Motts Movers R10 – The Backs

Written by Motts on June 3 2010

S Fisher ($460,400 $+28,200 ($-30,500), 92.38) – One of the must-haves from 2009. He had a shaky start to the 2010 year after missing the first couple of rounds throught injury and then posting 65, 73 and 44 but over the last 3 rounds he’s averaged 111. The boy is back and at this price he’s definitely worth a look. This week’s BE: 65.

D Myers ($301,500 $+40,300 ($+73,100, 76.00) – Brad and the Sneaky Russians brought Myers in against me last week after he scored 104 in R9 and he was more than respectable again racking up an 89. He’s only played 4 games for the year and I think will eventually get to around $450k. Great option if you’re looking to hop off Waters, Maguire, Hunt, Ladson or Kennelly right now.

N Suban ($284,700 $+8,600 ($-20,700), 64.40) – Bobcat alerted me to this guy yesterday but has told me to keep it under my hat so you can’t tell anyone I told you about him. Opened up the year with a 110, missed rounds 4-8 with injury, and had a 97 last week. Pretty good story, huh? Well the rest of it is that he scored 21, 59 and 35 in rounds 2,3 and 9. I’ll leave it up to you to be the judge.

Couldn’t finish the post without mentioning Brendon Goddard. Priced at $642k, he’s virtually out of reach now if you haven’t already got him. He hasn’t missed a game all year, missed the ton only once in all those (he scored 98 in that game) and over the last 3 matches he’s averaged 150. Absolute out-and-out gun.

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  1. I like to give a honorable mention to Matt ‘Goose’ Maguire thus far, at the start of the season people were dismissing Goose because of he’s bad injury history. But he has proven those knockers wrong only missing one game due to a HARSH suspension for running into HeyJude, it was a accident imo. Anyway his figures speak for themselves avg 80 ppg and with a massive price increase of $251,200 making him one of the biggest cash cow this season, only behind Barlow and JPOD, keep up the good work Goose.

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    1. Really keen to bring in Fisher this week but think I have to “fix” my forward line first 🙁

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      1. Hmmm, not really alas. I’ve got $49k in the bank and Maguire/Davis/Silvagni as the only possibles in the backline (figure Enright, Hodge, Goddard and Gilbee are keepers).

        Possibly Rockliff up forward..

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    1. It’s obvious Teckst, go Kennelly. He’s injured and the others are playing. Besides, he’s scoring around the same as the other 2

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      1. That mean WAter and Maguire are keepers for the year.. is that wise? I would of though Kennelly is more of a Keeper than waters.. I have P.DAvis as back up until Kennelly is back…

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    1. If Kepler Bradley keeps doing what he’s doing good move.. If he doesn’t he’ll get dropped.. guess its the risk you take…

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    2. With Kepler, also keep in mind that Michael Johnson will come back and will take the backup ruck role. Not saying that Kepler will necessarily be out of the team, but he will most likely change roles and could easily drop back to his sub-par level…Also, and my years of being a frustrated-at-Kepler-Essendon-supporter may be showing through here, but it’s Kepler Bradley. Is there anyone is the AFL that people trust less?

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  2. Hey all,

    Other than that he is in a bad team and out this week, can anyone provide me with a reason not to pick up Nathan Bock over Sam Fisher? The guy has avg. 95 over the last month and avg 7ppg better than Fish last season. He is also $30k cheaper. It seems like an obvious call to me, but I think that that may be because that little bit of dosh saved will allow me to get Judd as my last midfield upgrade instead of M Murphy/Dal Santo. Any thoughts appreciated…

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      1. Either way, Motts one of those mids will be in by the time we face off, although Im leaning towards Juddy after the no-trade request :).

        And injury really is my only concern, mainly cos he has missed far too much footy in the last year and a half for my liking, while Fisher has been good in that department for quite a while now

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    1. Neil Craig has moaned about some players lack of base fitness. Nathan Bock is one of these players. I think it makes him an injury risk..

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  3. Is it time to trade schimdt to fisher considering he aint playing this week and his breakeven is like ten more than his average?

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    1. I traded Schmidt down to Sheppard in my DT this week to free up some cash. And because I have Bower and Kennelly on the bench ready to replace him in the next couple of weeks.

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Motts Movers R10 – The Backs

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S Fisher ($460,400 $+28,200 ($-30,500), 92.38) – One of the must-haves from 2009. He had a shaky start to the 2010 year after missing the first couple of rounds throught injury and then posting 65, 73 and 44 but over the last 3 rounds he’s averaged 111. The boy is back and at this price he’s definitely worth a look. This week’s BE: 65.

D Myers ($301,500 $+40,300 ($+73,100, 76.00) – Brad and the Sneaky Russians brought Myers in against me last week after he scored 104 in R9 and he was more than respectable again racking up an 89. He’s only played 4 games for the year and I think will eventually get to around $450k. Great option if you’re looking to hop off Waters, Maguire, Hunt, Ladson or Kennelly right now.

N Suban ($284,700 $+8,600 ($-20,700), 64.40) – Bobcat alerted me to this guy yesterday but has told me to keep it under my hat so you can’t tell anyone I told you about him. Opened up the year with a 110, missed rounds 4-8 with injury, and had a 97 last week. Pretty good story, huh? Well the rest of it is that he scored 21, 59 and 35 in rounds 2,3 and 9. I’ll leave it up to you to be the judge.

Couldn’t finish the post without mentioning Brendon Goddard. Priced at $642k, he’s virtually out of reach now if you haven’t already got him. He hasn’t missed a game all year, missed the ton only once in all those (he scored 98 in that game) and over the last 3 matches he’s averaged 150. Absolute out-and-out gun.

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23 thoughts on “Motts Movers R10 – The Backs”

  1. I like to give a honorable mention to Matt ‘Goose’ Maguire thus far, at the start of the season people were dismissing Goose because of he’s bad injury history. But he has proven those knockers wrong only missing one game due to a HARSH suspension for running into HeyJude, it was a accident imo. Anyway his figures speak for themselves avg 80 ppg and with a massive price increase of $251,200 making him one of the biggest cash cow this season, only behind Barlow and JPOD, keep up the good work Goose.

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  2. Hey all,

    Other than that he is in a bad team and out this week, can anyone provide me with a reason not to pick up Nathan Bock over Sam Fisher? The guy has avg. 95 over the last month and avg 7ppg better than Fish last season. He is also $30k cheaper. It seems like an obvious call to me, but I think that that may be because that little bit of dosh saved will allow me to get Judd as my last midfield upgrade instead of M Murphy/Dal Santo. Any thoughts appreciated…

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  3. Is it time to trade schimdt to fisher considering he aint playing this week and his breakeven is like ten more than his average?

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