FREMANTLE superstar Nat Fyfe has stamped his name among footy's elite, becoming just the 15th player in VFL/AFL history to claim multiple Brownlow medals. Midfielder-forward. Footy will never go back to the ‘good old days’ because society has moved on; we know more about the ramifications of things like concussions, and have different expectations for on-field behaviour. He finished equal third when Nat Fyfe won last season’s Brownlow but won the AFL Coaches Association and AFL Players’ Association awards this year. Asked if the Hawks missed a beat by not matching Essendon’s bid on Mosquito, club great Jordan Lewis told Fox Footy’s Saturday Stretch: “He looked a likely type, but I think it’s too soon because you want to see a bigger body of work. Nathan Fyfe #7 Fremantle Dockers. “I think they’ve got assets that, when you put one magnet versus the next, you go ‘you know what, we’re not too bad there’. "We're pretty grounded here. “He delivered what we know he’s capable of,” Worsfold told reporters. Over the whole season, the most impactful players, in terms of influencing results, have been Christian Petracca, Melbourne's midfield/forward dynamo; West Coast's nonpareil ruck artist Nic Naitanui; Lion machine and Brownlow favourite Lachie Neale; Geelong's monster forward Tom Hawkins; and – in key moments in key games – the usual suspects of Patrick Dangerfield and Dustin Martin. Fyfe said this had been his most consistent season and the captaincy had elevated his game. In this strange season, reaching a consensus dozen, much less a 22, is not possible. I'm a lot more wise with how I play. Nat Fyfe is one of the premier midfielders in the league. "I spoke to him [Dad] briefly and then heard Mum chirp in the background 'I will speak to you tomorrow, Darls', so she has a sense of humour," he said. Despite missing two games in the season, he ranked eighth in SuperCoach for total points of all midfielders and is one of only three available that averaged over 120 last year. You have to admit, the Brownlow Medal sure is stunning to look at .... #NatFyfe, nat fyfe is just on a whole other level at this point, I DIDN'T DREAM IT! Join our Patreon and get ahead of the Crowd! Nat Fyfe has paid an emotional tribute to former Fremantle coach Ross Lyon after the Dockers captain won his second Brownlow Medal. Harris Andrews, who missed games with injury, still had a more consistent season in defence over the entire year than Melbourne's Steven May, who finished superbly, but was just shy of selection in my team (and left out of the AFL's 40-man squad). "I don't have a premiership medal. We need to minimise scoring more than we have in the past, we let Adelaide kick too many goals last week.”, “In the past we have had to get ourselves off the canvas ... right now we’re 6-6, we’re not necessarily on the canvas but we’re in a logjam of aspirants to make the final eight.”. It enabled him to relax as the count came to a close and Dangerfield finished his late surge into second place, with Fyfe's dominance reflected with an incredible 10 three-vote games throughout the year. If the footy world was pro wrestling, the last few weeks have been a Richmond heel turn akin to Shawn Michaels throwing Marty Jannetty through the barbershop window. "The team and the club have had a pretty hard end to the season, and a little bit of criticism was going around about some of the other things, so for him to get that, it's pretty good — it doesn't mean a whole lot without a whole team but he's done himself proud.". "I'm really happy for him, he's done himself proud. "I'm so jealous of the teams that get to compete this weekend.". Yes, it's arguable that I'm judging Fyfe according to his stellar standards rather than against the competition, but he didn't grab hold of games this season in the same way that Danger and Dusty did. Despite the Fremantle captain suggesting that his parents may have missed his big moment, Mr Fyfe confirmed that both he and his wife had watched the ceremony. I'd picked Adam Saad in my mid-season side, but have since recanted and opted for Eagle Brad Sheppard on one back flank, with Nick Vlastuin, a cornerstone of Richmond's super defence, on the other.

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