Geelong coach Chris Scott is at a loss to explain his side's consecutive shock defeats.
The manner of Carlton's victory, not the victory itself, defined what Carlton wants to be, coach Brendon Bolton said.
Carlton could make the eight. Think about that. The Blues have won as many games as they have lost.
Another round of debate about free kicks for head-high contact. But is it all a storm in a tea cup?
Western Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge made no attempt to sugarcoat his side's 21-point win over an injury ravaged Collingwood, conceding the fact that the Pies had no interchange bench in the final quarter was the key element in the Bulldogs' victory.
West Coast beat undermanned Gold Coast convincingly, but top four eludes Eagles.
Collingwood were ravaged by injury in Sunday's loss to the Western Bulldogs, but coach Nathan Buckley thought his side's failure to make the most of early opportunities was more costly.
Series of injuries empties Collingwood interchange bench, allowing the Bulldogs to claim a 21 point win.
Despite the pre-season pessimism of Carlton teams and the football world could underestimate Carlton at their peril, Blues key forward Levi Casboult said.
The season is less than half over but that has not stopped former Sydney star Tadhg Kennelly from making a huge call: this year's premiership is the Swans' to lose.
Greater Western Sydney captain Phil Davis is poised to return this week as the Giants aim to re-establish their top-four credentials against Geelong.
Live scores and stats as the Eagles host the Suns.
How will Levi Casboult and Matthew Kreuzer fare as they return much earlier than expected from injury?
And so Fremantle created the sort of record any team would want to avoid, equalling the greatest fall from grace of any top four team in history.
Watching Jordan Lewis play his 250th game against the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba, it was hard to think of a player who's done so much for so little fanfare.
Melbourne's Alice Springs adventures may be a commercial success, but on-field, they remain a failure.
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Fremantle great Matthew Pavlich says he is relatively comfortable with his lot despite his career drawing to an inauspicious close.
North Melbourne stalwart Daniel Wells wants to extend his AFL career next year.
Fox Footy have cleared the air with Greater Western Sydney, advising the Giants that Leon Cameron's notes will not be shown again.
Adelaide maestro Eddie Betts may have outdone himself with his goal of the year contender against the Giants/
Essendon could blood another exciting top 10 draft selection with Aaron Francis showing exciting glimpses in the Bombers' 23-point win over Richmond at Punt Road Oval on Saturday.
This was a vibrant celebration of indigenous Australia, a lesser celebration of the so-called indigenous Australian game. It is not too far-fetched to say that the some of the best and boldest performers on the night were nearly bare dancers.
Greater Western Sydney coach Leon Cameron wants Foxtel and Channel Seven to give the coaches their "own space" in the coaches box after the broadcasters aired notes that he made to address players at three quarter time of Saturday night's clash against Adelaide.
Essendon has run out of key defenders, coach John Worsfold admits, and will consider bringing a young VFL ruckman into the team when they play Fremantle next week.
The script could not have been followed better ... Eddie Betts turning it on with an amazing goal rush to seal an unexpected win against the Giants at Adelaide Oval – in the Sir Douglas Nicholls Indigenous round.
Richmond continued their slow climb back up the ladder on Saturday night, notching their third win a row, this time against Essendon.
St Kilda have won two games in a row for the first time in more than two years after a 34-point victory over Fremantle.
Anyone who saw Ross Lyon's press conference last weekend could be forgiven for thinking he'd 'jumped the shark'.
Melbourne coach Paul Roos has been left to rue a wasteful performance from his young side, who showed moments of individual brilliance against Port Adelaide but paid the price for lapses.
Collingwood's vertically-gifted US import makes up for his lack of experience sheer hard work.
It's quite a day of AFL action spread across the country, with matches in Alice Springs, Brisbane, Adelaide and two games in Melbourne.
The gloves are off in the debate over players milking free kicks, with former Hawthorn star Dermott Brereton accusing North Melbourne's Lindsay Thomas of failing to play in the spirit of the game.
Success has made Geelong's supporters an impatient bunch. But even they are starting to see some good signs in the development of key forward Shane Kersten.
AFL great Dermott Brereton has taken aim at players he feels are milking free kicks for high contact - but the AFL has no plans to change the interpretation.