Is it any wonder that most of the top scoring forwards are M/F DPP’s? I’ve dedicated the entire Forwards edition this week to those blokes who hold down 2 jobs. Every single player below bar one is a M/F DPP.
Jordan Lewis ($523,700, 104, 110) – I’ve said enough about him the last 2 weeks. Gun.
Adam Goodes ($562,000, 103.50, 128) – Showing no signs of slowing down. Watched him kick 3 sausage rolls against the Hawks yesterday and was again blown away by how good he still is.
Clancee Pearce ($429,600, 85.20, 59) – His last 4 scores have been 96, 116, 113, 86.
Allen Christensen ($410,600, 86.40, 16) – Rewarding those SCTTL coaches who persevered with him. Last 2 scores: 123 and 107.
Patrick Dangerfield ($476,700, 103.20, 54) – was quietly getting the job done with 4 90-something scores in a row and then went a little cray-cray for 141 against the Power.
Steele Sidebottom ($491,400, 99.80, 78) – must also be mentioned – hasn’t missed the ton in his last 4 games.
Mitch Robinson ($489,900, 91.00, 106) also rates a shout out (a) because he’s averaged 103 in his last 3 and (b) because he’ll probably go stupid against the Giants this week. Might even kill someone.
Luke Power ($466,900, 97.50, 29) has been playing well but I just can’t recommend him to you because of his age. I may change my mind but want to see more.
Darren Pfeiffer ($126,700, 62, -48) – on the bubble this week. Has scored 64 and 60 in his first 2 games.
Adam Treloar ($171,300, 66.33, -23) – you should have him by now but if not, this is probably your last chance.
Shaun McKernan ($272,700, 84, -4) – not as cheap as a 1st year rookie but won’t struggle for games and scored 101 against the Power. Is the only one on this list who isn’t a M/F DPP but will work in well if you have Smedts because he’s D/F DPP!
Couple of others that I have to mention this week that aren’t DPP’s:
Charlie Dixon ($196,200) burst onto the scene with a 91 in his first game. Watch.
Jeremy Cameron ($182,400, 57.5, -22) kicked 5 against the Dogs in Canberra for a 114 game. Woah!
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