On the contrary, quite a bit of it is there, just not all of it - yet.
Look at Q2 when McKenna went to switch and uncharacteristically didn't square the kick enough to Myers and found Dangerfield instead (note" something Zac Merrett managed to do when looking for a short pass to Heppell late in Q4 with a much, much easier kick).
Unlike Hurley's horrendous switch to Zaharakis in Q3 this didn't cost us a goal.
When the ball cam back into the hot spot in Geelong's F50, McKenna timed his leap perfectly and executed a perfect defensive spoil with enough aggression that no Cat forward was going to crumb it "front and square".
We got hold of the ball and Heppell starting running through the centre square on the Southern Stand side looking to release the ball.
Who should be running past to provide running support?
McKenna - who immediately ran right into the corridor , took a bounce and released a good handball, under some pressure, to a player in a better position.
The result - a few seconds later the ball is in Daniher's hands and he does that beautiful side step for a classic goal on the 50m arc.
It's not that McKenna doesn't make mistakes - he does - it's that he is then very determined to make up for it and turns what could have been a goal against us into a goal for us. First by defending well, then by rebounding well.
That's why he needs to stay in the team.
And, by the way, the "stars" in our team like Zac Merrett & Hurley, make the same mistakes too.
In fact, all players do - it's how they recover from it and what they then do that is good is what counts.