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|Rozee (FWD)||PTA||$343,500 (+$12.3k)||102||81.3||33|
|Duursma (MID)||PTA||$297,100 (+$29.5k)||84||72||25|
|Lockhart (MID)||MEL||$133,200 (+$30.8k)||39||42.7||-19|
Rozee keeps his name in Rising Star talks after another outstanding performance against the Roos. Racking up 22 disposals at 73% DE and 50% contested rate, he fired off 12 kicks, took 4 marks (2 contested), laid 4 tackles, kicked 1 goal/2 behinds and had an additional 2 goal assists to finish on 102 points.
Brisbane gave us a look at their first rookie priced player in Answerth this week. Can play a shutdown defence role, but he was given more freedom against Gold Coast taking 12 disposals (10 kicks) at 92% DE, 7 marks (1 contested), 5 tackles and 3 1%ers for 69 points. Could be a great swing option with Duursma in the coming weeks.
Young finished with 12 disposals (6 kicks) and 7 marks but his uncontested game style playing across half back and no tackles held him to 52 points. On the bubble but looks to be a slow burn.
Smith had the ball on a string and was everywhere (except in the contest) registering only 4 contested possessions from his 23 disposals. He finished with a second team high DE (91.3%) which helped him on his way to 91 points courtesy of an additional 5 marks, 3 tackles and a goal. Timely score sending his BE back and and ensuring some extra cash over the next 2 weeks.
Thomas got himself a recall and showed the form we would have wanted to see prior to popping his price bubble. Finishing with 19 disposals (9 kicks), he had 8 contested possessions, took 3 marks and put in 2 goal assists for 75 points.
Walsh need a kick up the b*m and posting a score of 79 which is 20 under his average! Expect him to bounce back.
Davies-Uniacke appears to have been robbed by Champion Data a little this week after finishing on 55 points from 16 disposals (5 kicks) at over 50% contested rate and 94% DE to go with 4 marks and 4 tackles. His BE is now around his 4 week rolling average and now has the potential to start bleeding cash.
Butters bled cash this week after a 13 disposal (11 kicks) game left him with 46 points. His BE has dropped however and can be held for another few weeks at least giving a chance to put up a high score to kick start his cash generation again.
Hayes played his second game on the trot and posted 55 from 15 disposals (11 kicks) at 67% DE. 3 clangers held him back, but he managed 5 marks, 3 tackles and a goal. Will be a popular downgrade target this week if named for his 3rd game.
Rowbottom has rowed his boat to the bottom of the stream and from what he’s showed, will not be SuperCoach relevant this year after a 32 point game against GWS.
|Drew (MID)||PTA||$293,700 (+$34.9k)||62||76.2||4|
Miers seems to be a rookie that got away from most coaches sitting in just 4% of teams after his bubble popped in Rd3 however he has now gone onto make $175k with a BE still in single digits after scoring 90 points against West Coast. Racking up a modest 20 disposals, he took 6 marks and kicked 2 goals and still has plenty of cash to make for those lucky few coaches.
Larkey had a debut he won’t forget after booting 3 goals from 10 disposals (7 kicks). Taking 6 marks (2 contested), he went at 90% DE, laid 4 tackles and had a further 2 1%ers to finish on 75 points. He won’t kick 3 goals every week, so best to wait and see.
Lewis somehow slipped through the cracks last game week and missed a write up (probably 1 to many Bintangs by the pool) but he backed up his 69 against the Cats with a 49 point game against Carlton. He did most of his work (6 disposals, 3 marks and goal) in the opening 3 quarters so scaling wasn’t in his favour with Hawthorn getting on top in the final quarter. On the bubble and comes in at a slight premium due to his 30 average from 2 games in 2018.
Corbett, mature age supplement player, suffered a slight injury setback towards the end of the pre-season delaying his AFL debut. Replacing Burgess up front, he had 6 disposals (3 kicks) at 83% and kicked 2 goals for 55 points. Will probably need him to see a little more of the ball next game to be worth picking up.
Brander got himself a recall after being omitted from the Rd2 teams but had very little impact with his 10 disposals and finished on 34 points. With a positive BE, he’s not worth the time.
Goodbye for now: Blakely
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