Cast your eyes upon initial lineup for the 2019 Maulers, community!
As you know, with trades being free, they’re being made daily right now but this’ll give you a good idea of where my head is at. Standard disclaimers apply around rookies and I’ve written this post before JLT2 so that may change a couple of things as well.
It leaves me with $165k in the bank. Lets go through each line:
Without doubt, the most revolutionary I’ve been in a first cut ever I think. 4 midpricers and 2 rooks on field. My thinking is: the person that wins SuperCoach isn’t going to be the one that did the same as everyone else. There’s also 4 underpriced players back there that I can’t pick between! Yes, there’s risk but with that comes the potential for reward. Up until last night, I had Laird sitting at D1 but at $587k he’s only going to go one way I reckon and when Laird said that Brodie Smith will take the Crows’ kick-ins and will leave the goalsquare at every opportunity, that was the final straw. Laird to Smith put $250k in the bank. I used $150k of that in my forward line, the rest I’ll keep in the bank for that first trade.
Don’t think this needs too much explaining. The 5 guns will be there all season. And hopefully Sammy Walsh will too.
Initially had a Grawndy set up before deciding it was too much cash and switching it to Grundstein. Hearing Goldy’s in great nick this PS, and the Preuss threat bothers me.
The $150k upgrade I made in my Forwards was Balta -> Dow. Paddy looked terrific in JLT1 and could be the POD I need to go all the way. Of course, if he spuds it up in JLT2, he’ll be on the train leaving Mauler Station faster than you can say “Carlton’s gonna finish 10th this year”. Dunkley finished 2018 off beautifully and cemented his slot after I found out he’d come back from a trip to the US with ambitions to be the very best player he can be. The rest of the guys I think are self-explanatory.
So there it is guys. All compliments will be gratefully received. All criticisms can be emailed to TheEmailFolderNoneOfUsRead@supercoachtalk.com.
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