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Steve Hocking

LeeToRainesToRoach

Tiger Legend
Jun 4, 2006
32,090
10,127
Melbourne
Average score against for the top three defensive teams - and the last time it was this low.

YearAvgClubs
202166.6Geelong, Melbourne, Bulldogs
202051.5*Port, Richmond, Collingwood
201970.7Geelong, Collingwood, Hawthorn
201872.3Geelong, Richmond, Hawthorn
201775.8Sydney, Port, Richmond
201670.2Sydney, Geelong, Bulldogs
201570.9Hawthorn, Fremantle, Richmond
201471.5Sydney, Fremantle, Port
201375.2Fremantle, Sydney, Richmond
201276.6Sydney, Fremantle, Hawthorn
201172.7Collingwood, Geelong, Hawthorn
201075.0St.Kilda, Collingwood, Geelong
200975.4St.Kilda, Collingwood, Adelaide
200880.8Geelong, Adelaide, Hawthorn
200776.9Geelong, Sydney, Adelaide
200676.1Sydney, Adelaide, St.Kilda
200576.0Adelaide, Sydney, St.Kilda
196662.3Collingwood, Carlton, St.Kilda
196561.5Geelong, Essendon, Collingwood
196460.3Geelong, Collingwood, Melbourne
196359.2Geelong, Essendon, St.Kilda
196264.9Melbourne, Carlton, Essendon
196164.8Melbourne, Hawthorn, St.Kilda

This year's rule changes have assisted the top sides to shut the opposition down like never before in the AFL era.
 
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Tiger Legend
Oct 6, 2013
10,651
7,128
Average score against for the top three defensive teams - and the last time it was this low.

YearAvgClubs
202166.6Geelong, Melbourne, Bulldogs
202051.5*Port, Richmond, Collingwood
201970.7Geelong, Collingwood, Hawthorn
201872.3Geelong, Richmond, Hawthorn
201775.8Sydney, Port, Richmond
201670.2Sydney, Geelong, Bulldogs
201570.9Hawthorn, Fremantle, Richmond
201471.5Sydney, Fremantle, Port
201375.2Fremantle, Sydney, Richmond
201276.6Sydney, Fremantle, Hawthorn
201172.7Collingwood, Geelong, Hawthorn
201075.0St.Kilda, Collingwood, Geelong
200975.4St.Kilda, Collingwood, Adelaide
200880.8Geelong, Adelaide, Hawthorn
200776.9Geelong, Sydney, Adelaide
200676.1Sydney, Adelaide, St.Kilda
200576.0Adelaide, Sydney, St.Kilda
196662.3Collingwood, Carlton, St.Kilda
196561.5Geelong, Essendon, Collingwood
196460.3Geelong, Collingwood, Melbourne
196359.2Geelong, Essendon, St.Kilda
196264.9Melbourne, Carlton, Essendon
196164.8Melbourne, Hawthorn, St.Kilda

This year's rule changes have assisted the top sides to shut the opposition down like never before in the AFL era.

Fake news. It was Richmond that destroyed scoring and are the antithesis of what AFL should represent. Richmond must be stopped before they destroy football.