Gee if Lynch gets two defenders then Jack will only have one...Jack would think it is Xmas every weekendJimJessTorp said:Yep - Good observation Magic. With Jack in, all of sudden Tom only has to deal with one or two defenders rather than three.
The AFL is getting their wish to make the game a non contact sport.WesternTiger said:
Woah didnt spot that. Blame the AFL the way they train their umpires imo with the constant tinkering of rules. I feel sorry for the umps( & the MRO & the MRP inconsistencies)WesternTiger said:
I'm a bit late on this topic, but I agree with the above. Was impressed with Lynch. I was thinking of last year's game against Sydney where Jack had the ball on a string, playing up the ground. If he can play like that upon his return, Lynch will only benefit from it.MalenyTiger said:agree, his best game for the club. Signs of what is to come. Can't wait for JR to be back to take some pressure off him.
Are these morons implying Lynch knee'd him on purpose?WesternTiger said:
To be fair most of those comments were sarcastic and more a reflection that the Howe mark should not have been a free kick.WesternTiger said:
Not necessarily. Caddy and Prestia were ordinary for the first half of 2017 before integrating with the team. Lynch will be better when Jack returns, but they only have half a season to learn how to combine.Tommy is a write off till next season in regard to him really ripping oppositions apart, he'll be much better with a full pre season and integration.