Gold Coast teenager Jaeger O'Meara has no problem being touted as the AFL's next big thing, because that's exactly where he wants to one day be.
Garry Lyon The Geelong Football Club has been an impressive outfit over the past seven years.
Peter Hanlon Joel Selwood says the bump is dead and he gets a standing ovation.
Lee Crossley Suddenly the pressure is right on Collingwood. The Magpies desperately need a win against unbeaten Geelong at the MCG to avoid slumping to a 4-4 record after eight rounds.
Emma Quayle Collingwood shows that the spark remains as it ends Geelong's unbeaten run.
Jesse Hogan Favourable evidence from Brendon Goddard does not sway the tribunal.
Just centimetres now separate a fair bump and an illegal one in the AFL, according to Western Bulldogs coach Brendan McCartney.
Rohan Connolly The AFL’s judicial system continues to fail its most basic test, to deliver verdicts consistent with the football crimes committed.
Rohan Connolly Leigh Matthews' Lions were the equal of today's Cats.
Jesse Hogan Only Steve Johnson has been on the receiving end more than Hayden Ballantyne.
Footy Prophet I am sure Mrs Selwood would not trade either of her sons, but she may not be trying to capitalise on the tackle category in Ultimate Footy!
Bob Murphy Watching a future Bulldogs team win a flag will feel like a hole in the heart but maybe that's just part of growing up.
Andrew Wu Callan Ward sits quite comfortably among Kevin Sheedy's star-studded list of captains.
Michael Gleeson Geelong overwhelms Richmond in a game that was more or less even until half-time.
Rohan Connolly Essendon has spent much of the past three years aspiring to emulate Geelong.
St Kilda veteran Justin Koschitzke faces a two-match suspension for striking Collingwood's Jamie Elliott.
Carlton have decided against fighting forward Jarrad Waite's headbutt penalty, and have accepted his one-match ban from the AFL match review panel.
Emma Quayle Key forward adamant he will be back once he serves his two-week suspension.
Teo Pellizzeri Friday night AFL matches don't come much bigger than this. Essendon and Geelong enter this round seven blockbuster at Etihad Stadium as the only remaining unbeaten teams in the competition.
Jake Niall Essendon coach says Bombers did not use the ball well enough or convert opportunities against Geelong.