Motts Movers R12 – The Forwards

Written by Motts on June 15 2010

T Varcoe ($417,300 $+23,000 ($+46,900), 93.29) – Started getting a run in R6 and hasn’t looked back. 130 on the weekend against the Dons was his top score for the year.

A Goodes ($435,300 $+17,100 ($-171,900), 87.08) – I get the feeling that he’s over his yips. Its time to get back on board the Goodes train. Chooo choooo.

C Rioli ($424,500 $+74,000 ($+6,800), 85.00) – Last 3 round average: 130.33. Delicious.

P Dangerfield ($372,200 $+23,700 ($+39,500), 74.70) – I think he’s back after a horror start to the year. A more than handy F7 that being a M/F DPP will become real valuable towards the end of the year.

P Veszpremi ($235,000 $+0 ($+0), 63.00) – only played one game but keep an eye on him as a downgrade target. I rate the way he goes about it.

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  1. got on the varcoe train after his first game this year. makes up for missing out on Pods. might get him in now for brown tho

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  2. Got on board the Goodes train a couple of weeks ago when he was at his lowest $$$… got a feeling I’ll be smiling come finals time!
    Agree on the Veszpremi call, I like the cut of his jib.

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    1. Didak getting outed could’ve spelt disaster for me but at the end of the day I did manage to get over the line by a handfull.

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  3. Ryan ROK O’Keefe ($384,900, $+2,000 ($-191,400) 93.25) Being last year’s Swans B&F winner ROK hit 2010 running 117, 167, 112, 91, 103 and 96 in the first 6 rounds at a avg at 114.3ppg. Then he hit the wall and his price plummeted from a massive $600k in R4 to now a “Reject Shop Special” of $384,900. The last couple of weeks I believe ROK has got his form back and it won’t be long before his scoring consisted 100’s. If you got Brown and don’t have this guy or you need some quick cash and your looking for a downgrade, his a premium.

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    1. Yes, I agree. I have ROK and haven’t regretted it. For some reason, I always have believed that he would come good.

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      1. im thinking of a straight Brown> Okeefe swap, but i might hold onto JB…but i will try to bring okeefe in this week..

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        1. I’m right off the JB bandwagon and have been for a long time. He has been carrying that injury for a long time and wont be recovering from it anytime soon. My understanding is that is caused by continual training on the hard Qld grounds, so, if he had’ve come to Collingwood, he would’ve been fit & flying.

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  4. i have 5 trades left. 3rd in my league with a couple of injuries for the next month, should i save an further trades for the finals?

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    1. Depends on your injuries and your ability to cover them. If you can cover them, you don’t need to trade. If the injuries are long term on valuable commodities look to the market.
      Ideally, your team should only need tweaking, rather than major surgery, so, if you can cover your injuries, look @ adding 1 premium to 3 lines over a three week period trying to make sure that the rookie you bring in can play if needed -even if it is a low score, it is better than 0- so you are both improving your weekly score and retaining bench coverage.
      Then when your injured players do return, you will enjoy a further improved score.

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  5. Got Hille, J. Brown, Ball, Maguire to cover

    emergencies
    Backs: Webbererey, P DAvis
    Mids:Gysberts, Rohan
    Rucks: Lobbe, Warnock
    Forwards: Hitchcock, Fyfe

    I think my Mids and Forwards cover is pretty solid.. Backs and Ruck are touch and go. If I have no cover in the Backs or Ruck this week I’m going to trade.
    Have 149,900.00 in the bank.

    Ruck Upgrade Options
    Upgrade Hille -> Sandilands
    Upgrade Hitchcock to Tippett (then swap Lobbe and Tippett)
    (wondering if it’s worth the risk

    Back Upgrade Options
    Maguire -> Gilbert/Waite/Kelly
    Webberley -> $354,600 Player? Can’t really find any options.

    Got a tough match up this week and need the option with the most extra points.

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Motts Movers R12 – The Forwards

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T Varcoe ($417,300 $+23,000 ($+46,900), 93.29) – Started getting a run in R6 and hasn’t looked back. 130 on the weekend against the Dons was his top score for the year.

A Goodes ($435,300 $+17,100 ($-171,900), 87.08) – I get the feeling that he’s over his yips. Its time to get back on board the Goodes train. Chooo choooo.

C Rioli ($424,500 $+74,000 ($+6,800), 85.00) – Last 3 round average: 130.33. Delicious.

P Dangerfield ($372,200 $+23,700 ($+39,500), 74.70) – I think he’s back after a horror start to the year. A more than handy F7 that being a M/F DPP will become real valuable towards the end of the year.

P Veszpremi ($235,000 $+0 ($+0), 63.00) – only played one game but keep an eye on him as a downgrade target. I rate the way he goes about it.

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  1. got on the varcoe train after his first game this year. makes up for missing out on Pods. might get him in now for brown tho

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  2. Got on board the Goodes train a couple of weeks ago when he was at his lowest $$$… got a feeling I’ll be smiling come finals time!
    Agree on the Veszpremi call, I like the cut of his jib.

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  3. Ryan ROK O’Keefe ($384,900, $+2,000 ($-191,400) 93.25) Being last year’s Swans B&F winner ROK hit 2010 running 117, 167, 112, 91, 103 and 96 in the first 6 rounds at a avg at 114.3ppg. Then he hit the wall and his price plummeted from a massive $600k in R4 to now a “Reject Shop Special” of $384,900. The last couple of weeks I believe ROK has got his form back and it won’t be long before his scoring consisted 100’s. If you got Brown and don’t have this guy or you need some quick cash and your looking for a downgrade, his a premium.

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  4. i have 5 trades left. 3rd in my league with a couple of injuries for the next month, should i save an further trades for the finals?

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  5. Got Hille, J. Brown, Ball, Maguire to cover

    emergencies
    Backs: Webbererey, P DAvis
    Mids:Gysberts, Rohan
    Rucks: Lobbe, Warnock
    Forwards: Hitchcock, Fyfe

    I think my Mids and Forwards cover is pretty solid.. Backs and Ruck are touch and go. If I have no cover in the Backs or Ruck this week I’m going to trade.
    Have 149,900.00 in the bank.

    Ruck Upgrade Options
    Upgrade Hille -> Sandilands
    Upgrade Hitchcock to Tippett (then swap Lobbe and Tippett)
    (wondering if it’s worth the risk

    Back Upgrade Options
    Maguire -> Gilbert/Waite/Kelly
    Webberley -> $354,600 Player? Can’t really find any options.

    Got a tough match up this week and need the option with the most extra points.

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