Jolly v Cox

Written by Motts on March 6 2011

You might have both. You might have neither. Who did/would you pick first?

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48 thoughts on “Jolly v Cox”

  1. Definatley Cox after last night.

    I’d like to hear everyone’s opinion on these strategies:
    In the midfield, or anywhere really, would you go for a high-priced premium (Swan/Goddard) and mid-range (Anthony/Cotchin)? Or would you rather go two standard premiums (Pendlebury/Murphy/Jobe etc.)?
    Swan would get you around 130pts a week and Anthony would get you around 80pts (hopefully) which equals 210 on an average week.
    Pendlebury and Murphy would both average a bit above 100, although I think Pendles will sky-rocket this year, which would get you roughly 210, probably higher.

    So, you have two options that would get you around the same points each week. Personally, I think the 2 premium option is a safer option as they will get you consistent 90-110, but the top-premium/mid-priced player would have a lot of upside as the mid-priced player would make you some coin. But also could be risky if you choose the wrong mid-priced player, or they get injured again.

    Just something I’ve been thinking about. . . .

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  2. Thank Motts, I was gona put up this post myself per the request.

    For what it’s worth after last night, I would Jolly is the most under done player I have seen so far and has me seriously considering alternatives. Big Cox on the other had was in superb touch, as good as anyone….. Back to the form that saw him with weekly 120s even when he had a broken foot.

    My advice is to jump on Cox, grab Big Cox with both hands while you can and not let go…. You don’t want to let Cox slip through your fingers, and leave you dribbling about missing out ( couldn’t help it)

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  3. Good point, it did cross my mind what they would do with Nic Nat….. But clear to me Big Cox is main ruck and will rest up forward.

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  4. Have had the Jolly Rancher as my R2 all year until last night when I saw the Fantastic Mr. Cox. He looked as good as ever and gave me a reason to pick a WC player. Gaff didn’t nothing to suggest that he’s worth nearly $175,000.
    But Simon Buckley caught my eye several times. Found enough of the pill and seems to have a steady head and good pace in the b/l. I’ve got him on my mid bench atm and really hope he starts in R1. I read that he was named as an emerg half a dozen times last year and I can see why he’s well-regarded at Collingwood. HGL, any thoughts on him? I’m assuming Heater will take his place.

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  5. Jolly gives away too many frees imo, (48 last year, most in the comp, plus 3 last night) that hurts his SC score overall per game as they are counted as clangers. Cox is over his injury and at his current price, I think he’s the buy of year along with Harris.

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  6. Thoughts?
    Danny Stanley v Josh Toy?
    Cyril Rioli v Goodes?
    Bartel v Kieran Jack?
    Veszpremi v Petrie?
    Gaff v Polec v Conca?
    Zaharakis v Yarran v Hurley?

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  7. Thoughts?

    Zaharakis v Higgins v Dangerfield
    Grimes v Broughton v Fisher
    Montagna v Pendlebury
    Sidebottom v J.Kennedy (Sydney) v Mundy

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  8. I think Jolly will star this season but we may have to wait until the second half to see that. Cox is flying from the start and if his body holds will be at least as good as Jolly come August. So my vote is with Cox for a full season of impressive scores.

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  9. From the snippets i saw last night i’m now considering swapping Jolly for Cox (got Sandi at R1). Would require some jiggling to free up the extra cash. Still 3 weeks to go though so no rush with the selection. Plenty of time for Jolly to prove himself.

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  10. At thomsons beach today on the Murray got some sand on me old fella and that’s when it hit me I must have the sandi cox ruck duo it was a message from my crotch

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