Matt Taberner took nine marks against Carlton. But he's mobile enough that he should do that just about every week and he hasn't shown enough development of strength to wrestle with backmen or footy nous that he can find ways into the game.
I know bashing Taberner (along with Sheridan and Sutcliffe) is currently de rigueur, but I think he's shown improvement in one-on-one contested marking. He took a good one in the Carlton game, and also won a similar contest on the wing in the Norths game (though it wasn't paid as a mark for some reason).
I know, I know: he needs to take more than one a game, blah, blah, blah. But he looks to me to be developing a technique and building into it. I also think it's a bit unfair to bag him for not taking contested marks in front of goals, when it's quite obvious he's being coached not to mark, but to palm it down to the crumbers. Someone in one of the other threads (half-jokingly) suggested that Ballas and Walters should be taking the blame for Taberner's failings. Maybe the joke to seriousness ratio shouldn't even be as high as 1:1.