So what the above table does is sort the teams by games won divided by total games played. There are two of the three teams on top with 40 points that have accumulated those points over 13 games. The other has done so over 12 games.
By using match ratio and not bumping one team down using points won, you at least acknowledge that a team (in this case West Coast) have performed better than those on equivalent points.
Doing otherwise is not crediting your follower with enough intelligence to understand return for effort.
The Wash Up
Imagine tipping Carlton an being expected to be taken seriously.
Also, 2 x 57 and a 56... hello Gigs.
The weekly rankings don't show much of interest, other than Port and Adelaide headed in opposite directions.
The Week Ahead
No real games of interest here. and that's not just the FMI opinion. The Squiggle accumulation also has all games locked in.
Enjoy your football.