After three rounds of AFL 2019, Geelong Cats and Brisbane Lions were the only unbeaten teams left in the league, while Blues, Kangaroos and Demons just tasted the victory.
But with the upsets and stunning performances that still make the cover, the season looks like one of the serious downsides and massive upsets.
Here are the conversation points from the third circle.
RISE LEFT EXPOSED TO A FREE LAW
The stunning start of the season in Brisbane was just one of two unbeaten teams, along with Geelong, but their great turnaround revealed some mischievous shotgun goal elsewhere in AFL.
Lions has so far had 81 points this season, with 47 goals in the league. Last year after three laps, Lions had only 36 goals in 68 points.
Brisbane attacker Lincoln McCarthy took Mark's of Year's nominee in lions 16.11 (107) to 13.12 (90) victory over Port Adelaide before Mitch Robinson stared at the goal.
As McCarthy finished with a second goal, a shocking excitement was noted.
Adelaide Crows youngster Reilly O & Brien put all the time shocking he will not live down quickly t
"Would you like mulligan, right?" Hamish McLachlan added on Thursday evening on Channel 7's show. It was a big problem. This is one of the worst shocks you've ever seen.
On Friday night, Essendon Ruckman Zac Clarke produced Garry Lyons's moment, which he called "unforgivable" after turning his back on the unmarked teammates before he shot the record.
"This is unforgivable as you get in your feet," Lyon AFL Nation said.
Carlton also lost the gold chance for their 19-point loss to Sydney with two goals and five behind 19 in the 50s, while St Kilda lost 11.5 (71) to 9.12 (66) for Fremantle .
In the first round of 2018, the overall AFL goal goal score was 47 percent – in 2019 the accuracy was only 42.8 percent with more goals scored.
To die under fire – more than usual
Big Wayne Carey, head of the AFL, led the call against the judges in the third round after over 50 free strikes hit Essendon and Melbourne on Friday night.
Carey called the judges to quit whistling after a few soft calls.
"Tonight there was enough to let go and let the players just play," Carey said on channel 7 after the game.
"I do not like being critical to the judges, but one thing you like when you get into a match is if it's a free kick for 50-50, I think you let it go. They are 50-50 calls, and if 50-50 calls to the other side .
Brian Taylor agreed with Carey that the 51th free kick was too much in the game, with 30 in Adelaide on Thursday night.
AFL player president Patrick Dangerfield also exploded again because of "absolute shame", which is normally below his knees.
Dangerfield did not refrain when a free kick was awarded against Tom Phillips Collingwood during a conflict on Saturday night with West Coast at MCG.
Former Brownlow medalist Adam Cooney told SEN AFL Nation coach Haydn Kennedy will look at him.
"We have never heard from judges on Monday," AFL Nation said. – We do not hear from Hayden Kennedy.
"I think we need a weekly press conference on Monday to explain some of the decisions that have taken place over the weekend. Who should be under more pressure as a coach?
CATS LOOK FOR DANGER-OUS
2018 should be a season in which Geelong and their midfielder took a storm, but perhaps no other side had any benefit from introducing rules 6-6-6 of cats.
In 3-0 and at the top of the charts they won Collingwood, Adelaide and Melbourne, and while Dees were not all they were supposed to be the other two sides still high quality.
On Thursday night against Crows in Adelaide Oval, Cats allowed the home team to sniff – despite increasing to four goals in half-time – then former Crow Dangerfield hit the end of the third and extended the gap with the pole center again. goal.
He had the climax of the game in the middle (4) and the overall checks (10), but the Cats were not easily put on Dangerfield's back.
They have long been admired because they did not bounce and develop young people, and this year they might have had the right balance.
With Team Kelly who started his second season well and in combination with Dangerfield, Joel Selwood and rookie Charlie Constable, Gary Ablett had less pressure on him and spent more time ahead.
Other first-year players in Gryan Miers, Tom Atkins and Jordan Clark were very good, while recruits Gary Rohan and Luke Dahlhaus added the necessary pressure.
The cats look shameless as the best defensive team in the racket, while they have the second highest points for (behind Brisbane) and if they can win two of the following three matches against GWS, Hawthorne and the West Coast, maybe more people talk about their prospects for the premiere 2019 . years.
SWAN SLAMS "APSOLUTNO PUTRID" STADIUM
Former star Collingwood Dane Swan injured AFL for leaving an open roof at AFL's Marvel Stadium, adding even more fire fuel to the most unusual stadium league.
One round saw how the surface was dug in order to find the main giants and sand holes with several injuries.
Swan had no mercy with AFL on an amazing day in Melbourne, which made it harder for spectators to see.
Journalist Herald Suna Jon Ralph agreed – minus explosives.
Former Medalist Brownlow Jimmy Bartel called the stadium after the first round, as
"One of the most stupid stadiums ever built."
"AFL paid millions of dollars to design the stadium and built it in the wrong way, and then they showed up at the opening of the stadium at the stadium, and half the crowd sitting there with their hands on the face because they can not see it because they're looking into the sun," he said .
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FINE LINES FOR FINE
The dirty Saturday, Dustin Martina, could have a profound effect on Richmond, while the Tigers would sweat on the AFL match results.
The mid-tie will surely be under control for the off-the-ball strike, GWS opponent Adam Kennedy, in the second term of Saturday's 49-point loss.
Martin had a day to forget, with Giants tagger Matt Boer, who restricted him to only 15 layoffs.
Martin also showed his frustration at the game, at one point overturning the bird, probably GCS Shaman Mumford before sending a drug-related gesture after Mamford's notorious "sausage" was seen late last year.
Richmond coach Damien Hardwick was not impressed with Martina's tactics and said that after the match he came to emergency help judges.
"I did not get the answer," Hardwick said. – Why do you think you could give a free kick?
– At the end of the day, guys come to watch the show no. 4. Let the type of game play. Protecting the ball carrier is what I'm talking about. "