Motts Movers R11 – The Forwards

Written by Motts on June 9 2011

Thrillers

Is is any wonder the Cats and the Hawks are dominating right now with this kind of talent up front? It makes for a very intriguing match-up this Saturday night at the G.

Steve Johnson ($501,900, 147, 111.44, 31) – SJ saw last week that he wasn’t a topline Thriller and the Steve was angry that day, my friends. He took his frustrations out on the unfortunate Dogs to the tune of 147 to bring his Last 3 Average to 133.67. Over those 3 weeks he’s kicked 12.6. Only scored 79 against the Hawks 7 weeks ago so maybe don’t bring him in this week but with a 31 BE he is going to go up in price again.

Jarryd Roughead ($488,400, 133, 104.90, 79) – Continues to cut a swathe through opposition teams. Since R4 he’s scored 6 tons on the trot, gone up $115k and taken his average up 23 points a game. That is massive! Has his work cut out for him this week against the Cats but he scored 109 against them back in R5.

Matthew Stokes ($408,500, 112, 91.22, 33) – Bet you didn’t expect to see this guy’s name mentioned here! Over the last 3 games, Stokes has averaged 113.7 making him 6th on the list of Forwards (behind SJ, Buddy, Rough, Kennedy, and Petrie) for that period. He’s never averaged over 86 for an entire season so don’t be rushing out to buy him but on his recent performances he deserved a mention.

Honourable mentions: Neon Leon, ROK, Brad Green, Goodesy, Sam Gilbert and Cyril.

Chillers

Travis Varcoe ($291,500, 26, 65.50, 116)

Josh Hill ($258,600, 35, 71.22, 114)

Stephen Milne ($273,700, 52, 67.80, 81)

Drillers

Matthew Jaensch ($354,400, 90, 75.67, 55) – That’s 6 games in a row he’s scored between 85 and 97.

Tendai Mzungu ($140,700, 64, 51.67, -46) – On the off chance that you didn’t bring him in last week – and over 64,000 of us did – he’s still worth it.

Alex Johnson ($241,900, 95, 63.71, -7) – I’d forgotten he was a D/F DPP – makes him even more valuable.

Special mentions: Jack Steven, Jeff Garlett, Jack Watts, and Jeremy Howe (1 game: 97).

Final note: Alan Didak for $279k?!? At some point he’s going to turn it around, folks. Who is going to break first and bring him on board? His BE this week is 46. In the last 2 he’s scored 86 and 64.

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  1. Good day all,

    A THUMBS UP or DOWN request:

    I’m wanting to do a double upgrade this week. Harris has to go, and I also want to move Stanley on. However, I would love to get both Deledio (BACK) and Priddis (MID), but I fall about $2,000 short). So, my other thoughts (a bit cheaper) are Broughton (DEF) and Mitchell (MID).

    So, here’s the choices:

    THUMBS UP
    Harris to Mitchell
    Stanley to Deledio
    Approx. $70K left in bank afterwards

    THUMBS DOWN
    Harris to Priddis
    Stanley to Broughton
    Approx. $40K left in bank afterwards

    Thanks in advance for your feedback.

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  2. Excellent wrap up which begs the question in upgrading to dpp players re FWDS/MID. Is the current climate now to up date or is better to hold on for another one /two weeks.
    My 7th midfielder is Cotchin and 8th forward is Darling. I am looking to upgrade both to DPP. I have no link back to the midfield and already have Chappie and ROK as dpps.

    Up: trade now
    Down: wait until bargains appear

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  3. Stevie J would slide lovely into my forwards, but with my team already having selwood and chappy i cant afford to have them all sit out for there bye. But me being a confident man, I wont be playing that week of the finals anyway!

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  4. If Renouf and Hale come back into the team Roughy will likely stay as a key forward and his price will drop.
    Are there any hawks out there who can give their thoughts on this?

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  5. i may be completely stupid, but if geelong have the 2nd week of finals as a bye, then doesnt that mean if you finish top 4 in your league and you win in the first week then you dont play anyone in the 2nd week meaning it doesnt matter if you alot of geelong players becuase your not acctually playing anyone? unless your going for ranking instead of league. I hope that makes sense.

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  6. Who to upgrade to in the forward line?
    I have Franklin, Pavlich, Chappy, Riewoldt (Stk), Goodes, Petrie
    I’m going to upgrade Darling to someone, so any suggestions would be helpful.
    I was thinking either: Rioli, ROK or Fyfe
    ROK is very up and down, however all forwards are. Fyfe has shoulder problems and with Barlow back in may not get the scores. And Rioli has injury worries so I’m not sure.

    ROK thumbs up

    Rioli thumbs down

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  7. I was just wondering where my team’s value sits in regards to others out there…

    I’m currently sitting at $12,000,800.

    Is that great/good/average/bad compared to where you’re at?

    P.S – Don’t mean to hijack the Movers post, but didn’t know where else to put it!

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  8. So I am keen for straight upgrade this week of Chris Knights, he has done his dash…
    Neon Leon is putting his name on lights lately, can he continue this resurgence?
    LeCras the Frenchman is also putting his name up for consideration…
    Can’t decide which way to go or should I be looking elsewhere?

    Thumbs up… Neon Leon
    Thumbs down… Frenchy

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  9. Regardless of hale or roof coming back, roughhead will surely spend alot more time up the ground, he is a confidence player and its important for him to get his hands on the ball, that doesnt happen with buddy drawing most inside 50 hitups.

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  10. Hmmmmmmmm
    Im upgrading Daniel Harris…but who to get out of:

    M Boyd — Thumb up
    M. Priddis — Thumb downnnnn

    Or any other suggestion.

    These are my premium Mids so far (Pendles, JSelwood, Watson Mitchell)

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  11. Wow, just reread this and noticed that A. Johnson is dpp. I have him and didn’t even know this (poor form i know). Hmmm, may influence my future upgrades.

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Motts Movers R11 – The Forwards

Written by Motts on June 7 2010

Haven’t got a lot of time on my hands this week so I’m just going to give you some names to have a look at without the descriptions of their form of late. Given my slackness, I’ve made up for it by adding a couple of names to the list. Lets kick it off with the blokes up front:

A Didak ($492,400 $+1,400 ($-66,200), 99.45)

J Waite ($444,500 $+47,900 ($+37,000), 91.17)

B Staker ($424,200 $+45,300 ($+152,400), 80.18)

C Rioli ($350,500 $+15,000 ($-67,200), 76.80)

T Rockliff ($307,100 $+58,000 ($+197,900), 75.50)

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  1. Yeh im wondering the same about higgins, is it really 6 weeks? I have heard only two. I have rockcliff to cover him which could be a god
    send. I missed cliffs last two scores due to him being on the bench which was a kick in the nuts. Think I will just keep higgins for minute to save a trade and see what happens in meantime.

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  2. This is the team at the moment
    Malceski, Hodge(VC), Enright, Taylor, Waters, Frawley, Firrito(Webberly(EMER),Silvagni)

    Swan, Selwood, Watson, Barlow, Hayes(C), R.O’Keefe(Armstrong(EMER), Moles(EMER))

    Sandilands, Naitanui(Warnock, Bass)

    Giansiracusa, Pavlich, Betts, Higgins, Byrnes, Varcoe, Podsiadly(Jaensch, Roberts)
    Thinking of
    Higgins-Rockliff
    and
    Firrito-Symes

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  3. i dont really want to have watts on the field for duration of higgins injury, so i’m thinkin higgins to waite? any thoughts>?

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  4. brent staker has the potential to be a very good player , but lacks the dedication and inconsistency,s to become a great player in his own right. I would not have him in my super coach team . brent staker inconsistency frustrated a lot of eagle ,s fans as well as the coaching staff when he was playing for west coast , his ability to get 30 plus touches in one game and less than 10 touches the next game..

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    1. L. Davis just did his calf again at training!! nah just kidding! But you have gone a little early on the trades mate! Wait till the teams have been announced! Im gonna do the same with the Hille to Kreuzer trade. And i reckon old Davis has just turned the corner and looks the goods!

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    2. You must be careful trading this early in the week, usually better to wait for the teams on Friday.

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  5. PA’s Bum of the week (Forwards)

    Daniel Giansiracusa ($426,000, $-43,400, ($-24,100), 87.18)

    After racking up 100’s in rounds 5, 6 and 7, Gia has been on a downward slide ever since. Gia needs to pull his finger out and start by chasing the opposition and applying more tackles not just wait to get some cheap kicks, lift Gia.

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          1. PA doesn’t understand why Mottsy traded in Waite last week, after trading him out a few weeks back.

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          2. Motts admits trading him out in the first place was an error. Motts has apologised to Jarrad and Jarrad returned 123 in his first week. Motts would say that means all is forgiven.

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