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« on: February 06, 2019, 04:53:39 PM »

We've had threads going for quite a while now for defenders, rucks, prem mids, mid price options, POD's and rookies - surprised it's taken this long but we now have this thread to discuss forwards

I really wish we had more good rookies and mid price options because the forward line is the worst line I reckon

So much value and options in the backline and mids, but other than Greene (who is still cooked) we've got nothing here, which is making it a pain to sort out

Discuss away!
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« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2019, 05:25:59 PM »

At the moment I have Jack Martin at F4. Having a reasonable preseason for the first time and has been spending more mid time in match simulations.  He is out of contract this year as well and at 24 will be looking to make strong case for retention. Could lift average to 90/95 which will be ok for F6,
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« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2019, 05:33:24 PM »

Probably a bit early to say there are no good rookies and mid pricers just yet Worpel is one to keep an eye on although a bit expensive same with Cameron at Brissie around the same price a bit of talk about him , Weller for Tiges who knows how he is going ? MacPherson for GC could be his year to stand up , Moore if he can stay on the track is a bargain , Lukosius , Rankine who will go well I think plus whatever rookies come up but till they sound the siren we don't know if it's a good or bad news.
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« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2019, 05:45:40 PM »

Danger and Heeney locked. Gray was looking good until I heard Wines is coming back round 3 or 4.
Lots of premo options to choose from for F3 F4.
Wingard,Gray, Dunkley, Kelly, Menegola, Smith, Walters the main contenders for me.
Dunkley is a wait and see on midfield time.
 
Smith has limited upside given his reliance on tackles and the difficulty of backing up 8 tackles per game, plus Sheil coming in. Not a bad pick by any means but I'm looking for more potential/upside for the price.

Walters is tempting again given Neale's departure and Blakely injury. His injury/suspension history is the turn off.

Reckon we'll get enough rookie options from Setterfield, Parker, Cavarra, Corbett, Blakely, McHenry/McAdam

Greene will be hard to leave out if he plays round 1. Might be a shrewd move to have a plan to get him in when he does appear.
For example if another mid pricer fails like Libba/Miles/Roberton trade them to Greene using DPPs.
Conversely if he fails, have a similar plan but in reverse.
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« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2019, 05:56:29 PM »

I'm looking to go set and forget. Even the better part of rookies are mostly the expensive ones in the fwds. Jack Billings at F5 and 1 rookie F6, is the plan. Greene is about the only value to be had, if your willing to take the risk. So load up the fwds and grab the value in def.
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« Reply #5 on: February 06, 2019, 06:39:08 PM »

I'm looking to go set and forget. Even the better part of rookies are mostly the expensive ones in the fwds. Jack Billings at F5 and 1 rookie F6, is the plan. Greene is about the only value to be had, if your willing to take the risk. So load up the fwds and grab the value in def.
Set and forget is great in theory. But in the fwds more than any other line there is the most doubt as to who the top players will be in that position this year. (Danger aside)
Billings at F5? Surely that leaves defence vulnerable where there are even less rookies
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« Reply #6 on: February 06, 2019, 07:16:56 PM »

My boy JJK back in full training and will play JLT. Have him at D4 and think he's a good chance to average 95 and become a keeper
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« Reply #7 on: February 06, 2019, 08:03:13 PM »

I'm looking to go set and forget. Even the better part of rookies are mostly the expensive ones in the fwds. Jack Billings at F5 and 1 rookie F6, is the plan. Greene is about the only value to be had, if your willing to take the risk. So load up the fwds and grab the value in def.
Set and forget is great in theory. But in the fwds more than any other line there is the most doubt as to who the top players will be in that position this year. (Danger aside)
Billings at F5? Surely that leaves defence vulnerable where there are even less rookies

Yep, I think Danger, Menegola, Heeney, Devon Smith should get to the top. And Billings should improve to the 90-95 mark, which will make him go close as well. There’s way more value to be had up the ground in the mids and def.
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« Reply #8 on: February 06, 2019, 09:09:40 PM »

My boy JJK back in full training and will play JLT. Have him at D4 and think he's a good chance to average 95 and become a keeper
JJK at D4? Look at quinny out here breaking the game.  :P
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« Reply #9 on: February 06, 2019, 09:18:49 PM »

I'm looking to go set and forget. Even the better part of rookies are mostly the expensive ones in the fwds. Jack Billings at F5 and 1 rookie F6, is the plan. Greene is about the only value to be had, if your willing to take the risk. So load up the fwds and grab the value in def.
Set and forget is great in theory. But in the fwds more than any other line there is the most doubt as to who the top players will be in that position this year. (Danger aside)
Billings at F5? Surely that leaves defence vulnerable where there are even less rookies

Yep, I think Danger, Menegola, Heeney, Devon Smith should get to the top. And Billings should improve to the 90-95 mark, which will make him go close as well. There’s way more value to be had up the ground in the mids and def.
Yeah I'm rocking the Danger, Dev, Heeney setup atm...Menegola, Buddy, and Gray also all under consideration. Wingard if he's fit for R1 is another. I swear I manage to flower up the forwards every year so just wanna play it safe aha
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« Reply #10 on: February 06, 2019, 09:58:35 PM »

Anyone know how Sam Reid Swans is travelling  - could be a handy F4 as well at the price.
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« Reply #11 on: February 06, 2019, 10:01:43 PM »

My boy JJK back in full training and will play JLT. Have him at D4 and think he's a good chance to average 95 and become a keeper
JJK at D4? Look at quinny out here breaking the game.  :P

I've got the cheat codes  ;)
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« Reply #12 on: February 06, 2019, 10:06:34 PM »

I'm looking to go set and forget. Even the better part of rookies are mostly the expensive ones in the fwds. Jack Billings at F5 and 1 rookie F6, is the plan. Greene is about the only value to be had, if your willing to take the risk. So load up the fwds and grab the value in def.
Set and forget is great in theory. But in the fwds more than any other line there is the most doubt as to who the top players will be in that position this year. (Danger aside)
Billings at F5? Surely that leaves defence vulnerable where there are even less rookies

Yep, I think Danger, Menegola, Heeney, Devon Smith should get to the top. And Billings should improve to the 90-95 mark, which will make him go close as well. There’s way more value to be had up the ground in the mids and def.
Yeah I'm rocking the Danger, Dev, Heeney setup atm...Menegola, Buddy, and Gray also all under consideration. Wingard if he's fit for R1 is another. I swear I manage to flower up the forwards every year so just wanna play it safe aha

Wingard picked in Betts AFLX team would suggest he's back to full fitness. They wouldn't risk him for this if there was any doubt at all
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« Reply #13 on: February 06, 2019, 10:29:42 PM »

Anyone know how Sam Reid Swans is travelling  - could be a handy F4 as well at the price.
416k, career best average of 75, injury prone. Surely not.
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« Reply #14 on: February 06, 2019, 10:43:27 PM »

My boy JJK back in full training and will play JLT. Have him at D4 and think he's a good chance to average 95 and become a keeper

Don’t mind the pick at all but the only problem is that he shares the bye with some of the most successful forwards last season in Danger, Hawkins, Menegola, Heeney, Buddy and T Mac.

Almost every team will be starting with at least Danger and Heeney. Some of the others I mentioned are likely upgrade targets so hard to pick JJK for our starting sides imo.
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