Chris Judd ($507,700, 154, 114.17, 90) – Pretty hard not to put Juddy in here after a game he was compared to the best of all time in. Just can’t sanction a trade for him because he has a bye in R8 you’ll be benching him in R23 when you need him most. If you’ve got trades to burn though, $500k is EXTREMELY attractive for a player of Judd’s calibre.
Nick Dal Santo ($509,900, 150, 114.0, 118) – Tough to split Dal and Judd this week. In a game when so many of his cohorts were nowhere to be seen, Dal smashed a ton and a half. Impressive. And he’s only missed three digits once this year. Got some tough games coming up though: Blues, Hawks, Dees (not this game), Freo (away), Pies, Dogs, and Cats. Gee, how much trouble are the Saints in?
Matt Priddis ($529,400, 142, 123.6, 93) – I’m really starting to wish I’d picked Matty in my original team. Consider this: his average per game places him above names like Pendlebury, Boyd, Watson, Chapman, Judd and Mitchell. Looking for a POD? Try this guy on for size. Absolute gun. R.E.S.P.E.C.T.
Adam Selwood ($368,100, 68, 68.0, 125)
Tom Logan ($336,600, 29, 63.67, 150)
Alan Didak ($381,300, 66, 71.67, 155)
Cale Morton ($349,100, 47, 54.67, 96) – It’s a big call given his last game but cracked 100 the week before and the week before that was used as a sub. I admit it’s a risk but this is a guy who averaged 84 in 2009 when he played 21 games and 80 over 10 games in 2010. He just took a $42k hit this week – that makes him good value. And 96 is definitely an achievable BE.
David Ellard ($294,100, 104, 105.0, -5) – Has played 2 games in the last 2 weeks and scored 106 and 104. That makes him pretty secure in his job and about to go through the roof. Wanna make some quick cash? Word of warning: he’s got the bye in R8.
Daniel Harris ($264,700, 75, 83.60, 3) – Its not too late if you don’t yet have him. As one of the mature-age players at GCS he’ll get a game every week. Has cracked the ton twice already this year.
Other special mentions (that I didn’t write about so as not to steal Big Sexy’s thunder): Matthew Wright, Sam Iles, Michael Hibberd, and Ben Speight.
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