R11 Captaincy Candidates

Written by Chips Ahoy! on June 1 2017

Thankfully we have plenty of options this week as we enter the first week of the byes, especially with Dangerfield hitting some tremendous form and playing in the second game of the round. His past two performances have come as a welcome relief to many coaches after a few weeks in the Captaincy wilderness. With other popular selections such as Dusty and Pendles finishing off the round, it’s set to be another great week for coaches.

Loophole

On the back of two monster scores, at home and coming up against his former side, Danger again looks like the best VC option this week. He won’t kick the winning goal every week, but like Ablett or Franklin, he has become one of those rare footballers who does the remarkable as a matter of routine.

For those willing to temp fate, Danger’s former partner in crime Rory Sloane also rocketed back to form after a few quieter weeks, and will be a popular trade target this round, having looked to of bottomed out at 580K. Given the success that sides have had with tagging him recently, he may not be worth the risk. However if you’re floating around the Top 1000, and looking to make a leap, a sneaky VC could prove a handy move if Danger has a quiet one.

Who’s your VC this week?

R11 Vice Captaincy Candidates

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Lock

Simply by virtue of playing in the last game, Magpies champion Scott Pendlebury looks the safest bet if your VC fails this week. It’s hard to know which Collingwood will turn up from week to week, however it seems to have little impact on the evergreen Pendles, who apparently has been getting plenty of touches both on the field and in the bedroom.

Inform

He’s not exactly tearing the competition apart, but form is relative and given his early season scores, many coaches who stuck by Adam Treloar would’ve been happy to see him post a season high 141 on the weekend. This comes on the back of his 125 against Hawthorn the week before, which is hopefully the start of an upward curve for his long suffering coaches.

Smokey

SCT regular Jack made a comment about trading Nat Fyfe after the byes in the Game Chat on the weekend, which is an astounding thought considering he was one of the most popular picks going into the season. For many, he was a no brainer – locked in when Supercoach opened, and barely given a second thought throughout pre-season. He put together back-to-back seasons of 120+ in 2014/15, but has struggled to overcome various injury setbacks since his Brownlow year. He’s now put together 5 games in a row under 100 at an average of 87 (although he has had two 99’s and a 98). You’d be brave to give him the C this week, but that’s why he’s a Smokey and not the Inform pick.

Trap

Dan Hannebery is back over 600K and in red hot form. Please don’t trade your premiums and please don’t make Hanners Captain this week.

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R11 Captaincy Candidates

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THE NUMBERS GAME – CAPTAINS RD11 (By Adam)

Top 5 Highest Averages VS Round 10 Opponent:

M Priddis: 126.29 from 7

J Selwood: 123 from 12

N Fyfe: 121.33 from 3

R Gray: 115.6 from 5

T Goldstein: 114.14 from 7

 

Percentage of 120+ games:

J Selwood: 75% (9/12)

N Fyfe: 66.67% (2/3)

M Priddis: 42.86% (3/7)

T Goldstein: 28.57 (2/7)

R Gray: 20% (1/5)

 

Top 5 Highest Averages at Rd11 Venue since 2016:

P Dangerfield: 141 from 10

J Selwood: 126.1 from 10

R Gray: 112.27 from 15

L Neale: 109.61 from 18

T Goldstein: 103.22 from 18

 

Percentage of 120+ games:

P Dangerfield: 90% (9/10)

J Selwood: 80% (8/10)

R Gray: 53.33% (8/15)

L Neale: 33.33% (6/18)

T Goldstein: 22.22% (4/18)

 

Top 5 Highest Averages at Rd11 Timeslot since 2016:

P Dangerfield: 141.36 from 14

R Sloane: 116.94 from 17

R Gray: 116.18 from 11

J Selwood: 114.57 from 14

T Mitchell: 112.17 from 12

 

Percentage of 120+ games:

P Dangerfield: 71.43% (10/14)

J Selwood: 57.14 (8/14)

R Gray: 54.55% (6/11)

T Mitchell: 41.67% (5/12)

R Sloane: 41.18% (7/17)

 

Top 5 Highest Averages in Wins since 2016:

P Dangerfield: 137.67 from 24

S Pendlebury: 133.61 from 13

L Neale: 121 from 10

J Selwood: 120.83 from 24

R Sloane: 119.38 from 24

 

Percentage of 120+ games:

P Dangerfield: 79.17% (19/24)

S Pendlebury: 76.92% (10/13)

J Selwood: 62.5% (15/24)

L Neale: 60% (6/10)

R Sloane: 54.17% (13/24)

 

 

Port VS Hawthorn

R Gray:

Avg VS Haw since 2013: 115.6 from 5 (low of 103 and a high of 132, 1/5 120+)

2016 AO Avg: 114.45 from 11 (low of 53 and a high of 137, 1/11 below 100, 6/11 120+)

2017 AO Avg: 106.25 from 4 (low of 30 and a high of 164, 2/4 below 100, 2/4 120+)

2016 Night Avg: 117.88 from 8 (low of 53 and a high of 147, 1/8 below 100, 5/8 120+)

2017 Night Avg: 111.67 from 3 (low of 92 and a high of 139, 1/3 below 100, 1/3 120+)

2016 Avg in Wins: 118.75 from 8 (low of 89 and a high of 147, 1/8 below 100, 4/8 120+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 100.36 from 11 (low of 53 and a high of 137, 4/11 below 100, 4/11 120+)

2017 Avg in Wins: 105.6 from 5 (low of 38 and a high of 164, 2/5 below 100, 2/5 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 73.75 from 4 (low o f30 and a high of 104, 3/4 below 100)

2016 Avg VS Top 9 teams: 105.18 from 11 (low of 53 and a high of 137, 3/11 below 100, 5/11 120+)

 

O Wines:

Avg VS Haw since 2014: 94.5 from 2 (low of 90 and a high of 99)

2017 AO Avg: 114.75 from 4 (low of 70 and a high of 145, 1/4 below 100, 3/4 120+)

2016 Night Avg: 108.67 from 9 (low of 88 and a high of 128, 3/9 below 100, 2/9 120+)

2017 Night Avg: 118 from 3 (low of 110 and a high of 122, 2/3 120+)

2016 Avg in Wins: 97.8 from 10 (low of 62 and a high of 116, 5/10 below 100)

2016 Avg in Losses: 98.33 from 12 (low of 71 and a high of 128, 7/12 below 100, 2/12 120+)

2017 Avg in Wins: 106.8 from 5 (low of 56 and a high of 145, 2/5 below 100, 3/5 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 98.5 from 4 (low of 70 and a high of 22, 2/4 below 100, 1/4 120+)

2016 Avg VS Top 9 teams: 99.36 from 11 (low of 71 and a high of 128, 6/11 below 100, 2/11 120+)

 

T Mitchell:

Avg VS Port since 2013: 104 from 3 (low of 84 and a high of 123, 1/3 below 100, 1/3 120+)

2016 Night Avg: 107.56 from 9 (low of 71 and a high of 178, 4/9 below 100, 4/9 120+)

2017 Night Avg: 126.33 from 3 (low of 105 and a high of 158, 1/3 120+)

2016 Avg in Wins: 110.12 from 17 (low of 71 and a high of 178, 5/17 below 100, 7/17 120+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 83.2 from 5 (low of 60 and a high of 116, 4/5 below 100)

2017 Avg in Wins: 118.75 from 4 (low of 105 and a high of 135, 2/4 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 116.17 from 6 (low of 85 and a high of 158, 1/6 below 100, 1/6 120+)

2016 Avg VS Bottom 9 teams: 105.45 from 11 (low of 71 and a high of 133, 4/11 below 100, 5/11 120+)

 

Geelong VS Adelaide:

P Dangerfield:

Avg VS Adel since 2016: 121.5 from 2 (low of 111 and a high of 132)

2016 SS Avg: 137 from 8 (low of 111 and a high of 166, 7/8 120+, 2/8 150+)

2017 SS Avg: 157 from 2 (low of 151 and a high of 163)

2016 Night Avg: 144.3 from 10 (low of 110 and a high of 229, 8/10 120+, 4/10 140+, 2/10 170+)

2017 Night Avg: 134 from 4 (low of 110 and a high of 163, 2/4 120+)

2016 Avg in Wins: 139.06 from 17 (low of 99 and a high of 229, 2/17 below 100, 13/17 120+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 107 from 5 (low of 77 and a high of 135, 2/5 below 100, 2/5 120+)

2017 Avg in Wins: 134.29 from 7 (low of 90 and a high of 163, 1/7 below 100, 6/7 120+, 2/7 150+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 95.67 from 3 (low of 65 and a high of 112, 1/3 below 100)

2016 Avg VS Top 9 teams: 138.73 from 11 (low of 77 and a high of 229, 1/11 below 100, 8/11 120+, 3/11 160+)

 

J Selwood:

Avg VS Adel since 2008: 123 from 12 (low of 69 and a high of 157, 2/12 below 100, 9/12 120+)

2016 SS Avg: 125.13 from 8 (low of 85 and a high of 150, 1/8 below 100, 6/8 120+)

2017 SS Avg: 130 from 2 (low of 126 and a high of 134)

2016 Night Avg: 117.1 from 10 (low of 69 and a high of 144, 2/10 below 100, 6/10 120+)

2017 Night Avg: 108.25 from 4 (low of 78 and a high of 134, 2/4 below 100, 2/4 120+)

2016 Avg in Wins: 118.88 from 17 (low of 69 and a high of 150, 3/17 below 100, 10/17 120+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 86.4 from 5 (low of 70 and a high of 106, 3/5 below 100)

2017 Avg in Wins: 125.57 from 7 (low of 106 and a high of 154, 5/7 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 82 from 3 (low of 73 and a high of 95)

2016 Avg VS Top 9 teams: 110.73 from 11 (low of 69 and a high of 150, 2/11 below 80, 3/11 below 100, 5/11 120+)

 

R Laird:

Avg VS Geel since 2015: 79 from 2 (low of 71 and a high of 87)

2016 Night Avg: 88.44 from 9 (low of 71 and a high of 112, 2/9 below 80, 8/9 below 100, 1/9 110+)

2017 Night Avg: 104.2 from 5 (low of 86 and a high of 124, 2/5 below 100, 1/5 120+)

2016 Avg in Wins: 100.43 from 14 (low of 74 and a high of 130, 1/14 below 80, 9/14 below 100, 3/14 120+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 80 from 3 (low of 71 and a high of 90)

2017 Avg in Wins: 107.88 from 8 (low of 76 and a high of 147, 3/8 below 100, 3/8 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 112 from 2 (low of 100 and a high of 124)

2016 Avg VS Top 9 teams: 86.75 from 8 (low of 71 and a high of 112, 7/8 below 100)

 

R Sloane:

Avg VS Geel since 2011: 108.5 from 8 (low of 82 and a high of 145, 3/8 below 100, 2/8 120+, 2/8 140+)

2016 Night Avg: 110.83 from 12 (low of 82 and a high of 145, 5/12 below 100, 4/12 120+, 2/12 140+)

2017 Night Avg: 131.6 from 5 (low of 70 and a high of 177, 1/5 below 100, 3/5 120+)

2016 Avg in Wins: 110.94 from 16 (low of 77 and a high of 145, 6/16 below 100, 5/16 120+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 101.2 from 5 (low of 82 and a high of 142, 3/5 below 100, 1/5 120+)

2017 Avg in Wins: 136.25 from 8 (low of 77 and a high of 177, 1/8 below 100, 6/8 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 75 from 2 (low of 70 and a high of 80)

2016 Avg VS Top 9 teams: 113.6 from 10 (low of 82 and a high of 145, 4/10 below 100, 4/10 120+)

 

Gold Coast VS West Coast:

M Priddis:

Avg VS GC since 2011: 126.29 from 7 (low of 100 and a high of 196, 3/7 120+)

2016 Afternoon Avg: 95.57 from 7 (low of 76 and a high of 126, 3/7 below 80, 4/7 below 100, 1/7 120+)

2017 Afternoon Avg: 88.67 from 3 (low of 73 and a high of 105, 2/3 below 100)

2016 Avg in Wins: 108 from 15 (low of 75 and high of 159, 2/15 below 100, 6/15 120+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 94 from 6 (low of 77 and a high of 114, 3/6 below 100)

2017 Avg in Wins: 105 from 6 (low of 88 and a high of 120, 2/6 below 100, 1/6 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 89 from 4 (low of 73 and a high of 105, 3/4 below 100)

2016 Avg VS Bottom 9 teams: 113.55 from 11 (low of 75 and a high of 159, 2/11 below 100, 4/11 120+)

 

E Yeo:

Avg VS GC since 2015: 111 from 2 (low of 76 and a high of 146, 1/2 below 10, 1/2 120+)

2017 Afternoon Avg: 97.67 from 3 (low of 71 and a high of 139, 2/3 below 100, 1/3 120+)

2017 Avg in Wins: 127.67 from 6 (low of 102 and a high of 150, 4/6 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 79.25 from 4 (low of 59 and a high of 104, 2/4 below 80)

 

North Melbourne VS Richmond:

T Goldstein:

Avg VS Rich since 2011: 114.14 from 7 (low of 95 and a high of 166, 3/7 below 100, 2/7 120+)

2016 ES Avg: 106.46 from 13 (low of 49 and a high of 173, 1/13 below 80, 5/13 below 100, 4/13 120+)

2017 ES Avg: 94.8 from 5 (low of 77 and a high of 107, 3/5 below 100)

2016 Night Avg: 106.64 from 11 (low of 49 and a high of 173, 5/11 below 100, 3/11 120+)

2017 Night Avg: 82 from 2 (low of 77 and a high of 87)

2016 Avg in Wins: 115.82 from 11 (low of 49 and a high of 173, 3/11 below 100, 5/11 120+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 99.7 from 10 (low of 82 and a high of 127, 6/10 below 100, 1/10 120+)

2017 Avg in Wins: 103 from 4 (low of 77 and a high of 135, 2/4 below 100, 1/4 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 89.4 from 5 (low of 52 and a high of 107, 3/5 below 100)

2016 Avg VS Bottom 9 teams: 121.38 from 8 (low of 87 and a high of 173, 3/8 below 100, 4/8 120+, 2/8 170+)

 

Fremantle VS Collingwood:

N Fyfe:

Avg VS Coll since 2011: 121.33 from 3 (low of 104 and a high of 138, 2/3 120+)

2017 DS Avg: 97.67 from 6 (low of 62 and a high of 126, 3/6 below 100, 1/6 120+)

2017 Avg in Wins: 107 from 6 (low of 98 and a high of 16, 3/6 below 100, 1/6 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 91.25 from 4 (low of 62 and a high of 117, 2/4 below 100)

 

L Neale:

Avg VS Coll since 2015: 100.5 from 2 (low of 100 and a high of 101)

2016 DS Avg: 113.42 from 12 (low of 76 and a high of 149, 3/12 below 100, 4/12 120+, 3/12 135+)

2017 DS Avg: 102 from 6 (low of 55 and a high of 147, 3/6 below 100, 2/6 120+)

2016 Avg in Wins: 114.25 from 4 (low of 51 and a high of 149, 1/4 below 100, 2/4 120+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 112.22 from 18 (low of 76 and a high of 154, 3/18 below 100, 6/18 120+)

2017 Avg in Wins: 125.5 from 6 (low of 84 and a high of 147, 1/6 below 100, 4/6 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 97.75 from 4 (low of 55 and a high of 129, 2/4 below 100, 2/4 120+)

2016 Avg VS Bottom 9 teams: 112.67 from 9 (low of 51 and a high of 149, 2/9 below 100, 4/9 120+, 2/9 140+)

 

T Adams:

Avg VS Freo since 2015: 120 from 1

2016 Twilight Avg: 123 from 1

2017 Twilight Avg: 113 from 1

2016 Avg in Wins: 109.83 from 6 (low of 95 and a high of 123, 2/6 below 100, 1/6 120+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 87.38 from 8 (low of 60 and a high of 107, 5/8 below 100)

2017 Avg in Wins: 115.25 from 4 (low of 109 and a high of 122, 2/4 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 107.67 from 6 (low of 78 and a high of 117, 1/6 below 100)

2016 Avg VS Bottom 9 teams:  98 from 5 (low of 78 and a high of 118, 3/5 below 100)

 

S Pendlebury:

Avg VS Freo since 2007: 105.44 from 9 (low of 81 and a high of 154, 5/9 below 100, 2/9 120+)

2016 Twilight Avg: 120 from 2 (low of 100 and a high of 140, 1/2 120+)

2017 Twilight Avg: 76 from 1

2016 Avg in Wins: 132.33 from 9 (low of 87 and a high of 165, 1/9 below 100, 6/9 120+, 5/9 140+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 109.23 from 13 (low of 82 and a high of 143, 3/13 below 100, 3/13 120+)

2017 Avg in Wins: 136.5 from 4 (low of 125 and a high of 149, 4/4 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 99 from 6 (low of 67 and a high of 146, 4/6 below 100, 2/6 120+)

Avg VS Bottom 9 teams of 2016: 126.09 from 11 (low of 82 and a high of 165, 2/11 below 100, 7/11 120+, 4/11 140+)

 

A Treloar:

Avg VS Freo since 2015: 115 from 2(low of 111 and a high of 119)

2016 Avg in Wins: 113.67 from 9 (low of 81 and a high of 169, 3/9 below 100, 3/9 120+)

2016 Avg in Losses: 109.62 from 13 (low of 73 and a high of 150, 3/13 below 100, 4/13 120+)

2017 Avg in Wins: 111.25 from 4(low of 71 and a high of 141, 1/4 below 100, 2/4 120+)

2017 Avg in Losses: 98 from 5 (low of 72 and a high of 141, 3/5 below 100, 1/5 120+)

Avg vs Bottom 9 teams of 2016: 106.09 from 11 (low of 73 and a high of 169, 5/11 below 100, 2/11 120+)

 

Captaincy options format:

Cosmo Kramer: (eccentric left of field option)

Cliff Clavin: (historically or statistically plays well against opponent, at venue or timeslot)

Billy Ocean: (thrives on the big stage or against the top teams)

Rodney Dangerfield: (option that gets no respect)

Tom Petty: (down on form or historically doesn’t perform well against their upcoming opponent)

 

Cosmo Kramer:

R Gray:

Avg VS Haw since 2013: 115.6 from 5 (low of 103 and a high of 132, 1/5 120+)

2016 AO Avg: 114.45 from 11 (low of 53 and a high of 137, 1/11 below 100, 6/11 120+)

2017 AO Avg: 106.25 from 4 (low of 30 and a high of 164, 2/4 below 100, 2/4 120+)

2016 Night Avg: 117.88 from 8 (low of 53 and a high of 147, 1/8 below 100, 5/8 120+)

2017 Night Avg: 111.67 from 3 (low of 92 and a high of 139, 1/3 below 100, 1/3 120+)

2016 Avg VS Top 9 teams: 105.18 from 11 (low of 53 and a high of 137, 3/11 below 100, 5/11 120+)

 

Cliff Clavin:

J Selwood:

Avg VS Adel since 2008: 123 from 12 (low of 69 and a high of 157, 2/12 below 100, 9/12 120+)

2016 SS Avg: 125.13 from 8 (low of 85 and a high of 150, 1/8 below 100, 6/8 120+)

2017 SS Avg: 130 from 2 (low of 126 and a high of 134)

2016 Night Avg: 117.1 from 10 (low of 69 and a high of 144, 2/10 below 100, 6/10 120+)

2017 Night Avg: 108.25 from 4 (low of 78 and a high of 134, 2/4 below 100, 2/4 120+)

2016 Avg VS Top 9 teams: 110.73 from 11 (low of 69 and a high of 150, 2/11 below 80, 3/11 below 100, 5/11 120+)

 

Billy Ocean:

P Dangerfield:

Avg VS Adel since 2016: 121.5 from 2 (low of 111 and a high of 132)

2016 SS Avg: 137 from 8 (low of 111 and a high of 166, 7/8 120+, 2/8 150+)

2017 SS Avg: 157 from 2 (low of 151 and a high of 163)

2016 Night Avg: 144.3 from 10 (low of 110 and a high of 229, 8/10 120+, 4/10 140+, 2/10 170+)

2017 Night Avg: 134 from 4 (low of 110 and a high of 163, 2/4 120+)

2016 Avg in Wins: 139.06 from 17 (low of 99 and a high of 229, 2/17 below 100, 13/17 120+)

2016 Avg VS Top 9 teams: 138.73 from 11 (low of 77 and a high of 229, 1/11 below 100, 8/11 120+, 3/11 160+)

 

Rodney Dangerfield:

M Priddis:

Avg VS GC since 2011: 126.29 from 7 (low of 100 and a high of 196, 3/7 120+)

2016 Avg VS Bottom 9 teams: 113.55 from 11 (low of 75 and a high of 159, 2/11 below 100, 4/11 120+)

 

Tom Petty:

S Pendlebury:

Avg VS Freo since 2007: 105.44 from 9 (low of 81 and a high of 154, 5/9 below 100, 2/9 120+)

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17 thoughts on “R11 Captaincy Candidates”

  1. Danger into Pendles. No question for me. I wouldn’t be looking at using a C on ANYONE from Friday nights game. Too much risk of a tag.

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    1. Yes they can as some were using Ryder/SPP during their bye as a captain loophole but forgot to take it off them the next round. So just remember to switch it back next round 🙂

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      1. But Rd9 wasn’t a bye round in Supercoach as it was treated as a normal round. Also I think I have answered my question as I had a look on Supercoach and this is what it states regrading Bye Captains:

        “Set a Captain (and Vice Captain) as you normally would for double points. If your Captain’s doubled score is NOT in your Best 18 scores, then their points will not count – you simply get your Best 18 scores only. Similarly, if your Captain’s doubled-score is NOT in your Best 18 scores, you do NOT automatically receive double points from your Vice Captain – your Vice Captain only receives double points as per any other round, if your Captain does not play for any reason.”

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  2. Danger into Dusty….is there a reason he’s not being considered? He looks like he’s beginning to wind-up again…….or is that me dreaming because I’ve just got him in?

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    1. I agree with you Lonners.
      Dangerfield into Martin. Remember it was against North that Ablett had his double hundred score and as a North supporter I know that traditionally the gun midfielders tend to do well against us (Sloane the exception this year).
      I have just traded in Martin and whacked the big C on him at the moment.

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  3. Purely by the top fives above, T.Mitchell/R.Gray into J.Selwood/P.Dangerfield is the way to go…

    And I just wanted to make a quick shout-out for the statistics for each captaincy candidate – the 2016 v 2017 avgs in wins v losses (e.g. T.Mitchell is a gun, win or lose, this season) is engrossing reading for trade options, let alone captain choices!

    Cheers Chip and Adam

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