View Poll Results: Select TWO Non-key Forwards

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  • Alan Didak

    1 5.56%
  • Brad Johnson

    7 38.89%
  • Brett Burton

    0 0%
  • Cyril Rioli

    0 0%
  • Darren Jarman

    1 5.56%
  • Eddie Betts

    1 5.56%
  • Jason Akermanis

    15 83.33%
  • Jeff Farmer

    0 0%
  • Mick O'Loughlin

    2 11.11%
  • Nathan Brown

    1 5.56%
  • Nick Davis

    0 0%
  • Paul Medhurst

    0 0%
  • Phil Matera

    2 11.11%
  • Ryan O'Keefe

    2 11.11%
  • Shannon Grant

    1 5.56%
  • Stephen Milne

    0 0%
  • Steve Johnson

    3 16.67%
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Thread: AFL 1997-Present: Non-key Forwards

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    AFL 1997-Present: Non-key Forwards

    We're looking for TWO people off this list.

    Non Key Forwards:
    1. Alan Didak. Collingwood. 2001-Present
    145 games. 206 goals (1.4pm). All Australian 2006. Collingwood B&F 2006.

    2. Brad Johnson. Bulldogs. 1994-Present
    336 games. 533 goals (1.6 pm). 4 time All Australian (2000, 2005, 06, 07). 3 time Bulldogs B&F (1999, 2002, 2006).

    3. Brett Burton. Adelaide. 1999-Present
    164 games. 242 goals (1.5pm).

    4. Cyril Rioli. Hawthorn 2008-Present
    36 games. 39 goals (1.1 pm). 1 Premiership.

    5. Darren Jarman. Hawthorn/Adelaide 1991-2001.
    230 games. 386 goals (1.7 pm). 3 Premierships (1991, 1997, 1998). 3 time All Australian (1992, 1995, 1996). Hawthorn B&F (1995)


    6. Eddie Betts. Carlton. 2005-Present
    87 games. 112 goals. (1.3 pm)

    7. Jason Akermanis. Brisbane/Bulldogs. 1995-Present
    303 games. 397 goals. (1.3 pm). 3 Premierships (2001, 02, 03). Brownlow Medal (2001), 4 time All Australian (1999, 2001, 2002, 2004). Twice Brisbane B&F 1999, 2005.

    8. Jeff Farmer. Melbourne/Fremantle. 1995-2008
    249 games. 483 goals (1.9 pm). All Australian 2000.

    9. Mick O'Loughlin. Sydney. 1995-Present
    293 games. 505 goals (1.7 pm). Premiership (2005). Twice All Australian (1997, 2000). Swans B&F (1998).

    10. Nathan Brown. Bulldogs/Richmond 1997-Present
    213 games. 344 goals (1.2 pm). Twice All Australian (2001, 2002).

    11. Nick Davis. Collingwood/Sydney. 1999-2008
    168 games. 235 goals (1.4 pm). Premiership (2005).

    12. Paul Medhurst. Fremantle. 2002-Present
    146 games. 252 goals (1.7 pm). All Australian (2008)

    13. Phillip Matera. West Coast. 1996-2005
    179 games. 389 goals. (2.2 pm). All Australian (2003)

    14. Ryan O'Keefe. Sydney. 2000-Present
    164 games. 178 goals. (1.1pm). Premiership (2005), All Australian (2006).

    15. Shannon Grant. Sydney/North Melbourne. 1995-2008
    301 games. 361 goals (1.2 pm). Premiership (1999). Norm Smith Medal (1999). All Australian (2005)

    16. Stephen Milne. St Kilda. 2001-Present
    175 games. 352 goals (2 pm).

    17. Steve Johnson. Geelong. 2002-Present
    124 games. 246 goals. (2pm). Premiership (2007). Norm Smith (2007). Twice All Australian (2007, 2008)
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    Aker and Steve Johnson for mine. Jarman's timeframe just counted against him vs Akermanis, and Steve Johnson is just in ahead of Farmer or Matera. Hurts me not to vote for either Didak or Medhurst in this one.

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    Brad Johnson
    Jason Akermanis
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    Aker & Brad Johnson for me.
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    Toss up between Aker and Jeff Farmer because both were/are exceptional forwards, but I can't overlook Aker's Brownlow and general awesomeness.

    Akermanis and Johnson, and I'm not sure bias comes into it.

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    Went with Ryan O'Keeffe, because if I were picking my best side, reckon a player of his type, the smaller CHF, would be bloody handy, and that leaves Aker to do the roving down around the forward line.

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    Farmer being a dirty **** has cost him, but he's not better than Aker, Johnson or Jarman anyway. The number of cheap shots he got away with was ridiculous. Managed to somehow pull of the great escape after deliberately kneeing a crows player and breaking his eye socket after the play was dead.

    Over the period: Aker 1 Johnson 2, but if given the chance to recruit one I would take Jarman in an instant, freakish family!

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    Nathan Brown, I'll choose him for some controversy, was close to the best player in the league before his injury.
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    Went with Aka and Jarman but on second thought I'm not sure the latter deserves it based on the time frame. Would probably go Brad Johnson instead since Jarman only had 3 or 4 significant years in the period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoggy31 View Post
    Nathan Brown, I'll choose him for some controversy, was close to the best player in the league before his injury.
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    Won like 3 games literally off his own boot in 2005 before his tragic injury



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