Poll – Is Nank Going The Tank?

Written by Schwarzwalder on June 27 2017

Toby Nankervis was already the subject of our TradeOrHold thread last Friday.  Yet many are asking the question again after another sub-par performance on Sunday (Duffer being one of them, from our Polling Station).

After the first five Rounds, Nank The Tank was averaging 112.6 and looked to be a certain Top6 FWD option.  Over the last seven weeks, Nank has gone the tank and has eeked out a 78.8 avg.  Should we still consider him as a premium (87% of Coaches advised to HOLD just last Friday)?  Should we just hold onto him as F7/R3 Swingman for all outcomes?  Or is it time to move him on?  Let us know, Coaches……….

 

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23 thoughts on “Poll – Is Nank Going The Tank?”

  1. Even if he is bleeding points, the reality is that the forward line is a wasteland this year, so he’s not really bleeding *that* many points. Plus the ruck cover is definitely worth it.

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    1. Bit harsh. My fwds are good. I have Yeo, Heeney, McRae, Dahlhous, Greene and the Nank. Had Steele until recently. First 5 are shoe ins. F6 otherwise could be Ryder, Cameron, Wallis, Pederson, ave good 90s, and even Billings or Reiwoldt ave low to mid 90s.

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      1. True, true. I have a few of those players too. But outside of the top few players, it falls away pretty quickly. And even amongst them, the top players are nothing like those of previous years.

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      2. It’s only really Yeo Heeney and McRae who have been pumping out decent scores. Low 90’s isn’t great for a so called premium. This year there are far fewer of those mid forwards who scored so well in previous years. Gray, Martin, Zorko, Merrett Barlow Hall etc.

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  2. Nank is certainly slowing up, but I have some more pressing issues at the moment. Without the DPP status he would probably not be worth having, but ruck cover later in the year will be gold. R3/F7 cover for mine.

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  3. He’s in 49.6% of teams. Can we all just agree to keep him and ride out the season together? No? Well in that case he’s probably an F6/F7 type who can cover in the rucks if needed.

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      1. Preach it brother.

        My forward line has been neglected. Started off strong with what looked like a super fwd line but with Roughy’s failure, Steele’s stagnation, Nank playing ruck to cover Sandi and dud trades like Lynch it’s becoming a dead zone and is the thorn in my side.

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        1. If you end up with Yeo, Macrae, Dahlhaus, Greene and Heeney you’ve nailed the forward line. Pick your last for the F6 spot that will net you 90+ and happy days if you get Nank to the bench to cover rucks.

          Unfortunately many have picked up Buddy/Lynch (both in my case, oops) whilst also fielding Nank (yuck). This is what happens upgrading to quick and going straight for fallen KPPs sometimes.

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          1. Maybe I’m delusional but I’m happy have those 4 or 5 reliable scorers and to hold Buddy or JJ Kennedy for that monster match winning score they produce every once in a while.

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            1. Having one of Buddy/JJK and even Lynch at a pinch if he wasn’t in this form rut, are fine for F6. Having Buddy @ F4 though, as I currently do, yeh well that’s a little bit of an oversight.

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  4. Maybe i should just keep to myself but Richmond has a good run home and i think his output will increase again over these last games. Trade out at your own risk. You heard it here first.

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  5. If you’re trading one of Lynch or Nank to Gawn, which one should be traded?

    TU – Lynch
    TD – Nank

    Note: Also Have Ryder in FWDS, so ruck cover is not required in the form of Nank

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  6. From 87% down to 75% today that are advising to HOLD. I wonder how much it will be after the weekend?

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  7. Had him as a fwd, traded him last week, gambling on no ruck cover, Kreuzer & Stef Martin hopefully see the season out

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      1. Kreuzer has more than paid his dues this year, l agree but he is fit & firing, l have never seen that in the same sentence apart from all year

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