GOLD Coast superstar Gary Ablett is out of the top 100 of the Schick AFL Player Ratings.
It is the first time the dual Brownlow medallist's spot on the list has fallen into triple figures. The ranking system began being recorded in 2010.
Despite his recent struggles, Ablett's average is the third-highest over that time, with only Fremantle's Nat Fyfe and Geelong's Patrick Dangerfield higher on that list.
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The ratings are calculated by taking into account a player's last 40 matches over a rolling two-year period. Ablett has played just 21 games in that time.
Suns captain Ablett, who turns 32 later this week, has seen his spot fall from No.47 at the start of the year to No.103.
His ranking is expected to stay at around the same mark until round 16, after which he should start to rise, assuming he stays on the park.
He was last ranked as the best player in the competition after four rounds in 2015, after which Collingwood skipper Scott Pendlebury became No.1.
Injuries have marred Ablett's past two years. A left shoulder reconstruction in 2014 ended his season on 15 games.
He would go on to finish equal-second in the Brownlow Medal with Sydney Swan Lance Franklin, four votes behind West Coast's Matt Priddis.
Fyfe was one vote behind Priddis, but was ineligible to win after being suspended.
Ablett held a seven-vote lead over the eventual winner before getting hurt.
After playing the first two games in 2015, Ablett acknowledged he came back too early from the surgery, and was not seen again until round 14. Three weeks later, he suffered a season-ending knee injury.
A five-time winner of the AFLPA MVP, he admitted last week concerns about his body meant he was not attacking contests as he once did.
"(There are) lots of little things I need to get back to playing the type of footy I know I can play," he told goldcoastfc.com.au.
"It's getting in and winning that contested ball. That was probably the biggest area for me.
"I was challenged from the boys to make sure that I step up my game."