Nick Haynes says he is not dwelling on his missed mark in the Giants' 2016 preliminary final that resulted in Jack Macrae kicking a crucial goal for the Bulldogs.
"There's obviously one or two things in a game that you look back on with regret, and I've talked to a few of the boys who feel the same," he said.
"Ultimately you make a decision and you have to live and die by the sword.
"I chose to come off my man because thatís how I play, and if I'd pulled down the mark it would have been great for the team, but I didn't and the ball trickled out and ended up with (Jack) Macrae.
"Leon (Cameron) didn't speak to me about it afterwards, I knew straight away after it happened and I think he saw that.
"There's a lot of instances in a game that can affect the result, so I don't dwell on that one decision, and you get over it pretty quick.
"All you can do is move on and hopefully more often than not you make the right decision when you come off your man."