Clearly you guys saw something I didn't. I watched him closely in the second and last qrtrs when he was up the end I was at. I would say in at least 80% of contests, he was completely outpointed by his opponent. He rarely looked at the ball, was more often than not caught behind his man, and when he did go for the ball, it was almost always with only one hand. Throw in his absolute idiot moment when he chose inexplicably to ignore (or not see, equally as bad) the two options heading to the square, and popped a little doozy into the Port defense, and, well.... He is good when he's good. He wasn't yesterday, and he hasn't been anywhere enough over his career.