Motts Movers R9 – The Mids

Written by Motts on May 27 2010

M Boyd ($527,900 $-14,900 ($-24,700), 111.0) – He’s a premium that doesn’t get the same recognition as others but make no mistake: he IS a premium. In the 7 rounds he’s played this year so far he’s only missed the ton once – the week after he came back from injury. Take that outlier out and his average is a whopping 119. Players with that kind of average don’t often get this cheap.

J Bartel ($514,200 $-1,200 ($-64,200), 109.56) – And speaking of cheap….. A 76 that Jimmy had against Sydney a couple of weeks ago has wreaked (wrought?) havoc with his price. But with that coming out of consideration after R10, with a BE of 79 and with Jimmy playing at the House of Pain this week against a Dees team that last won down there when the Saints were considered nice, clean cut young men, he is price is going to go up massively this week.

S Burgoyne ($386,100 $+0 ($+0), 91.0) – I’ll be the first to admit that this guy is a serious risk. He only played 9 games last year as a result of questionable knees and here we are in R10 and he’s only played 2. But in those 2 games he scored 84 and then 98 (read: he’s getting better!) With a BE of 54, his price is sure to go up next week so its possible this will be cheapest he’ll be all year. Yes he’s a risk but with risk comes reward.

Give me some suggestions for others. Pendles only just missed out – would like to see some more consistency from him before calling him a Mover. And of course, give me your douchebags.

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14 thoughts on “Motts Movers R9 – The Mids”

  1. How about Goodes (396k, BE 59, Avg 82).
    He always finishes the season strongly. I think he is a far better option than S Burgoyne. Almost sure to play every game till the end of the season. Only missed 3 games in something like 8 years.

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  2. Brent Stanton ($461,500, -$38,300 (-$46,000),92.3, R10 B/E 167)
    During the NAB he was on fire ( only playing 2 games though) with scores of 121 and 196 at a avg of 158.5ppg, I was looking at bringing him in at the start of the season but just couldn’t afford him at $507,500. The word going round is Stants has a bad back thanks to a bulging disc which was discoverd after R1 were he’d scored 133, after that ( plus the fact he then got tagged more) has pretty sub-stranded scores of 69,53 and 62 during the year. With a B/E of 167 this week I’ll be looking at getting him in a couple of weeks time where his price should drop even more plus to see if he has recovered from his back injury as well.

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  3. How are people not considering adam cooney? With a cost of 484k and a breakeven of 20 and an average of 108, this will be the cheapest he’ll be all year and with the dogs finding form he’ll surely only improve!

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  4. I’m planning on finally upgrading Martin this week. Thinking either:
    Montagna 535700 111.4
    Bartel 514200 109.56
    NDS 509400 107.11
    Boyd 527900 111
    Murphy 503200 108.2
    Leaning towards Bartel. Any thoughts??

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