Priddis firming after Round 7

Reigning Brownlow Medal winner Matt Priddis is making a big move, now into outright second in our 2015 Phantom Brownlow count with Round 7 votes now in the books. Priddis was a clear standout in West Coast's big win over Gold Coast on the weekend. All the media voters decided he Read More

Priddis and Kennedy make a move

There were a few movers after Round 6 of our Phantom Brownlow Medal count, but it was Fremantle maestro Nathan Fyfe who continued his hot streak with yet another eye catching performance. Fyfe has now moved to 13 votes after just six rounds and is near unbackable at $2.75 with online Read More

Nathan Fyfe with a big lead after Round 5

Nathan Fyfe has skipped away to a 4 vote lead after yet another standout game. With another potential 3 votes coming his way, can he be stopped, even if it is only Round 5? Fyfe is currently $2.75 to win the 2015 Brownlow Medal with online bookmaker which is one Read More

Nathn Fyfe skips clear after Round 4

After a bumper Anzac weekend of footy, Round 4 is now in the history books and already we are seeing a bit of movement at the top of the Phantom Brownlow Medal leaderboard. With Gary Ablett now out of the way, Nathan Fyfe of Fremantle is the runaway leader in betting Read More

Dustin Martin firms for Brownlow

In one of the bigger moves in recent weeks, Richmond star Dustin Martin has been on the end of a big betting plunge for the 2015 Brownlow Medal based on some cracking NAB Challenge form. It's often referred to as the midfielders medal and Martin's permanent move into the centre has Read More

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    Phantom Brownlow Medal Count 2015

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    Brownlow Medal Main Contenders in 2015

    Gary Ablett Profile
    Gaz was traveling on a freight train to the Brownlow Medal last year before crashing midseason with a season ending injury. Still despite playing only playing sixteen matches he finished on 22 votes, just 4 behind the winner. He has polled 20+votes in each of the past seven seasons and only injury will stop him this season.
    Nathan Fyfe Profile
    Fyfe finished second last year, the only issue being he was ineligible due to suspension. It would have been a hard luck story as he was leading heading into the final round. Could season 2015 be the season where he wins his first Brownlow Medal? He polled 25 votes from 18 games last year and is a big chance.
    Joel Selwood Profile
    One thing is for sure and that is Selwood will be a big player in the Brownlow Medal this year. He was the red hot favourite last year but underpolled big time. Since 2008 he has polled in 63 of 145 matches at a rate of 43.4%, for a total of 135 votes. He polled 27 votes in 2013, so can he finally win an elusive Brownlow?

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    Patrick Dangerfield Profile
    Dangerfield is an absolute voting machine having polled 23, 22 and 21 votes in each of the past three seasons. Last year he attracted votes in games the experts did not even predict, so he is one to watch. Over the past three years he has polled in 27 of 64 games (42.2%) for a total off 66 votes. He will be hard to ignore.
    Robbie Gray Profile
    Gray was one of the big success stories last season, practically bolting from nowhere to become one of the most dangerous players in the league. There was a huge betting plunge on him for the Brownlow Medal late last year, but he polled just 14 votes in the end to bring his career total to 29 votes.
    Matthew Priddis Profile
    It is rare to see the reigning Brownlow Medal winner to start the season at such big odds, but Priddis surprised all last year. It is hard to see him backing up, but he does have a pretty decent record. Since 2010 he has polled in 38 of 104 matches (36.5%) for a total of 80 votes. Not too shabby at all really.
    Lance Franklin Profile
    While the Brownlow is predominantly a midfielders medal, Franklin almost bucked the trend last year finishing equal second with Ablett. He polled 22 votes which was a huge return in his first season at the Swans. Look at his stats though, he has polled double digits five times now, including 20+ three times.
    Tom Rockliff Profile
    Rockliff is definitely one to keep an eye on. He already starts with a handicap playing at a struggling team like Brisbane, yet he has polled 15 and 21 votes the past two seasons. Since 2011 he has polled in 25 of 81 games (30.1%) and if the Lions rise up the ladder, you can be almost certain he will start polling higher too.
    Scott Pendlebury Profile
    Pendlebury is always a Brownlow darling amongst punters, despite never having won the actual award. Since 2009 his record speaks for itself having polled 110 votes in that period. That means polling in 50 of 125 games at a rate of 40.0%. With Beams gone and Swan winding down, he will have less competition.
    Josh Kennedy Profile
    Kennedy won our Phantom Brownlow count last year, but he underpolled on Brownlow night unfortunately. Still he had a ripper season polling 21 votes and really breaking into the elite category. He has plenty of competition for votes at the Swans, but he clearly knows how to get the umpires attention.

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    Phantom Brownlow Standings

    1   Fyfe, Nat 16
    2   Priddis, Matt 11
    3   Armitage, David 9
      Goldstein, Todd 9
    5   Shiel, Dylan 7
      Hannebery, Dan 7
    7   Betts, Eddie 6
      Coniglio, Stephen 6
      Cotchin, Trent 6
      Kennedy, Josh 6
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