AFL 2013: Profiling Winning and Losing After Five Rounds

Five rounds have been completed in the 2013 AFL season.

Geelong, Essendon and Port Adelaide have won all five of their games to date. GWS are the only team not to have won a game.

The average points scored per quarter by Winners over the first five weeks of the season are:

Wiiners 5

For Losers:

Losers

Essendon is on top of the AFL ladder after five weeks, GWS is at the bottom. Their performances against average trends are:

WL 5

The gap between Winners and Losers on average over five rounds is:

Gap

I have been monitoring end of third quarter scores too. Thus far seven teams have overcome a deficit at the end of the third quarter to win. Round 5 saw the biggest comeback to date. Port Adelaide overcame a 21 point deficit to defeat West Coast.

Q3 5

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