Breaking Even – Rd 10, 2020

Written by Chillo on August 2 2020

For those new to the game, a player’s break-even (or BE) is the score they must achieve in order to maintain their current price tag. The following are the details for most of the popular players (>3% ownership), plus a few other notables. Bookmark and enjoy!

Due to time constraints, I’ve had to abbreviate the BE list this week. If there’s a name not listed here that you’d like to hear about, throw it in the comments and I’ll do my best to accomodate you.

 

First Name, LAST NAME (TEAM) (Price, Average): BE

All MID DPPs are listed under def/fwd/ruck (as appropriate)

DEF-FWD DPPs are listed as defs

RUCK DPPs are listed as rucks

 

PREMIUM DEFENDERS (>$500K)

Luke RYAN (FRE) ($551 100, 101): 80

Jake LLOYD (SYD) ($610 000, 117): 81

Nick HAYNES (GWS) ($546 500, 111): 87

Caleb DANIEL (WBD) ($541 300, 105): 95

Jordan RIDLEY (ESS) ($512 100, 107): 104

James SICILY (HAW) ($603 900, 109): 109

Brayden MAYNARD (COL) ($504 400, 105): 110

Callum MILLS (SYD) ($541 400, 104): 130

MIDPRICE DEFENDERS ($300K-$500K)

Luke MCDONALD (NTH) ($394 300, 77): -23

Tom STEWART (GEE) ($443 000, 93): 31

John NOBLE (COL) ($305 100, 66): 34

Derek EGGMOLESSE-SMITH (RIC) ($310 000, 74): 74

Shannon HURN (WCE) ($429 100, 86): 79

Jayden SHORT (RIC) ($476 500, 95): 81

Zac WILLIAMS (GWS) ($460 700, 82): 86

Rory LAIRD (ADE) ($469 700, 91): 90

Jack CRISP (COL) ($486 600, 95): 103

Tom DOEDEE (ADE) ($433 500, 82): 104

Sam DOCHERTY (CAR) ($457 300, 100): 116

Dan HOUSTON (PTA) ($471 500, 87): 120

Adam SAAD (ESS) ($481 300, 97): 123

BUDGET / ROOKIE DEFENDERS (<$300K)

Tobe WATSON (FRE) ($155 400, 61): –29

Andrew MCPHERSON (ADE) ($245 600, 69): -2

Matthew LING (SYD) ($136 700, 40): 2

Ben MCKAY (NTH) ($238 000, 73): 8

Mark KEANE (COL) ($123 900, 42): 9

Will HAMILL (ADE) ($215 400, 44): 15

Trent RIVERS (MEL) ($166 000, 47): 20

Brandon ZERK-THATCHER (ESS) ($195 200, 46): 25

Stephen HILL (FRE) ($266 400, 64): 30

Will DAY (HAW) ($256 100, 69): 33

Lachlan ASH (GWS) ($277 500, 55): 45

Brandon STARCEVICH (BRL) ($249 000, 56): 48

Tom WILLIAMSON (CAR) ($227 000, 52): 48

 

PREMIUM MIDFIELDERS ($500K+)

Mitch DUNCAN (GEE) ($521 500, 111): 29

Jack MACRAE (WBD) ($655 000, 122): 60

Josh KELLY (GWS) ($606 600, 115): 61

Tom MITCHELL (HAW) ($568 800, 114): 72

Clayton OLIVER (MEL) ($616 100, 118): 86

Jarryd LYONS (BRL) ($582 600, 114): 86

Tim KELLY (WCE) ($557 800, 102): 93

Zach MERRETT (ESS) ($526 800, 105): 93

Lachie NEALE (BRL) ($678 800, 145): 96

Stephen CONIGLIO (GWS) ($548 700, 104): 98

Josh DUNKLEY (WBD) ($602 600, 109): 101

Andrew GAFF (WCE) ($500 100, 102): 103

Hugh MCCLUGGAGE (BRL) ($522 400, 103): 107

Luke PARKER (SYD) ($550 400, 109): 109

Jack VINEY (MEL) ($526 100, 108): 114

Jack STEELE (STK) ($614 300, 120): 124

Marcus BONTEMPELLI (WBD) ($521 300, 99): 128

Patrick DANGERFIELD (GEE) ($590 000, 109): 143

Nat FYFE (FRE) ($588 200, 114): 155

Adam TRELOAR (COL) ($609 000, 117): 180

MIDPRICE MIDFIELDERS ($300K – $500K)

Caleb SERONG (FRE) ($330 100, 78): -35

Sam MAYES (PTA) ($301 700, 79): 17

Marlion PICKETT (RIC) ($333 400, 74): 33

Luke SHUEY (WCE) ($488 100, 99): 45

Patrick CRIPPS (CAR) ($488 500, 102): 68

Andrew MCGRATH (ESS) ($476 100, 98): 71

Noah ANDERSON (GCS) ($345 000, 67): 72

Elliot YEO (WCE) ($480 600, 88): 123

Travis BOAK (PTA) ($494 900, 105): 138

BUDGET/ ROOKIE MIDFIELDERS (<$300K)

Kyron HAYDEN (NTH) ($248 300, 52): -19

Oleg MARKOV (RIC) ($184 400, 78): -2

Mitchell HIBBERD (ESS) ($219 100, 60): 4

Harley BENNELL (MEL) ($215 700, 56): 17

Sam SIMPSON (GEE) ($270 000, 80): 32

Jye CALDWELL (GWS) ($291 200, 68): 42

 

RUCKS

Sam DRAPER (ESS) ($123 900, 73): -22

Darcy CAMERON (COL) ($219 500, 62): -14

Nic NAITANUI (WCE) ($487 600, 101): 61

Luke JACKSON (MEL) ($239 000, 48): 61

Rowan MARSHALL (STK) ($523 300, 99): 62

Sam JACOBS (GWS) ($413 900, 93): 69

Paddy RYDER (STK) ($501 600, 96): 77

Marc PITTONET (CAR) ($338 700, 85): 80

Reilly O’BRIEN (ADE) ($545 200, 108): 146

Todd GOLDSTEIN (NTH) ($600 500, 128): 150

Brodie GRUNDY (COL) ($611 500, 124): 186

Max GAWN (MEL) ($771 300, 145): 217

Tim ENGLISH (WBD) ($593 800, 106): 232

 

PREMIUM FORWARDS (>$500K)

Dustin MARTIN (RIC) ($516 600, 105): 16

Lachie WHITFIELD (GWS) ($524 000, 97): 49

Andrew BRAYSHAW (FRE) ($546 800, 103): 85

Michael WALTERS (FRE) ($550 800, 112): 113

Christian PETRACCA (MEL) ($603 100, 117): 120

Hugh GREENWOOD (GCS) ($558 400, 106): 167

MIDPRICED FORWARDS ($300K– $500K)

Josh J. KENNEDY (WCE) ($422 700, 76): 16

Chad WINGARD (HAW) ($421 400, 92): 53

Dan BUTLER (STK) ($381 300, 87): 58

Charlie CAMERON (BRL) ($431 000, 85): 66

Bailey SMITH (WBD) ($432 900, 89): 78

Devon SMITH (ESS) ($353 700, 76): 89

Toby GREENE (GWS) ($498 800, 92): 91

Jack MARTIN (CAR) ($476 300, 96): 105

Jy SIMPKIN (NTH) ($425 400, 96): 163

BUDGET / ROOKIE FORWARDS (<$300K)

Bradley CLOSE (GEE) ($146 100, 64): -40

James BELL (SYD) ($159 900, 61): -27

Sam SKINNER (BRL) ($111 400, 63): -17

Jack MAHONY (NTH) ($221 400, 54): -14

Mitchell GEORGIADES (PTA) ($229 100, 73): -4

Elijah TAYLOR (SYD) ($156 500, 42): 2

Connor BALLENDEN (BRL) ($123 900, 48): 3

Jake AARTS (RIC) ($215 200, 56): 7

Cody WEIGHTMAN (WBD) ($152 000, 39): 14

Ned CAHILL (ESS) ($136 100, 30): 26

Max KING (STK) ($297 500, 62): 32

Connor BUDARICK (GCS) ($237 300, 52): 33

Connor ROZEE (PTA) ($282 300, 66): 67

Kysaiah KROPINYERI-PICKETT (MEL) ($223 600, 48): 68

Izak RANKINE (GCS) ($278 800, 76): 76

Laitham VANDERMEER (WBD) ($290 800, 61): 79

Curtis TAYLOR (NTH) ($266 400, 59): 79

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18 thoughts on “Breaking Even – Rd 10, 2020”

  1. Great work Chillo
    Brought in Mills after his 170 score as a POD
    Since then has gone 80, 110, 80 and has a break even if 130
    T/u keep he will come good
    T/d trade better options at that price

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  2. Great effort Chillo and guys. Hurn is bleeding me cash, need to side trade out for value and points . I have decided he is not a Def premo must have anymore. 2 tons after 9 rounds is not good enough. Happy to be wrong.
    TU : Stewart
    TD: Witherden

    Note: Last year I started Witherden because he was going to really kill it and take the kick ins. This year he is not even in best 22. Any Lions please explain?

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    1. Gday Jeannot,

      Re: Witho, Fages loves a settled line up and will only make changes if injury forces his hand. Lester and Rich have been complementing each other really well and last year Witherden had a propensity to fade quickly in games. Only trouble now is, Witherden came in and played the perfect hybrid of Lester and Rich’s role against the bombers.

      Tomorrow night against the Tiges will be telling but I still wouldn’t be surprised if one or both of Witherden / Answerth are still dropped once Lester and Rich come right.

      For this same reason I’m very hesitant to go with Skinner as a downgrade this week. Price and BE are super attractive and will obviously make quick cash, but McStay will come straight back in so Skinner’s JS is thin as / the bloke has had 3 knee reco’s.

      Good luck

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