Round 4 review
MICK Warner is back in the chair after a couple of Tiger losses and his fellow panellists are shocked.
He's joined by Sammy Edmund and Huddo as the boys discuss another big weekend of AFL footy.
Huddo is back and off the plane, and he tells the boys he was just one row behind a certain Australian sporting legend on his way back from Adelaide on Sunday. Could it be?
Meanwhile, the eight is starting to take shape which prompts some discussion ... "The eight won't change now, will it?"
Losses to Port Adelaide, Collingwood and Richmond has some high-profile coaches under the pump. Which coach would you least like to be - Ken Hinkley, Damien Hardwick or Nathan Buckley?
Mick thinks there's some angst at the Pies that might be causing disharmony - and affecting on-field results.
"I just think not all is well at Collingwood."
Most sides have adopted a new game plan in 2016, but which have missed the bus?
The pressure will be on leading into Anzac Day, and Sammy thinks the plucky Bombers will give a good fight.
"It's the equivalent of a free-hit for John Worsfold. He's got nothing to lose, and Buckley's got everything to lose."
The Steven May bump on Stef Martin had the boys fired up, with talk of a send-off rule on the agenda. The boys also predicted what penalty the AFL's MRP would hand May. How did they fare?
Plus will the Dogs suffer from 'The Etihad Effect', who's gone from battler to absolute jet and Mick declares his premiership fave.
The boys are up and about in this week's SuperFooty Podcast.