Richmond may be sitting dead last on the AFL ladder, and staring at yet another wooden spoon for their silverware cupboards, but there have been a few shining lights.
One of these shining lights have been young gun Jack Reiwoldt, and his slow development of being one of the games big improvers.
The skinny red head showed the football world on the weekend, just why the Tigers have so much faith in him, after he slotted through ten majors.
He is now the first player to kick a double figure bag this year, and now sits pretty on top of the Coleman Medal table.
So if you were a Dreamteam user and you had Reiwoldt in your side, you would be feeling pretty happy about yourself.
The Richmond forward scored a total of 150 points, and now has cracked the ton barrier for the fourth time of the year.
His average now sits at an impressive 92, with an average over the past five games of more than 111.
Despite the fact his team are struggling, Reiwoldt has shown that stars can still shine, much like Brendan Fevola did when he won the Coleman Medal in Carlton’s wooden Spoon year in 2006.
The only question mark I have is how kicking ten goals doesn’t earn you player of the week honours?