Cow Talk – Round 13

Written by Father Dougal on June 21 2017

 

Small or Far Away, Father Dougal on Cows

First, I join everyone else in the world who writes about Supercoach in thanking God/Cthulhu/Gary that the byes are over for this year. Yay, the byes are done! I miss three trades a week, but at least I have only the normal challenges to fielding a full team. I do miss the complete freedom in the captain’s loophole. Have to remember that’s back to normal too.

Once again I steal Thommo’s theme for the week, sort of. I won’t always do that of course. If I had to come up with a stupid quote by an American politician for every cow, I’d end up in a special facility getting coloring books at Christmas for the rest of my life….

Since he did the heroes, I’m providing balance by giving a villain for every player. The bad guys are more fun anyway! Not strictly comic book super villains, although they are all pretty super. Rather having my backstory being “he went mad trying to decide which villain went with which cow, becoming mad-cow man” I’m gonna do a countdown of the top… (pauses to count) …seventeen villains of all time. I’m sure it will work out. And these are my top villains, not a general list, there are a lot of those, mostly with The Joker in #1. Which I can’t argue with from some overall rational viewpoint, but I was never into him so, ha, off the list! Mock not the awesome list of Father Awesome!

Standard bits

When looking at projections, remember that a score over or under a player’s current average will affect not just the next week but the ones after it since their average, and thus the projections, will move along with the current week. If you think their current average is not a good predictor of future performance, take that into account when you plan.

Also, don’t forget that any cow is capable of a shock high or low score. Extra so if they have had one in the past. Every week I am reminded how these numbers are just a help in making decisions, and not predictions of what will actually happen.

This season I am including past weeks and more weeks ahead. After spending all that time on growth patterns it would be silly not to include the data needed to see them! I have also put historical numbers in gray, so it is easy to see projections vs reality.

Defenders

Andy Otten – #17 Bad Horse: Dr. Horribles Sing Along Blog – The idea of the Evil League of Evil is fun and the idea of the head of the Evil League of Evil being a bad horse named Bad Horse is funny, right up until the last verse of his intro song, in which his cowboy minions sing  “So make the bad horse gleeful Or he’ll make you his mare”  at which time: Wait, what…?  Ahhhhh!  No no no…. Now that’s a threat –  Otten didn’t play last week, and this week he is set to lose big cash that he is not likely to make back. Sell him now or he makes you his, um….sad owner.

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 45 123,900
2 108 123,900
3 98 123,900
4 98 203,800
5 101 286,300
6 61 344,300
7 69 370,000
8 56 376,400
9 72 360,400
10 121 353,900
11 36 372,200
12 62 376,200
13 375,500
14 77.3 375,500 Hawk
15 77.3 355,226 -20,274 -20,274 Blues
16 77.3 358,666 3,440 -16,834 Dogs
17 77.3 368,006 9,340 -7,494 Demons
18 77.3 374,898 6,892 -602 Cats

Thomas Stewart – #16  Mr Boddy: Clue – A big nothing until Tim Curry came along and brought him to life, which is sort of ironic. He hammed it up through one of my favorite movies, keeping his alternate ending secrets right up to the alternate endings  – The expected ending for Tom was more blah, much like his beginning this season. Turns out he surprised his owners with a 91 followed by a 73 and 74, for a much better selling price than anyone expected. A nice twist ending. If you are not replacing him with Ryan this week, he will make a small amount more, unless he keeps up the increased scoring, in which case he will make, um, a larger small amount more.

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 57 117,300
2 60 117,300
3 22 117,300
4 53 148,900
5 70 170,300
6 68 190,700
7 225,900
8 46 225,900
9 52 249,044
10 91 257,600
11 73 274,400
12 298,300
13 74 298,300
14 60.5 326,300 Dockers
15 60.5 333,329 7,029 7,029 Giants
16 60.5 332,961 -369 6,661 Lions
17 60.5 326,687 -6,273 387 Hawks
18 60.5 322,059 -4,629 -4,241 Crows

Andrew McGrath #15  Yellow Diamond: Steven Universe – In theory Steven Universe is a children’s cartoon, but in practice it is just a great show. Yellow Diamond is literally that; an alien gem, rulers of lots of other gems, who hates the Earth and wants to destroy it. Oh, and she’s like 18 feet tall and scary. She is voiced by two time Grammy and two time Tony award winning Patti LuPone (!)  – not your ordinary kids show.  – McGrath may not be 18 feet tall and has not yet won any awards, but he’s been gem solid this season. He is also at what could be his peak selling price three price weeks after his R10 101. It appears I just invented the term price week, since we can’t say weeks because missing time does not count, so sometimes normal weeks don’t work. And I just now thought to call that something.

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 83 211,800
2 56 211,800
3 62 211,800
4 97 246,500
5 82 278,100
6 89 313,200
7 350,700
8 66 350,700
9 59 364,300
10 101 364,400
11 55 369,700
12 61 368,200
13 368,700
14 73.7 368,700 Swans
15 73.7 356,666 -12,034 -12,034 Lions
16 73.7 356,140 -526 -12,560 Pies
17 73.7 361,429 5,289 -7,271 Saints
18 73.7 365,331 3,902 -3,369 Roos

Caleb Marchbank   #14  Elrod of Melvinbone: Cerebus the Aardvark – Last of his race, albino, wielder of the black sword Seersucker, with the voice and personality of Foghorn Leghorn. An insane combination that works. Not very villainous, but enough, and consistently hilarious  –  While he isn’t very funny, as far as I know, Marchbank has been consistently scoring points and increasing in value. He works, hard and has managed to justify his high starting price. He is going to be hard pressed to go up in value, so can probably be sold anytime. His price should be stable barring an extreme score. (Get used to that phrase over the rest of the season.)

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 97 236,100
2 82 236,100
3 56 236,100
4 74 279,600
5 76 301,100
6 69 314,600
7 108 329,800
8 63 356,700
9 61 370,000
10 70 376,600
11 364,400
12 95 364,400
13 55.0 369,900 Suns
14 75.5 371,200 1,300 1,300 Tigers
15 75.5 375,312 4,112 5,412 Crows
16 75.5 369,635 -5,677 -265 Demons
17 75.5 374,601 4,966 4,701 Dogs
18 75.5 378,274 3,673 8,374 Lions

Nick Newman – #13 Captain Cockroach, aka Wolveroach, aka Moon Roach, aka Secret Sacred Wars Roach, aka Normal Roach, aka Punisher Roach, aka Sergeant Preston of the Royal Mounted Iestan police: Cerebus the Aardvark – Insane and with whatever super identity was funny at the time, he came out of nowhere and drove people nuts. Had a habit of dropping giant stone moons on people as a form of “unorthodox economic revenge”– Newman sure took unorthodox economic revenge on anyone who traded him out too soon! Punished them too. He is far from normal though, in that he’s grown into a steer and a probable season keeper. How often do we get a cow who replacing is a luxury trade? Will be Invisible Roach after this week, at least here.

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 123,900
2 73 123,900
3 105 123,900
4 80 126,900
5 206,700
6 59 206,700
7 261,400
8 151 261,400
9 93 322,000
10 72 372,900
11 416,000
12 89 416,000
13 104 420,500
14 91.8 428,600 Bombers
15 91.8 443,223 14,623 14,623 Demons
16 91.8 456,314 13,092 27,714 Suns
17 91.8 460,531 4,217 31,931 Giants
18 91.8 463,650 3,119 35,050 Saints

Midfielders

Sam Powell-Pepper – #12  Catwoman: Originally the Batman comic, but really from the 60’s TV series – Juile Newmar in that skintight black outfit, with the purring, and oh my. Oh, and Eartha Kitt, and Lee Meriwether….  – Sam was purrrfectly wonderful over the byes with an average of 77.66 over three matches. He also has a purrrfect record of going up in price ever single round. He is likely to go up a little more each of the next two weeks, and who knows after that. Does not have to be rushed out to avoid a drop, which is nice if you have other players who do. A purrrfectly obvious choice at the start of the season that worked out, you guessed it, purrrfectly.

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 78 135,300
2 90 135,300
3 51 135,300
4 41 198,000
5 55 227,500
6 97 233,800
7 60 258,700
8 70.0 285,700
9 311,900
10 55 311,900
11 88 312,600
12 60 325,200
13 85 330,700
14 69.2 348,100 Pies
15 69.2 352,640 4,540 4,540 Tigers
16 69.2 360,618 7,978 12,518 Eagles
17 69.2 359,439 -1,179 11,339 Roos
18 69.2 358,568 -872 10,468 Demons

Sammo Petrevski-Seton #11  Harley Quinn: Batman animated TV show & some movie. – While the movie starring Margo Robbie’s butt was, well, maybe ok, she is a really good character in the Animated show. In love with a very challenging person to be in love with, she is crazy and unpredictable but loyal. – Sammo plays for a very challenging team to be in love with, and has been unpredictable. We’ll find out about loyal in a few years. He’s lost $62,000 since his high before R10, when he had that 26 which has killed his value. It is not done either, there is one more week of pain before things look up. What do you do with him? Hold for a better score? Sell for what he is worth now? You could recover over $200,000 in a downgrade. Don’t think about it too hard or you too could go mad….

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 59 189,300
2 51 189,300
3 116 189,300
4 49 240,900
5 49 274,400
6 78 298,400
7 134 298,700
8 59 337,200
9 58 369,500
10 26 384,700
11 347,700
12 347,700
13 64 347,700
14 67.5 322,700 Tigers
15 67.5 305,847 -16,853 -16,853 Crows
16 67.5 315,177 9,330 -7,523 Demons
17 67.5 323,662 8,484 962 Dogs
18 67.5 329,936 6,274 7,236 Lions

Jake Barrett – #10  Jacobim Mugatu: Zoolander – “Who cares about Derek Zoolander anyway? The man has only one look, for Christ’s sake! Blue Steel? Ferrari? Le Tigre? They’re the same face! Doesn’t anybody notice this? I feel like I’m taking crazy pills! I invented the piano key necktie, I invented it! What have you done, Derek? You’ve done nothing! NOTHIIIING! And I will be a monkey’s uncle if I let you ruin this for me, because if you can’t get the job done, then I will!” Who cares about Jake Barrett anyway? The man has only one kick, for Christ’s sake! The Banana? Drop Punt? Torpedo Punt? They’re the same Kick! Doesn’t anybody notice this? I feel like I’m taking crazy pills! I invented the green substitutes vest, I invented it! What have you scored, Jake? You’ve scored nothing! NOTHIIIING! And I will be a lion’s uncle if I let you ruin this for me, because if you can’t get the job done, then I will trade you out for a real premium!

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 46 127,900
2 50 127,900
3 74 127,900
4 170,600
5 170,600
6 170,600
7 60 170,600
8 59 208,200
9 87 239,600
10 77 268,800
11 297,800
12 97.0 297,800
13 54 336,400
14 67.1 350,000 Giants
15 67.1 356,331 6,331 6,331 Bombers
16 67.1 347,651 -8,680 -2,349 Cats
17 67.1 347,094 -558 -2,906 Tigers
18 67.1 346,681 -412 -3,319 Blues

Jarrod Berry – #9  Sideshow Bob: The Simpsons – His cunning plan to replace Krusty the Clown and elevate the quality of children’s television in Springfield was foiled by Bart Simpson. Afterwards his plans to kill Bart Simpson were all foiled by Bart Simpson. Failure after failure and yet he still tries.  – Berry has failed a lot this season. Had an awful first three rounds, but he kept going and has ended up with an 84 that was of course, followed by another 44 failure. But, if you sell this week or next you could get something decent from him. And that tattoo on his chest says “the, Bart the” in German.

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 139,800
2 139,800
3 32 139,800
4 29 139,800
5 14 139,800
6 62 136,900
7 60 147,900
8 71 170,000
9 75 211,400
10 48 248,000
11 269,500
12 84 269,500
13 44 291,400
14 51.9 293,500 Giants
15 51.9 297,467 3,967 3,967 Bombers
16 51.9 286,051 -11,417 -7,449 Cats
17 51.9 281,140 -4,911 -12,360 Tigers
18 51.9 277,508 -3,632 -15,992 Blues

Tim Taranto – #8  Dr. Clayton Deborah Susan Forrester: Mystery Science Theater 3000 – A member of the Fraternal Order of Mad Science, Dr. Forrester sends some poor slobs into space and makes them watch cheesy movies in the hope of finding one that will drive them insane. Worked at the Gizmonic Institute then moved his lair to Deep 13.  – We don’t have Deep 13 but we are past week 13, and the byes sure seemed like an evil plan to drive us all mad. Tim’s cheezy score of 45 R12 could sure have caused some sanity loss in his owners. It definitely put a hurt on his price, which is looking to drop short of a miracle score.

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 44 207,300
2 75 207,300
3 49 207,300
4 60 228,300
5 250,800
6 86 250,800
7 66 272,100
8 82 295,700
9 81 322,400
10 72 340,100
11 85 355,700
12 45 368,100
13 362,000
14 67.7 362,000 Lions
15 67.7 355,291 -6,709 -6,709 Cats
16 67.7 342,636 -12,655 -19,364 Hawks
17 67.7 343,436 800 -18,564 Swans
18 67.7 344,027 590 -17,973 Tigers

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Forwards

Kayne “Shonky Smurf” Turner – #7  The Riddler:  Batman TV series – Frank Gorshin’s cheerful mad laugh and capering antics captured a man who wanted to mess with the Batman more than anything else.

The Joker: “Suppose Penguin did fail! All the more reason not to send up your stupid clues!”  The Riddler: “Oh, but I must, I must! Outwitting Batman is my sole delight, my heaven on earth, my very paradise! “ Riddle me this: What’s blue and floats?  Kayne Turner’s Smurf Board!  The Riddler torments Batman and Turner torments me. I somehow doubts he enjoys it as much. It is a remote and impersonal torment of course, not like the carefully crafted taunts of the Riddler.   Schwarzwalder: Suppose the numbers tell the story on their own! All the more reason not to put in all that random stuff in Cow Talk!”  Father Dougal: “Oh, but I must, I must! Amusing and/or confusing readers of Cow Talk is my sole delight, my heaven on earth, my very paradise!

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 56 171,400
2 71 171,400
3 55 171,400
4 49 208,100
5 41 231,800
6 61 236,100
7 86 241,600
8 72 262,400
9 87 291,100
10 80 324,200
11 55 345,800
12 353,600
13 43 353,600
14 63.0 340,400 Dogs
15 63.0 322,972 -17,428 -17,428 Suns
16 63.0 313,681 -9,291 -26,719 Dockers
17 63.0 315,746 2,066 -24,654 Power
18 63.0 317,271 1,524 -23,129 Bombers

Will Hoskin-Elliot – #6  Mayor Wilkins: Buffy the Vampire SlayerFarscape – Such a nice guy, clean cut, cares about his town, always polite, and wants to turn himself into a giant demonic snake. The epitome of affably evil. – Such a fine cow. Lots of good scores and some great ones, rose in price, still has a chance to slowly increase in value. Wants to turn himself into a reliable forward.

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 88 213,300
2 120 213,300
3 71 213,300
4 70 282,500
5 51 325,200
6 125 326,200
7 65 350,500
8 75 366,500
9 71 388,400
10 64 380,900
11 90 374,700
12 62 376,200
13 374,200
14 79.3 374,200 Power
15 79.3 379,282 5,082 5,082 Hawks
16 79.3 378,274 -1,008 4,074 Bombers
17 79.3 385,262 6,988 11,062 Suns
18 79.3 390,417 5,156 16,217 Eagles

Daniel Butler#5  Ambush Bug: Superman Comics, Ambush Bug mini-seriesWhen the planet Schwab was about to explode Brum-El sent his wardrobe to earth, hoping it would survive. And so on. This not sane, teleporting “friend” of Superman, once swapped bodies with him. And, and I am not making this up, was in a superhero team called the “Justice League of Anarchy”, which also included Harley Quinn! Took a doll as his sidekick, leading to my favorite ever line in a comic book, “Don’t worry, my sidekick is disarming the bomb now.”  Once defeated Quantis, the 50′ Koala that Walks Like a Man.  Butler does have a lot in common with Ambush Bug. Both blink in and out, and can be crazy making when they do.  My condolences to to Butler’s owners. My Prime Minister and pig reference turned out waaaay more accurate than I would ever have guessed. The numbers are not nearly as bad for Butler as I would have thought.  He could make back what he will lost over the next two weeks quickly. Still, a 14? “Don’t worry. Butler is taking a set shot now”

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 96 123,900
2 65 123,900
3 79 123,900
4 64 198,800
5 64 239,700
6 54 269,600
7 57 280,100
8 36 285,000
9 275,100
10 275,100
11 58 275,100
12 270,391
13 14 270,391
14 58.7 247,700 Blues
15 58.7 241,059 -6,641 -6,641 Power
16 58.7 236,472 -4,588 -11,228 Saints
17 58.7 253,025 16,553 5,325 Lions
18 58.7 265,239 12,214 17,539 Giants

Cam McCarthy – #4  Dr. Mrs. The Monarch: The Venture Brothers –  A very capable and sexy villainess with a deep 3 pack a day voice, who is married to the much less capable Monarch.    – Once again Cam is linked with the Venture brothers and the theme of failure. And that wasn’t planned this time; I ranked the list with no regard to which cow someone would be matched with. Cam has had no chance to fail since last week, but he does play this week. I’m glad for that connection, because there is about nothing that matches up well between Cam and the very capable Dr. Mrs. the Monarch. Wait, I’m wrong. She and the Monarch are swingers, and Cam has a porn stash. Ok, that’s a reach, but it is something.

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 36 203,600
2 28 203,600
3 53 203,600
4 100 202,800
5 72 230,600
6 78 271,000
7 73 311,500
8 66 329,700
9 61 339,900
10 43 340,100
11 50 326,800
12 21 309,300
13 279,300
14 56.8 279,300 Cats
15 56.8 263,059 -16,241 -16,241 Saints
16 56.8 254,087 -8,972 -25,213 Roos
17 56.8 263,413 9,326 -15,887 Eagles
18 56.8 270,294 6,881 -9,006 Hawks

Blake Hardwick – #3  The Evil Midnight Bomber What Bombs at Midnight: The Tick Animated Series – And so he says to me, you want to be a bad guy? and I say Yeah Baby! I want to be bad! I says Churchill space ponies I’m making gravy without the lumps! Ah ha ha ha ha haaaaa!!!!!  Well, he is exactly what his name says. And he laughs with five exclamation points, which is a sure sign of mental issues, not that there is any doubt of that at all.  If you have not seen the “The Tick vs The Tick” then find a way to see it! – An object at rest, cannot be stopped!”  Both Hardwick and The Evil Midnight Bomber What Bombs at Midnight (Yeah baby Yeah!) have never managed to make something of themselves. Promising starts but no follow though. Oh they try, but they both belong in the sidekicks lounge and not the Comet Club. Hmm, and they both wear brown and yellow! “And so he says, I don’t like the cut of your jib, and I go, I says it’s the only jib I got, baby!”

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 134,900
2 134,900
3 134,900
4 63 134,900
5 65 134,900
6 77 134,900
7 74 191,000
8 32 237,600
9 55 256,800
10 65 261,400
11 52 260,700
12 47 268,700
13 271,600
14 58.9 271,600 Crows
15 58.9 270,821 -779 -779 Pies
16 58.9 273,319 2,498 1,719 Giants
17 58.9 280,465 7,146 8,865 Cats
18 58.9 285,737 5,273 14,137 Dockers

James Parsons – #2  Zorak: Space Ghost Coast to Coast –  He is the Lone Mantis of the Apocalypse, think of him when you look to the night sky… Green and evil enemy of Space Ghost, now enslaved and forced to serve as Space Ghost’s band leader on a late night talk show – Zorak talks a lot but never really does much evil, aside from eating his nephew Raymond. Parsons has not done much scoring aside from never.

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 117,300
2 117,300
3 60 117,300
4 68 117,300
5 117,300
6 117,300
7 19 117,300
8 38 152,300
9 47 168,000
10 42 170,500
11 56 182,500
12 199,000
13 51 199,000
14 47.6 213,300 Dockers
15 47.6 226,349 13,049 13,049 Giants
16 47.6 232,242 5,893 18,942 Lions
17 47.6 235,084 2,842 21,784 Hawks
18 47.6 237,182 2,097 23,882 Crows

Dan Houston – #1  Dr Evil: the Austin Powers movies – Do I even need to  explain who he is? –  Well, he is back from the past, and making himself known again! Whoo hooo, that was an easy one. Dan, wow, way to go on your unexpected return. Could easily make $40-50k over the next two weeks while that big score is in his system. “Why don’t you just get a ball and kick it through the posts?” Oh wait, he did! 

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 72 117,300
2 81 117,300
3 68 117,300
4 68 185,500
5 73 233,900
6 51 266,300
7 56 282,200
8 288,900
9 288,900
10 288,900
11 288,900
12 288,900
13 90 288,900
14 69.9 301,100 Pies
15 69.9 318,451 17,351 17,351 Tigers
16 69.9 337,442 18,991 36,342 Eagles
17 69.9 342,478 5,036 41,378 Roos
18 69.9 346,194 3,716 45,094 Demons

Hugh Greenwood Speculum Man; who turned out to be Spectrum man, which is nowhere near as scary a name. – I ran his numbers but blanked on adding him in this week. The whole cut and paste thing works less well with the blokes not there from last week.  Wow, lots of cash to come, assuming he keeps that average up. Lots even if he does not. Not a good choice to sell this week, or the next, and maybe not after that, although getting the money to use will matter more than more money soon enough.

Week Score Price Proj. Change Total Proj Next
1 117,300
2 117,300
3 117,300
4 117,300
5 117,300
6 117,300
7 117,300
8 117,300
9 104 117,300
10 72 117,300
11 72 117,300
12 68 196,900
13 240,000
14 79.0 240,000 Hawk
15 79.0 274,763 34,763 34,763 Blues
16 79.0 303,535 28,772 63,535 Dogs
17 79.0 329,671 26,135 89,671 Demons
18 79.0 348,954 19,284 108,954 Cats
19 79.0 363,182 14,228 123,182 Pies
20 79.0 373,680 10,498 133,680 Power

Other stuff:  The rest of my top 25:

#18 Professor Chaos: South Park

#19 Bishop Brennan: Father Ted

#20 Dick Dastardly: His own and other shows

#21 Jareth the Goblin King: Labyrinth

#22 The Robot Devil: Futurama

#23 Jar Jar Binks: Star Wars

#24 Ross Lyon: Fremantle Dockers

#25 Captain Boomerang: Who cares, some comic book….

 

Remember the Craggy Island guarantee, all predictions wrong or double your money back!

 

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10 thoughts on “Cow Talk – Round 13”

  1. Great stuff Father!

    I think you will find your projections are out on James Parson’s after his Round 13 51 as he cracked the 200k mark.
    Also any chance this week or next of adding James Stewart to Cow Talk.

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    1. Thanks! I can add Stewart next week.

      I’m not sure what you are thinking is off on Parsons. His price today is $213,300 and he should rise even with a 47.6 average. I did check the numbers on him. Could you explain in more detail please?

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  2. Thanks Father.

    I suspect Fishers numbers aren’t good but could he possibly do a “Menadue” and get to $3ooK ?

    I’m culling Barrett and SPP this week. Both have served me quite well over the Byes.

    I’m keeping Berry for now as his DPP is handy.

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    1. I can’t speak to how likely, but my very quick check says that it would take a 110 next week followed by 50 and 50 for him to break $300k. I suspect he would really just miss it were I to be more detailed. A ton would be more like $290,000, or probably a bit less.

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  3. My bad Father i should never have doubted you. I thought you had him priced @$199k and , was going to increase to 213.3k after this Round. The Byes confused me with his price @199k 2 weeks in a row.
    That is why you are the Cow Talk man and , i am just a reader.

    Thanks for adding Stewart as i want to turn him into Gawn. I have the money to do it next week , but i just think the money Stewart will have to make with the 105 in his price cycle as well as Gawn is going to drop more. Therefore , i will probably just have to wait until the week after.

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  4. Forgive me if I missed something, but any reason why Hughie Greenwood’s not in this article?

    Thanks for yet another delicious snack in my supercoach diet!

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    1. D’oh, I ran his numbers but forgot to add him! I will do that tomorrow. Quick answer is he should make close to $90k over the next three weeks, and more after that if he keeps his average up

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