So we now have a gloriously symmetric competition ladder with three undefeated teams, six teams with 2 and 1 records, six more with 1 and 2 records, and three teams yet to register a victory.
In terms of offensive ability, Team Conversion rates now range from the Brisbane Lions' low of 43.4% to Melbourne's high of 61.7%, and average Scoring Shot production per game ranging from Essendon's low of 18.7 Scoring Shots per game to Gold Coast's high of 32.3 Scoring Shots per game.
On defence, the Brisbane Lions have conceded most Scoring Shots (34.3 per game) and the Western Bulldogs fewest (15.7 per game). The Lions have also allowed their opposition to convert Scoring Shots at the highest rate (59.2%), while Geelong have witnessed the lowest conversion rate amongst their opponents (45.1%).
Geelong also have the extraordinary record of having outscored their opponents by more than 2:1 in 1st Quarters and more than 3:1 in 4th Quarters. Adelaide, Sydney and the Western Bulldogs are the only other teams to have outscored their opponents by more than 2:1 in 1st Quarters, while Sydney and West Coast have done the same in 2nd Quarters.
Collingwood have yet to win a 1st Quarter, the Lions, Carlton, Fremantle and Hawthorn a 2nd Quarter, the Lions a 3rd Quarter, and Adelaide, Carlton, GWS and St Kilda a 4th Quarter. Adelaide have won all of their 1st and 2nd Quarters, Geelong all of their 4th Quarters, the Gold Coast, GWS, the West Coast and the Western Bulldogs all of their 2nd Quarters, the Kangaroos all of their 3rd Quarters, and Sydney all of their 1st, 3rd and 4th Quarters.