5. Jarrad McVeigh 65 - After averging 130 in the last few weeks, McVeigh came back down to earth with the Swans.
4. Beau Waters 50 - No-one saw this coming. 2012's best defender suddenly bombed out with his lowest score of the year.
3. Brendon Goddard 77 - Wasn't BJ back in form? He couldn't crack the ton against the Demons and one feels he'll be losing plenty of Coaches next year.
2. Chris Yarran 64 - Why did I get sucked into Yarran? At $250k he seemed too good to be true, and with an average of 67 in his last three, he certainly was.
1. Matt Suckling 49 - It wouldn't surprise me if many coaches are fed up with Suckling. I don't normally target the sub-affected players but Matty, if you want to be a premium, you cannot start as the sub!
=4. Paul Duffield 134, Grant Birchall 134 - Two of the best defenders to have when they're up and going, Duffield and Birchall were at their best on the weekend.
3. Patrick Dangerfield 187 - Incredible. Week in, week out he delivers. I bet Dave is kicking himself he ignored Dangerfield at the season's start. Some of the goals he kicks are super-human.
2. Matthew Wright 170 - Wright goes under the radar a bit, because he's relatively new and hasn't been scoring immensely all season. An avergae of 90 is a pretty good return.
1. Dean Cox 190 - Cannot win SOTW because he's already held the weekly award after his 215 against North Melbourne. Still a genuine gun.
Coaching Pleaser of the Year nomination(s)
Josh P Kennedy, Dayne Beams, Adam Treloar
All of these fellas deserve an extra pat on the back as they've had outstanding seasons and numerous coaching pleasers awards. They all started with different prices, but they've all consistently delivered when needed. Thanks guys.
Star of the Week
Trent Cotchin - 175 SuperCoach points
A superstar in the making, if he isn't one already. The opposition was weak, but his performance was sublime. Get ready to lock him in for next year as (we assume) the Tigers will progress up the ladder and win more matches.