The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 19
DRUGS were the hot topic on Monday and the boys discuss the secret documents revealed in Monday's Herald Sun and the bans accepted by Collingwood pair Josh Thomas and Lachie Keeffe.
Sammy, Mick and Huddo look at Saturday night's results and what they mean for the top two, top four and possible top eight.
Hawthorn edged closet to a top-two finish after its gutsy win over West Coast, which Ando believes may have been one of the Eagles' best performances of the season.
Are the Hawks now a shoe-in to finish top two or, with Freo 10 points clear atop the ladder, could Ross Lyon throw a curve in the Hawks' plans this weekend?
One team looking good for the top four is the Western Bulldogs, but Sammy is perplexed why they were not afforded one Friday night game in 2015.
"They are the Jennifer Hawkins of the AFL and they're not on the runway ... how can that be?"
The boys analyse Luke Beveridge's men and discuss Robbo's article from Monday's Herald Sun, which poses the question: can the Bulldogs actually contend in 2015?
Geelong's win over Sydney gets plenty of attention, with the Cats now well poised for the future. But will they keep Steven Motlop?
One team that continues to confound in North Melbourne.
"I've got faith in North Melbourne."
"I don't," said another of our experts. Perhaps that sums up many fans' views.
The boys discuss the two main men in the race for this year's Rising Star, with Ando declaring one may be "the best loser in the history" of the award if he doesn't salute.
Plus there's a bit of trade talk, with Adam Treloar and James Aish front and centre.
"If the Pies can land them both, that's a pretty formidable midfield."
All that and every match discussed in the Round 19 SuperFooty podcast.