Motts Movers R13 – The Backs

Written by Motts on June 29 2010

S Goodwin ($480,400 $+31,800 ($-74,000), 94.62) – announced his retirement a few weeks ago and has gone on a bit of a tear since. I guess he’s throwing caution to the wind and giving it his all for one last shot at a finals series (personally I think he’s kidding himself). Last 3 round average: 118.33. R14 BE: 66.

J Harbrow ($399,500 $+6,800 ($-46,900), 83.62) – OK so he hasn’t cracked the ton since R6 but I reckon he’s building up to something that resembles his form from ’09 and at $400k he’s pretty tempting. Last two rounds: 90 & 93. BE: 68

B Symes ($420,500 $+0 ($+0), 94.50) – Its an early call coz he’s only played 2 games but that’s what y’all expect me to be making for you. Eased his way back into the game with a lazy 63 in R12 and then doubled that last week. If you’re prepared to take a risk, this guy could be the difference for you in your backline. BE: 75

Everyone knows about Heater Shaw ($404,200   $+14,600 ($-98,900), 93.75) but I’ve left him out because of his inability to cope with a back tag. Yes he scored 126 last week but his last 5 round average is 82.80. That would suggest his price represents pretty fair value IMUCO*.

I struggled this week to find good value defensive options. Who do you like?

*In My Unbiased Collingwood Opinion

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  1. Great to see Goody back in that familiar quarterback role against the Dees rather than the Sam Mitchell type that Craig had him playing on ball adversely affecting his efficiency.
    Glad I kept the faith and I think he’ll go out with a bang and be a great scorer come finals time barring injury.

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  2. Not happy with Hurny ($381,700 -$32,000 (-$114,200) 89.7) and averaging only 73 in the last 4 games excluding last week’s debacle after getting injured in Q2.
    Seems to have lost confidence and gone back into his shell therefore not taking the risks he showed he was capable of bringing off last year through his long kicking breaking lines over the zone.
    I disagree it is the tag – moreso the result of opposition forward pressure, getting caught holding the ball far too many times and not having team mate assistance to structure up..

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Motts Movers R13 – The Backs

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S Goodwin ($480,400 $+31,800 ($-74,000), 94.62) – announced his retirement a few weeks ago and has gone on a bit of a tear since. I guess he’s throwing caution to the wind and giving it his all for one last shot at a finals series (personally I think he’s kidding himself). Last 3 round average: 118.33. R14 BE: 66.

J Harbrow ($399,500 $+6,800 ($-46,900), 83.62) – OK so he hasn’t cracked the ton since R6 but I reckon he’s building up to something that resembles his form from ’09 and at $400k he’s pretty tempting. Last two rounds: 90 & 93. BE: 68

B Symes ($420,500 $+0 ($+0), 94.50) – Its an early call coz he’s only played 2 games but that’s what y’all expect me to be making for you. Eased his way back into the game with a lazy 63 in R12 and then doubled that last week. If you’re prepared to take a risk, this guy could be the difference for you in your backline. BE: 75

Everyone knows about Heater Shaw ($404,200   $+14,600 ($-98,900), 93.75) but I’ve left him out because of his inability to cope with a back tag. Yes he scored 126 last week but his last 5 round average is 82.80. That would suggest his price represents pretty fair value IMUCO*.

I struggled this week to find good value defensive options. Who do you like?

*In My Unbiased Collingwood Opinion

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2 thoughts on “Motts Movers R13 – The Backs”

  1. Great to see Goody back in that familiar quarterback role against the Dees rather than the Sam Mitchell type that Craig had him playing on ball adversely affecting his efficiency.
    Glad I kept the faith and I think he’ll go out with a bang and be a great scorer come finals time barring injury.

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  2. Not happy with Hurny ($381,700 -$32,000 (-$114,200) 89.7) and averaging only 73 in the last 4 games excluding last week’s debacle after getting injured in Q2.
    Seems to have lost confidence and gone back into his shell therefore not taking the risks he showed he was capable of bringing off last year through his long kicking breaking lines over the zone.
    I disagree it is the tag – moreso the result of opposition forward pressure, getting caught holding the ball far too many times and not having team mate assistance to structure up..

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