Four-time premiership player and three-time Coleman Medallist Jason Dunstall joined Jars and Louie on Triple M Adelaide's Rush Hour this afternoon and the chat quickly turned towards the Adelaide Crows' flag hopes.
The former Hawthorn captain admitted that it will take something special to topple the top-of-the-table Crows this season.
"They're getting a bit scary Jars, it worries me," Dunstall told Triple M.
"I'm getting a bit worried the premiership might be heading over the border.
"They're very, very impressive.
"We talk about that star studded forward line all the time, but they work hard defensively.
"They don't have many weaknesses and they're going to be a very hard team to stop - particularly if they play a couple of finals in Adelaide.
"They only have to go to the 'G once."
With Dunstall claiming the Crows his premiership fancy, Jars and Louie probed him as to who actually could challenge the Crows for this season's premiership.
"I think GWS and Sydney are definite - they're going to thereabouts," the champion full forward said.
"I think Richmond's the little smokey that might be able to do some sort of Western Bulldogs run come September."