Table For Two – Rd12

Written by Schwarzwalder on June 8 2017

Lunch time on Thursday……..time for a Table For Two!  Following on from Thommo’s 2UP over the pre-season, Table For Two helps you with those tough choices that you’ve been mulling over all week.

Rocky or Ablett?  Dusty or Sloane?   Doc or Adams?  Beer or wine?  Whatever the question, our SCT Coaches are here to help.  Enter your players names into the Comments below and the SCT Coaches will guide you with the Thumbs UP/DOWN function.  Good luck, Coaches!


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16 thoughts on “Table For Two – Rd12”

  1. Out – Newman, Otten, Sandilands
    In – Doc, T. Lynch and Scharenberg

    Then 2 trades next week for full premo team

    TU – Do it
    TD – Don’t Do it


  2. Thinking of a forward to trade in for Sandi (Nankervis DPP):

    TU: Lynch, bit inconsistent and can have a bad score any week due to being a key forward.
    TD: Wallis, I already currently have Bont, Dahlhaus and Macrae would wallis be to many Bulldogs to have if the team has a bad week.


    1. Better value elsewhere as his average is very unsustainable and will likely drop to a 85-95 avg come seasons end.

      From his 2 games he is averaging 18.5 contested possessions from an average of 27 disposals which equates to a contested possession rate of 68.52%. This puts him just about 10% above Dangerfield (59.12%) and between 15%-26% ahead of the likes of Selwood, Sloane, Rockliff, D Martin, etc.

      His contested possession rate will inevitably drop below 50% as it has been for the majority of his career therefore if he stays at his current disposal average but his contested possession rate drops below 50 this will equate about a 20 point decrease on his current average.


      1. While this may be true, it’s important to note that in the two games Wallis has played, Bulldogs supercoach scores as a team have been very low – Bont, Dahl and Macrae all failed to ton up in both games, so their averages are 80-90 over the last couple, much lower than Wallis’ 110. I see his output definitely increasing along with the other 3 once the Bulldogs kick into gear and start winning more games. At the very least I see him averaging around 90-95, which is more than serviceable for a F4-F6. At 473k he is a solid pick imo.


  3. Purely on job security (disregarding price and injury concerns), which is the better pick?

    T/U: Cousins
    T/D: Scharenberg



  4. TU: Get the BONT in this week
    TD: Calm down speedy gonzalez he won’t get anywhere near his BE



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