There were a couple of great games of football over the weekend but there were also some absolute shockers.
Essendon got slaughtered again and you can go down Lyogn St where they've got Bombers jumpers with blood on them after the Blues got their payback for earlier in the season.
Of course the Shinboner Spirit was there on show again on Saturday night too.
After giving Collingwood a start, North Melbourne took them apart.
My problem for the league is that there are five basket cases in the AFL.
And the only ones that can put their hand up and say they've had a little bit of history are Port.
At least in the last 10 years they've made two grand finals and won a premiership.
But the Western Bulldogs are really a disgrace to Victorian football.
The last decade it has become a desert for them.
Rodney Eade had them competitive and so did Terry Wallace before him but they've started to drop off this year.
People aren't going to the games and there's a complete lack of interest in them.
I hate to say this but we might have too many teams.
I know that it's all great for Foxtel and free-to-air TV but the standard is starting to slip and interest is waning.
You can't put a football game on and lose money every week and that's what's happening at Port Adelaide.
Their fans are out of oxygen and don't even jump in the car or bus to go and watch them anymore.
It's got to be addressed quickly.
The rich get richer and the bad teams just get worse.Who would go and watch Hawthorn v Gold Coast or Melbourne play GWS?
Not too many.