As such, I like to break things down into the simplest possible terms at times and when looking at the AFL off-season, I like to look at which teams made a significant improvement in their list for the coming season, which teams stagnated, and which teams got worse.
For this purpose, we have to forget about future draft picks – I know they’re a huge part of dealings, but we will not see these aspects of deals bear any fruit until at least the 2025 season. So, concentrating only on the upcoming 2024 season, who got better, who got worse, and who stayed the same?
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