Gerard Whateley and Luke Hodge’s top 4 seeds after Round 14, 2022

Gerard Whateley and Luke Hodge named their top four seeds after Round 14 of the 2022 AFL season.

Whateley and Hodge have ranked the four teams they have the most confidence in, coupled with what they have shown so far.

The seedings will be updated on a weekly basis on SEN’s Whateley throughout the year.

See their seedings below:


1. Fremantle

“The top three stay because they didn’t play.

“I’ve got Fremantle holding one.”


“Brisbane at two.”


“Melbourne at three.

“They will flip based on what happens on Thursday night or otherwise.”

4. Geelong

“I’m setting up a play-in game.

“Geelong and Richmond are playing for the four seed for me.

“The only thing that can disrupt that is if Carlton beats Fremantle, they go straight back in.

“They’ve been perennials in my seedings.”

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1. Fremantle

“I can’t speak highly enough of Freo at the moment.

“How they’ve handled the (Nat) Fyfe stuff, how they’ve brought him back through the WAFL.

“In the last few weeks, they’ve beaten Hawthorn, the Lions and Melbourne.

“They deserve to be sitting on top of that four there.”

2. Geelong

“They’ve won four in a row.

“I Went Geelong Just Becuse They’ve Beaten What’s Been in Front of Them – They’ve Had West Coast, Bulldogs, Adelaide and Port. ‘Danger’ (Patrick Dangerfield) is injured.

“I reckon they’re looking good.

“I really like Geelong for the end of the season if they continue playing the football they are, using the twin towers up forward and then having Danger come back in fit.”


“They are sitting on top of the ladder at the moment, but i don think it’s been through the beautiful football they playing.

“I think Melbourne have dropped their bundle … and the Lions have gone 2-2 in the last four weeks.”


“Maxy Gawn’s Injury Now As Well Put On With the Three Losses in a Row with Teams that has identified how to get past their rebounding defense.

“I’ve got them slipping down to four, but at the end of the year I reckon teams are still going to be worried about them because it gives them time to bounce back and learn how they’ve lost those last three games.”


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