Nat Fyfe wins 2015 Phantom Brownlow

Well it is now official. Fremantle star Nathan Fyfe has won the 2015 Phantom Brownlow Medal with a fortnight of the season to go. But could he be in some trouble with the match committee? Despite not polling on the weekend, Fyfe has done enough to win our Phantom Brownlow with Read More

A very even Round 20

Round 20 votes are now in the system and with only 3 rounds remaining, it is going to be very interesting on the run home indeed! Sorry about the delay in recent weeks, but we are now back up to date. None of our top three polled this weekend, so it Read More

Round 18 sees plenty of surprises

With our Phantom Brownlow leader Nat Fyfe having a spell in Round 18, it mean't that a number of players who able to play catch up. And catch up they did, as things have just become very interesting! Todd Goldstein was one such player who made his move. We have him Read More

A big Round 16 for Todd Goldstein

Round 16 is done and dusted and there were several big movers this round, but none other than the big ruckman at North Melbourne who goes by the name of Todd Goldstein. Goldstein is hot, hot, hot at the moment and he has now moved up into outright second position on Read More

Sam Mitchell hot in Round 15

Hawthorn superstar Sam Mitchell has closed the gap at the top of the Phantom Brownlow Medal leaderboard after another stunning game in Round 15, however it wasn't without some controversy. Mitchell was reported and sent to the match review panel for the second time this year, but escaped with a fine. Read More

Plenty of big players in Round 14

Round 14 started with tragedy, with the devastating news of Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh murdered and the whole round nearly being cancelled. In the end just the Crows vs Cats match was cancelled. It was a tragic start, but all teams paid their tributes and it was back to business Read More

    Phantom Brownlow Medal Count 2015

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    Last season was a tough one with Matt Priddis surprising us all. However we provided you with plenty of big odds winners, especially with the Team Most Votes markets which are back bigger than ever this year.

    Again we will be using the same concept to pick our winner in 2015. By combining the media votes of The Herald Sun, The Age, SEN and The AFLCA we let the experts do the voting for us and at the same time get a pretty accurate consensus on each game.

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    Brownlow Medal Main Contenders in 2015

    Nathan Fyfe Profile
    Nat Fyfe would have won the Brownlow Medal last year had it not been for a suspension. This year he has taken his game to a whole new level and will be close to 30 votes at the midway point of the season. Fyfe has polled 13+ votes in each of the past four seasons, so he certainly knows how to attract votes.
    Matt Pridis Profile
    Matt Priddis is the reigning Brownlow Medallist after he surprised everyone last year, winning with 26 votes. He has had arguably a better season this year and since 2010 he has polled 80 votes from 104 matches, polling in 38 of those matches at a rate of 36%. That is an exceptional record and he will be up there again.
    Todd Goldstein Profile
    Todd Goldstein has becomes the league's premier ruckman and has been a bolter this year in the Phantom Brownlow. However his polling history does not make for good reading. He has polled just 24 votes in 121 career games. So given Fyfe will be near 30 votes, Goldstein has some serious improving to do in 2015.

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    Patrick Dangerfield Profile
    Patrick Dangerfield is one of the most prolific Brownlow Medal pollers of recent seasons. While he has yet to win the award, he has polled 66 votes from 64 matches dating back to 2012, that includes polling in 27 of those 66 matches at a rate of 42%. That puts him in Chris Judd territory, so discount hi at your own peril.
    Dan Hannebery Profile
    Daniel Hannebery is a real Brownlow Medal smokey this year. In 2013 he polled 21 votes, before polling just 11 votes last year when he looked like breaking out early in the season. In season 2015 he has come on in leaps and bounds, reproducing that 2013 form. We expect him to get 20+ votes on Brownlow night.
    Sam Mitchell Profile
    Sam Mitchell is always mentioned in Brownlow Medal markets year after year. In fact he has polled 13+ votes every season dating back to 2006, with the exception of last year (8). Since 2006 he has polled 157 votes from 179 games, polling in 73 of those at a rate of 41%. That is an absolutely remarkable return.
    Andrew Gaff Profile
    Andrew Gaff has moved into the premium midfield bracket now with a standout season. We have him polling in the teens this year, but his previous record does not make for great reading. Gaff has polled just 16 votes from his 80 career games, polling in just 9 of those. We can't see him improving enough to win.
    Scott Pendlebury Profile
    Scott Pendlebury is another who regularly features in the business end of the Brownlow Medal, however he has had a quiet season by his standards. Still, he is a vote magnet having polled 110 votes from 125 games, polling votes in 50 of those games at 40%. Pendlebury is one you can never truly rule out.
    David Mundy Profile
    David Mundy has polled 41 votes from 61 games over the past three seasons, but this year he has really lifted his game to a much higher level. Expect to see his vote tally soar much higher this year, perhaps around the 20 vote mark. However he has one thing holding him back, that being his teammate Nat Fyfe.
    Josh Kennedy Profile
    Josh Kennedy won our Phantom Brownlow last year and despite not winning the Brownlow Medal proper, he had a damn good season polling 21 votes. That went with his 14 votes and 19 votes from the two seasons prior to prove that this guy is a genuine chance for the Brownlow again. But has he done enough?

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    Phantom Brownlow Standings

    1   Fyfe, Nathan 30
    2   Goldstein, Todd 23
    3   Mitchell, Sam 22
    4   Mundy, David 20
      Priddis, Matt 20
    6   Boak, Travis 18
      Hannebery, Dan 18
    8   Gray, Robbie 17
    9   Armitage, David 16
      Kennedy, Josh 16
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