Motts Movers R12 – The Rucks

Written by Motts on June 17 2010

B Hudson ($440,800 $+19,700 ($+120,300), 80.75) – Can’t ignore the flying beard any longer. Last 3 round average: 103. BE: 76.

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K Bradley ($453,200 $+26,900 ($+130,600), 107.20) – With the second highest average amongst the rucks its pretty hard to ignore K-Brad. Don’t expect to see any reports of me picking him up though – I’m still convinced he’s a flash in the pan. In fact I’m still convinced his team is as well. Go Blues!

Gotta apologise for the lack of posts from me the last couple of days – have been in a large windowless room. No, not a jail cell. I’ve been in a work thing at Jeff’s Shed. I have been avidly reading posts though whilst I was supposed to have been listening to the learned speakers. Deano, no offence taken whatsoever 🙂

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17 thoughts on “Motts Movers R12 – The Rucks”

  1. I’m continuing my embargo on embracing KB completely aware of the fact that I have not employed any fairness, reason, logic or any type of appropriate consideration whatsoever to my deliberations.

    This is in spite of the fact that I like Freo and admire their courage in establishing and persisting with that theme song of theirs.

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  2. hey guys quick question

    upgrading nic nac just not sure to who

    big cox, ryder or the kruz

    ive got big sandi

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    1. His B/E has reached his average so won’t make you any more reasonable $ now. Consider Henderson as forward/def DPP on the bubble (wait for teams to be named next week) or wait to see how Stryk goes. Not alot around at the moment and as with my previous post, this is the time of year when patience in trading is paramount.

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  3. Both average the same, MAC is $60K more and has a scoring range of 28 – 102 while NAT has 43 – 126 – hard to make an argument that one is more/less consistent than the other.
    Breakevens are marginal and only really come into play if you plan to on trade MAC in the future.

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      1. See above – I’d wait unless you have trades to burn – even then you run the risk of having a 200K piece of dead wood that’s hard to move on on the bench.

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