No Fallen Premiums of note this week. Wait to pick up Jake Lloyd after R13, who should be less than $420K with an average just shy of 100 exluding his concussion match.
Joel Selwood $586K (-$20.2K) AVE 116.0, BE 43 – Much like his brother Scott, Joel has been running rampant the last few weeks, collecting points with ease. 126, 134 and 151 before the bye sees him in season-best form and still under his season start price.
Trent Cotchin $526K (-$20.1K) AVE 108.4, BE 50 – The Richmond skipper has been extremely consistent this season, with a low of 89 points in R8, with attention turning towards Dustin Martin most weeks. Cotch notched up 131 in the win over North Melbourne before the bye and now has a BE of just 50.
No huge standouts this week. Stefan Martin $510K, may be found for less than $500K next week, as will Brodie Grundy $496K after his bye.
Elliot Yeo $515K (+$106K) AVE 107.8, BE 97 – There’s a sense of deja vu here for a few of us who will be wary of Yeo’s ability to apply grade three burns to coaches who decide to bring him into their side mid-season. The numbers don’t lie though, Yeo has been the best forward in 2017 thus far. A dip in price due to the off game of 71 two games ago, sees him very affordable when taking into account his average.
Luke Dahlhaus $474K (-$46.1K) AVE 99.8, BE 101 – If you’re one of the few without him, you’d be nervous not having a man of his quality for the back half of the season. Now is the time to jump on after a 103 last week.
Tom J. Lynch $446K (-$60.9K) AVE 91.6, BE 69 – Rewarded those of us who bought him last week with 103 v Hawthorn. Carlton, St.Kilda, North, Sydney and Collingwood presents the Suns with a run of games against sides outside the top 8, which Lynch could capitalise on with bags of goals up his sleeve.
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