The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 8
MICK'S Blues, North Melbourne's woes, how Hodgey has cost the Hawks and Adam Goodes copping the boos - there was plenty covered in this week's SuperFooty podcast.
The boys believe Blues coach Mick Malthouse is a "sacrificial lamb" in the ongoing drama at Ikon Park, and have their say on whether they think the veteran coach will see out the week.
There were big wins for Melbourne and Richmond, and the boys gave both sides plenty of credit.
Port Adelaide continues to stumble, and the boys ask: Can the Power make the eight?
The Swans and Freo flexed their muscles to show they're genuine top-four contenders, leaving the boys to wonder how many spots are up for grabs in the race for a coveted double chance.
Scott Pendlebury celebrated his 200th in style as the Pies trounced Gold Coast, and one of our podcast members got it way wrong on the magpies skipper.
"I'm going to admit that I didn't rate Pendlebury that much when he started as a player, I thought he was a bit of a cat, but he has turned out to be an absolute champion ... but I was completely wrong." Can you pick which member of the podcast team said it?
Plus, who's the best of the emerging batch of key forwards? Mo Daniher? Jezza? Jesse Hogan or someone else?
Has the AFL's attempt to level the playing field via the fixture gone too far?
Plus we look at Cam Guthrie and wonder if his post-match gesture will start an AFL trend, and Huddo introduces us to his new weekly segment, Plane Tales.