In the most turbulent and chaotic of AFL seasons, there has been one constant – Port Adelaide have held down the top spot on the ladder since the season began (albeit with a massive gap between rounds one and two) in March.
The Power copped a dent to their percentage thanks to a 60-point loss to Geelong on Friday night, but they still edge the Cats at the top of the ladder midway through the current round.
The table below (updated until the end of round 11, which finished on Wednesday night) shows how the ladder positions of all 18 clubs have fluctuated round by round.
For Port Adelaide, it's a story of domination and consistency. For cross-town rival Adelaide, however, it's a story of woe after the winless Crows slumped to bottom spot after round three and have been flat-lining since.
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