The latest table of Rankings on Dashboard Metrics appears below.
Seven of the teams currently in the Top 8 spots on the competition ladder are 10th or worse on at least one Dashboard Metric.
Collingwood are 14th on Q2 and Q3 performances
West Coast are 12th on Scoring Shots Conceded, 13th on Q2 performances, and 12th on Q3 performances
GWS are 13th on Opponent Scoring Shot Conversion
Brisbane Lions are 10th on Scoring Shots Conceded, 13th on Own Scoring Shot Conversion, 11th on Opponent Scoring Shot Conversion, 11th on Goals Conceded, 10th on Points Conceded, and 10th on Q1 performances
Adelaide are 10th on Own Scoring Shot Conversion, and 12th on Q1 performances
Richmond are 15th on Opponent Scoring Shot Conversion, 10th on Points Scored, 12th on Goals Conceded, 12th on Points Conceded, 11th on Q3 performances, 14th on Q4 performances, and 13th on Expected Wins
Fremantle are 12th on Own Scoring Shots, 12th on Goals Scored, 12th on Points Scored, and 15th on Q2 performances
The full Team Dashboard appears below, a few of the interesting features of which are:
Richmond’s percentage of 95, which is the 6th-lowest in the competition
The fact that the teams currently in the Top 8 only went 4 and 4 this week (and those in the Bottom 10 went 5 and 5)
The continuing disparity between the most accurate (Geelong 59.3%) and the least accurate (Gold Coast 47.6%) teams
The continuing disparity between the teams whose opponents are most accurate (Melbourne 60.0%) and the least accurate (Geelong 45.1%) teams
The fact that Geelong scores only 21% of its points in final terms but still has a 157 percentage in them
The fact that Gold Coast has won 61% of 1st Quarters but has only a 103 percentage in them