No surprises that all three of these blokes are playing in very ordinary teams.
Jason Winderlich ($423,300 $-28,400 ($-90,400), 67.60) – You probably won’t believe this but Winterdick averaged 96 points a game last year. Wouldn’t you be ropeable if you’d taken a punt on him? Some would say he’s a bargain at this price but I’m not going near him.
Brent Reilly ($351,400 $-12,500 ($-55,500), 66.80) – Gave everybody hope when he kicked off the year with an 89 but since then has had three scores in the 50s. Tackling a lot but giving away a lot of frees.
Richard Tambling ($337,800 $-50,100 ($-137,800), 56.40) – Averaged close to 90 in 2009 in what was his 5th year at Punt Rd so we naturally all expected him to step up. He hasn’t. In R1 he had a 94 but since then a couple of 30’s including last weekend’s 34 have seen his price plummet.
On the other side of the ledger, GAJ is a gun and saved a lot of peoples’ scores with his ordinary (if you listen to Bomber) game last round that netted him 171 and many of us 342. The other blokes that played crackers on the weekend were:
Michael Barlow ($329,000, $+39,300 ($+217,600), 111.60) – Just the lazy 132 for Barlow last week. I’m sure everybody who reads this website already has him but if you don’t by now, there’s still time to get on him before he caps out.
Ryan Griffen ($531,500 $+15,600 ($+60,700), 109.80) – Still making me cranky after I missed his breakout year by 12 months. Has had a 66 and an 86 which makes him a little flaky but everything else has been up around 130 including the weekend’s 129. Coming up has St Kilda, Melbs and Sydney which will test him.
Bryce Gibbs ($537,500 $-3,600 ($-31,100), 107.80) – Proud to say I’ve got him. Has only one score under 100 – a 97 – and looks to be getting better if Sunday’s 122 is anything to go by. I for one am expecting a blinder from him against the Pies this week.
Got to give a special mention to Jack Trengove who used the fact I traded him out last week as impetus to score 129 and JKT who got a 96. Both providing great value.
Other midfielders to keep an eye on this week because their values haven’t changed yet are Chris Judd (145.50 average in 2 games), Colin Sylvia (116.50 average in 2 games), Brad Sewell (123 in 1 game), and Nathan Foley (127 in 1).
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