Sorry Aogán Ó Fearghail, we got there first. #JustSaying.
Last weekend, the Sunday Game started something new, that went under the radar a little bit. We like to call is 'triangle analysis'.
Following the Monaghan vs Cavan clash, the Sunday Game panelists whipped out Microsoft paint and went to town and the 'game changing' diagonal passes that Monaghan were using to carve Cavan open. If we're being honest, it was a cart full of nonsense. And we made our feelings perfectly clear.
We can only assume the GAA president enjoyed our analysis of the analysis because during a more rounded swipe at punditry surrounding gaelic football at the moment, he took some time out to talk specifically about those triangles.
We saw loads of hexagons and triangles and honours maths-type diagrams but all it proved to me was that the man did honours maths. I saw very little real analysis.
Nobody was saying anything good and then they were all very upset because another individual had been called ugly but what about Cavan football which has made huge advances?
While we're fully on board with Ó Fearghail's triangle scepticism, we would have to make one small point. It seems unlikely you'd need honours maths to draw those triangles.