Elite Numbers ’19 -Jack Crisp (COL)

Written by Schwarzwalder on February 12 2019

(Written & Created By Adam)

With 88 games on the trot, Crisp provides a versatile option.

 

SC 2018: 95.77 from 22

MCG: 94.29 from 14 (8/14 below 100, 1/14 120+)

Interstate: 93.4 from 5 (3/5 below 100)

MCG Wins: 97.13 from 8 (4/8 below 100, 1/8 120+)

MCG Losses: 90.5 from 6 (4/6 below 100)

Wins: 97.13 from 15 (8/15 below 100, 1/15 120+)

Losses: 92.86 from 7 (4/7 below 100)

Pre Bye: 96.42 from 12 (7/12 below 100, 1/12 120+)

Post Bye: 95 from 10 (5/10 below 100)

 

2018 Stat Averages:

Disposals: 23.23

SC Avg when disposals equal/exceed 24: 109 from 8 (low of 83 and a high of 128, 2/8 below 100, 1/8 120+)

SC Avg when disposals below 24: 88.21 from 14 (low of 64 and a high of 117, 10/14 below 100)

Kicks: 12.77

SC Avg when kicks equal/exceed 13: 106.27 from 11 (low of 71 and a high of 128, 3/11 below 100, 1/11 120+)

SC Avg when kicks below 13: 83.36 from 11 (low of 64 and a high of 110, 9/11 below 100)

Handballs: 10.45

SC Avg when handballs equal/exceed 11: 101.15 from 13 (low of 71 and a high of 128, 6/13 below 100, 1/13 120+)

SC Avg when handballs below 11: 88 from 9 (low of 64 and a high of 117, 6/9 below 100)

Marks: 5.05

SC Avg when marks equal/exceed 6: 113.13 from 8 (low of 97 and a high of 128, 1/8 below 100, 1/8 120+)

SC Avg when marks below 6: 85.86 from 14 (low of 64 and a high of 110, 11/14 below 100)

Contested Possessions: 8.27

SC Avg when contested possessions equal/exceed 9: 100 from 9 (low of 78 and a high of 128, 5/9 below 100, 1/9 120+)

SC Avg when contested possessions below 9: 92.85 from 13 (low of 64 and a high of 117, 7/13 below 100)

Tackles: 3.59

SC Avg when tackles equal/exceed 4: 104.08 from 12 (low of 86 and a high of 119, 4/12 below 100)

SC Avg when tackles below 4: 85.8 from 10 (low of 64 and a high of 128, 8/10 below 100, 1/10 120+)

Clangers: 2.82

SC Avg when clangers below 3: 96.6 from 10 (low of 644 and a high of 128, 5/10 below 100, 1/10 120+)

SC Avg when clangers equal/exceed 3: 95.08 from 12 (low of 71 and a high of 119, 7/12 below 100)

Time on Ground: 89.14%

SC Avg when time on ground equals/exceeds 90%: 98.13 from 8 (low of 71 and a high of 115, 4/8 below 100)

SC Avg when time on ground below 90%: 94.43 from 14 (low of 64 and a high of 128, 8/14 below 100, 1/14 120+)

 

Disposal Efficiency: 76.32%

Contested Possession Rate: 34.87%

 

Observations:

4.27 win/loss differential.

1.42 pre-bye/post bye differential

25+ differential when marks equal/exceed 6

 

Crisp achieved his 1st premium season in 2018 with a 95.8 average from 22 games after averaging between 82 and 89 for the previous 4 seasons. Has played 88 consecutive games which highlights his durability thus providing assurance that you can just about bank on Crisp to play his full allotment of games. Averaged 23.23 disposals in 2018 as Collingwood’s main attacking/rebounding defender as well as receiving several midfield rotations which reduces his possibility of a poor score as the tackles and contested possessions amassed can potentially compensate for a low disposal game.

Crisp only recorded 4 games below 80 as well as 4 games below 20 disposals thus displaying his consistency. Slight room for improvement mainly regarding a small increment for marks, disposals and kick to handball ratio and should be able to maintain his 95 average in 2019 but could be suited as an upgrade option due to the large array of enticing options in the backline.

Verdict: Upgrade target

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7 thoughts on “Elite Numbers ’19 -Jack Crisp (COL)”

  1. Upgrade target does seem like the best option due to such a stacked midfield. I don’t have confidence that he will get many midfield rotations, which may lower his output. After seeing how he goes in the first half of the season, will determine if he ends up in my team.

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  2. One more stat for you Adam:

    With Sam Murray in the team: 91.4 Avg (13 games)

    Without Sam Murray in the team: 101.7 Avg (13 games – inc finals)

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        1. Did he not have a monster 150+ in finals? If you take his highest and lowest scores out and re-run it, what’s the differential then?
          Is Quaynor not a very similar type player to Murray?
          While I’ve no doubt he’s a gun, he has been managed due to minor off-season surgery and am hoping he doesn’t hit his straps until post-Rd13.
          Still too many q’s for me to start him, especially with that damn bye 🙁

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          1. Spot on – he scored 153 in the prelim final. That was following a 63 the week before though in the semi so it balanced out relatively well.

            If you remove those he averaged 100.5 without murray.

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