My Team of the Week in the AFL Round 14, 2020
B: Noah Balta (Richmond), Steven May (Melbourne Demons), Jack Crisp (Collingwood)
HB: Jordan Dawson (Sydney Swans), Tom Stewart (Geelong), Hayden Crozier (Western Bulldogs)
C: Devon Smith (Essendon), Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong), James Cousins (Hawthorn)
HF: Bradley Hill (St Kilda), Joe Daniher (Essendon), Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
FF: Charlie Dixon (Port Adelaide), Jack Riccardi (GWS), Lachie Hunter (Western Bulldogs)
Foll: Jarrod Witts (Gold Coast), Christian Petracca (Melbourne Demons), Andrew McGrath (Essendon)
Int: Zach Merrett (Essendon), Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide), Clayton Oliver (Melbourne Demons), Lachie Whitfield (GWS)
Noah Balta proved that he has the capability of being one of the best tall defenders in the competition.
Steven May was probably the reason why the Melbourne Demons won in Round 14.
Jack Crisp played an outstanding game for Collingwood.
The future looks bright for the versatile Jordan Dawson.
Tom Stewart is a quality defender, which he showed in Round 14.
Hayden Crozier was outstanding for the Western Bulldogs.
Devon Smith had a good game for Essendon against Hawthorn.
Patrick Dangerfield was unbelievably good for Geelong.
James Cousins showed that he has plenty of ability in Round 14.
Bradley Hill was nearly the best player on the field when St Kilda played Melbourne Demons.
Joe Daniher had a great comeback from injury in Round 14.
Jeremy Cameron didn’t only kick four goals, as he worked hard in Round 14.
Charlie Dixon kicked four goals for Port Adelaide against Sydney Swans.
Jack Riccardi kicked four goals for GWS in Round 14.
Lachie Hunter was outstanding for the Western Bulldogs in Round 14.
Jarrod Witts worked hard around the ground and in the ruck in Round 14.
Christian Petracca kicked four goals for the Melbourne Demons.
Andrew McGrath was fantastic for Essendon.
Zach Merrett was sensational for Essendon in Round 14.
Robbie Gray was outstanding when the game was there to be won for Port Adelaide against the Sydney Swans.
Clayton Oliver played a fantastic game for the Melbourne Demons, especially in the fourth quarter in Round 14.
Lachie Whitfield played a sensational game against the Fremantle Dockers.