Brett Deledio ($481,300, 119, 107.17, 116) – A 119 average over the last three rounds definitely puts this handy DPP at the top of the tree. Got some tough games ahead of him though: Freo, Dogs, and Dons before he’ll have a day out against Port and then have a week off in R11.
Heath Shaw ($450,200, 116, 102.67, 87) – Proving all the doubters wrong by averaging in the triple digits. Has the bye this week and then Geelong in R8 so I’d hold fire on him for the moment but after that he plays Adelaide, West Coast, St Kilda and then Melbourne before Collingwood have their last bye for the year in R13.
Robert Murphy ($377,000, 112, 93.40, 106) – Bob has only played 22 games in a season twice in his 11 year career – the last time in 2005 so its understandable coaches might be a little iffy about him . But the 51,246 people who have him in their teams are overlookiing that fact and riding the Bob Train and his 93 average all the way to Happy Town.
Brian Lake ($444,700, 44, 63.67, 200)
Lindsay Gilbee ($420,300, 53, 75.0, 167)
Bryce Gibbs ($413,600, 69, 94.83, 132)
Luke Thompson ($184,100, 126, 92.33, -75) – All those that got on him after I put his name up in lights last week were singing his praises on Saturday night after he posted the second highest Back score for the week – 126. If you didn’t grab him last week, you can still get him cheap this week – your late decision cost you $80k though.
Jack Hutchins ($110,200, 61, 39.5, -2) – Didn’t watch the game but heard Huddo talking him up on SEN after it. The only thing that worries me about him is Bluey’s rotational policy and it might be a bit of overload if you’ve already got one or two of Stanley, Toy and Coad back there.
Ashley Smith ($323,600, 100, 100, NA) – One game for one ton. Keep an eye on him this week.
Graham Johncock ($424,000, 76, 79.40, 85) – Has dropped almost $70k which I think makes him a bargain at this price. Had a 134 against Carlton a couple of weeks ago.
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