BRISBANE will "wait and see" the severity of Charlie Cameron's knee injury, but coach Chris Fagan is confident his All Australian forward will be OK.

Cameron landed awkwardly after trying to grab a mark in the final quarter of the Lions' win over the Western Bulldogs, thumping his fist into the Gabba turf in frustration.

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After hobbling off the ground in obvious discomfort, the 26-year-old had it strapped and returned to play a few more minutes before finishing on the bench with the knee iced. 

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"It's like a bang on the ground more than any structural damage, but we'll have to wait and see on that one," Fagan said post-match.

"It's too early to tell."

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While the 11,061 home fans gasped at the prospect of losing their star forward for an extended period, Fagan said he initially wasn't sure who was injured.

"They said it was Charlie. I thought 'right, OK, that doesn't look too good'.

"When you're coaching you just stay in the game and you worry about that later, but hopefully I think it's nothing major."

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Brisbane's win completed a 3-1 record in its hectic schedule of four games in the past 13 days.

"To have two, four-day breaks in a row and to come out and play like that tonight against a really good opposition, I was really proud of our team and the grit they showed," he said.

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Meanwhile, Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge said his team was too "immature" to play four good quarters at the moment and conceded they now had little room to move to play finals.

Beveridge was left to lament a horror second quarter where Brisbane rattled on five quick goals just before half-time to blow the game open.

Most of the damage came from the middle of the ground, where the Lions ran roughshod at centre clearances, winning that stat 18-10, seven of which alone came via Lachie Neale.

"I think we became pretty paranoid and reactive in there after they were coming in clean," he said.

"We got on the back foot and we have to learn from that, because it's a situation where you can't lose the voltage in your feet … they just had the better of us."

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Western Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge pointed to his side being 'immature' and its inability to play well throughout the whole game after losing a crunch clash with Brisbane

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Now perched outside the eight with only six rounds to go, the Bulldogs have an uphill battle.

"So that's where we sit, we are immature," he said.

"We are not able to drive for the 90 or 100 minutes that the game requires at the moment.

"And we are honest with that. Our players are beating themselves up about it at the moment.

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"It is my duty and our inspiration to support them and drive them, and sometimes be a little bit hard on them, to find a four-quarter outlook which we have been unable to find.

"There is a little bit to learn and a little bit to work on but there's not much wriggle room left for us now, we can't drop too many more if we want to be there at the end of the year.

"The main thing is that we need to do is maintain the rage for four quarters."