of Hardness is released, setting a line of 400 Disposals there are some significant discrepancies in teams right now recording or conceding this target.

Looking over the final 4 weeks of the season the below numbers may help you avoid a disastrous pick and guide you towards a better target.

Consecutive Games not recording 400 Disposals

16 Nth Melbourne
5 Richmond
3 Adelaide, Melbourne
2 Brisbane, Fremantle, Gold Coast, Hawthorn, Sydney
1 Carlton, Geelong, GWS Giants, St Kilda
0 Collingwood, Essendon, Port Adelaide, West Coast, Western Bulldogs

The Kangaroos are yet to record a 400 Disposal game this season, Collingwood has the most with 10.

Consecutive Games NOT conceding 400 Disposals

6 GWS Giants, Sydney
4 Western Bulldogs
3 Adelaide, Port Adelaide, West Coast
2 Essendon, Geelong
1 Brisbane, Collingwood, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Richmond
0 Carlton, Fremantle, Gold Coast, Nth Melbourne, St Kilda

Hawthorn has conceded the most 400 Disposal games this season with 11, GWS has conceded only 2.


Round 17 Highest Scoring Teams

1. Essendon 1957
2. West Coast 1792
3. Port Adelaide 1722

Round 17 Lowest Scoring Teams

18. St Kilda 1466
17. Nth Melbourne 1470
16. Gold Coast 1472

Season Highest Ave Teams

1. Collingwood 1727.1
2. Essendon 1696.4
3. Adelaide 1684.4

Season Lowest Ave Teams

18. Brisbane 1528.8
17. Richmond 1537.0
16. Nth Melbourne 1543.6

Last 4 Rounds Highest Ave Teams

1. Sydney 1701.5
2. Adelaide 1694.3
3. Hawthorn 1693.8

Season Highest Ave Teams AGA

18. Hawthorn 1719.5
17. Fremantle 1692.9
16. St Kilda 1682.4

Last 4 Rounds Highest Ave Teams AGA

18. Melbourne 1720.0
17. Fremantle 1708.5
16. Hawthorn 1708.3

Season Lowest Ave Teams AGA

1. GWS Giants 1550.6
2. Essendon 1591.8
3. Adelaide 1592.6

Last 4 Rounds Lowest Ave Teams AGA

1. GWS Giants 1502.5
2. Sydney 1513.8
3. Geelong 1553.5

Zach Merrett scored a game high 144pts in Round 17, he has scored 100pts or more in 87.5% of games this season

Jack Steven scored a team high 109pts in Round 17, he has averaged 115.5pts from his last 2 games

Patrick Dangerfield scored a team high 140pts in Round 17, he has averaged 136.8pts from his last 8 games

Tom Mitchell scored a game high 147pts in Round 17, her has scored 120pts or more in 75.0% of games this season

Chad Wingard scored a game high 136pts in Round 17, he has scored 120pts or more in 4 of 14 games this season

Ben Cunnington scored a season high 128pts in Round 17, he has averaged 103.3pts from his last 4 games

Gary Ablett scored a a game high 152pts in Round 17, he has averaged 127.6pts from his last 11 games

Steele Sidebottom scored a team high 110pts in Round 17, he has scored 100pts or more in 9 consecutive games

Dylan Shiel scored a game high 118pts in Round 17, he has averaged 108.8pts from his last 6 games

Dan Hannebery scored a team high 112pts in Round 17, this was his first 100pt game since Round 12

Jayden Hunt scored a team high 111pts in Round 17, he has scored 100pts or more in 3 of 16 games this season

Tom Lynch (ADE) scored a game high 130pts in Round 17, he has averaged 114.3pts from his last 3 games

Dustin Martin scored a game high 131pts in Round 17, he has scored 120pts or more in 50.0% of games this season

Dayne Beams scored a team high 95pts in Round 17, he has not scored 100pts in his last 4 games (1 Injury game)

Bryce Gibbs scored a team high 113pts in Round 17, he has scored 100pts or more in his last 9 games

Jack Macrae scored a game high 123pts in Round 17, he has averaged 115.5pts from his last 4 games

Connor Blakely scored a career high 149pts in Round 17, he has averaged 130.3pts from his last 3 games

Shannon Hurn scored a season high 137pts in Round 17, that was his 1st 100pt game of the year

Who Am I?

I am a MID only

I am averaging over 30 Disposals & 100.0pts in my last 3 games

I am owned by <5% of coaches

I have never averaged over 100.0pts in a season

I scored a career high 139pts (Last year) against my Round 18 opponent

I am currently playing at my 2nd club

My jumper number equals a combined total of 2



Answer: Place your best guess in the comments below

Good Luck for Round 18



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    July 18, 2017 at 7:09 pm


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    The Spud

    July 18, 2017 at 7:27 pm

    In that same game that kerridge scored 139, our beloved pig scored a massive 184!! Oh how i miss those days.

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    July 18, 2017 at 7:32 pm


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      July 18, 2017 at 9:37 pm

      No. Played for only one club and wrong number.

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        Foo Foo the Snoo

        July 18, 2017 at 10:03 pm

        West Coast and Port

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    July 18, 2017 at 8:11 pm


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    July 18, 2017 at 9:22 pm

    yeah kerridge new role in the midfield great option for draft a massive risk in classic

  6. Euman


    July 19, 2017 at 9:39 am

    Thoughts on picking up Houli upon return next week?

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    July 19, 2017 at 2:05 pm

    Trade options

    Option 1 is obviously the safest but the others are tempting. What do you guys think?

    M.Wallis -> Sidebottom
    K. Mutimer -> L. Young

    M. Wallis -> J. Jack (has some good form, worth taking a punt?)
    Witherden -> D. Swallow (3 100’s in a row, can he keep doing that?)

    Bank: 61,000

    Newman -> C. Blakely
    M. Wallis -> K. Jack

    Bank 120,00


    July 19, 2017 at 3:50 pm

    Answer: Sam Kerridge

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    Billy Hoyle

    July 19, 2017 at 7:47 pm

    In draft is it time to let go of Pittard? He is dying a slow death on my bench, out of form same time as JJ got tagged who is also on my draft team……

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