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Brisbane Lions coach Chris Fagan put it best. “All of a sudden it’s let’s pick on Joey Daniher week!” he said at his weekly press conference ahead of Thursday night’s game against a flying Collingwood.

Fagan wasn’t wrong. Since Daniher sprayed a lavish 0.4 against the Bulldogs last Thursday night, a host of ex-players – many of them former key forwards – have lined up to crack at the 2017 All-Australian, including Matthew Lloyd, Jonathan Brown and Jason Dunstall them.

Brisbane Lions forward Joe Daniher.

Brisbane Lions forward Joe Daniher.Credit: AFL photos

Fagan pointed out that the Lions spearhead had scored four goals against Melbourne the week before. It’s a rollercoaster ride for teammates and spectators watching Daniher: Charlie Cameron was one who openly expressed his displeasure on the field last week.

But Daniher’s unpredictability with his teammates and Cameron’s reaction are both symptoms of a larger truth: The Lions’ forward line, once one of the AFL’s strongest attacking units, has become dysfunctional.

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Ryan Sederquist

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