The first bye round is upon us, so there will only be 12 teams to scout for Fallen Premiums in this edition. See that nifty little box up in the top right hand corner below the banner? That’ll tell you Adelaide, Richmond, Western Bulldogs, Brisbane, Carlton and Hawthorn have a week off in R11, so you won’t be seeing any representatives from those sides in today’s article.
Corey Enright $451,000 (-$27,400; AVE 92.40, BE 65, PTA 90.2, BYE 3) This man just keeps on keeping on, defying his age to maintain solid SC performances. He had a down game in R8 against the Blues (13 disposals: 58 pts), which has sent his price down to attractive levels once again. In the ten games thus far, he’s only dipped below 94 on three occassions – consistency! The downside is, he’ll likely be rested at some stage if history is to repeat itself.
James Kelly $423,500 (-$54,100; AVE 81.50, BE 73, PTA 84.6, BYE 3) Now I know what you’re thinking: That would be a ballsy move, MJ! You might be right, as he has not yet hit 100 points in a match this season, but he found plenty of the pill last week with 28 touches for 95 SC.
Tom McDonald $490k; BE 134
Michael Hurley $481k; BE 130
Brodie Smith $339k; BE 118
Callan Ward $554,400 (-$51,600; AVE 111.9, BE 70, PTA 110.8, BYE 3) An explosive 175 points last weekend has seen C.Ward talked up by plenty as a trade in option. He hasn’t been super consistent this year, dropping three scores in the 80s, but when he’s on he goes very big! He burst into the elite category last season, with a blistering run of 9 120+ games in 12 matches between R7-19.
Ollie Wines $533,400 (-$5,800; AVE 109.67, BE 68, PTA 106.6, BYE 3) Drop his injury affected 76 out of his system and Ollie’s average jumps to 116.4. That’s massive for a bloke priced so handsomely at $533k. He’s 8th in the league for SC points per minute at 1.14 at the moment of those who have played more than 1 game (equal to Dangerfield and Armitage).
Dyson Heppell $522,100 (-$49,700; AVE 107, BE 100, PTA 104.4, BYE 2) The 82 sustained in R8 will now vanish from his price cycle. That has been his lowest score this season, which has subsequently left Dyson at his lowest price for the year. Averaging above his PTA, he should provide good value for money.
Adam Treloar $520,300 (-$57,500; AVE 105.2, BE 93, PTA 104, BYE 3) Apart from the 48 in R5, Treloar has been quite consistent this season, scoring around 100 in most games. A 120 in their win over the Lions has him poised to bottom out in value.
Joel Selwood $494,500 (-$155,400; AVE 98, BE 91, PTA 98.8, BYE 3) Is he back? That’s the big question you’ve got to ask yourself. A 122 stops the bleeding that has seen an average of 88 in his previous six games. You can afford to wait until after the bye, but some may wish to pre-empt the pounce on Joel.
JPK $519k; BE 171
Lachie Neale $555k; BE 169
Steele Sidebottom $583k; BE 166
Matt Priddis $634k; BE 164
Jobe Watson $486k; BE 149
Scott Pendlebury $570k; BE 141
Luke Parker $545k; BE 137
Jack Steven $593k; BE 133
Dylan Shiel $541k; BE 131
Todd Goldstein $512,700 (-$61,700; AVE 111.40, BE 41, PTA 102.4, BYE 3) Toddy Goldstein typifies what The Fallen Premiums are all about. One dud score (44) amongst a plethora of tons has allowed non-owners a look into the blue-chip North Melbourne stock. Buy, Buy, Buy!
Aaron Sandilands $494,400 (-$86,400; AVE 91, BE 73, PTA 98.8, BYE 2) Set the record for hitouts to advantage on the weekend, scoring 128 as a result. Five 90+ scores may have you convinced that Sandi is a still a decent SC option.
Ivan Maric $572k; BE 135
Shane Mumford $550k; BE 125
Sam Jacobs $539k; BE 124
Lance Franklin $486,200 (-$51,000; AVE 91.5, BE 17, PTA 97.2, BYE 2) As expected, he has beaten up on the weaker teams in Carlton (149) and GC (121). Tougher assignments to come see just one match against the bottom 6 sides (BL R15) in his next 10 fixtures. He’ll be well over $500k post bye though, and by then it’ll probably too late to be receiving value for money.
Brent Harvey $484,300 (-$94,600; AVE 91, BE 94, PTA 96.8, BYE 3) Boomer continues to throw up solid scores, yet has found himself at his lowest price point in 2015. He’s gone below 90 just twice in his last nine matches.
Eddie Betts $448k; BE 153
Jack Riewoldt $540k; BE 141
Robbie Gray $614k; BE 140
Marcus Bontempelli; $435k; BE 136
Devon Smith $456k; BE 128
Matteo made the suggestion that we put The Fallen Premiums to the polling booth. I love the idea!
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