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Nige
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« Reply #30 on: December 18, 2017, 10:25:02 AM »

Alot to like about this team Nige. If 5 players under 180K line up in round one it will be perfect. Personally I don't thik O'shea is best 22. Marchbank, Weitering, Jones and Plowman are all infront of him and there is no way we will play all 5 of them.

Apart from that it is a great side. 2K18 will be a good year for you ;)
Probably a fair call, but I can't help but think that you guys wouldn't have taken him in the PSD (or even picked him up) if you didn't have a role in mind for him. I guess we'll have to wait and see on that one.
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« Reply #31 on: December 18, 2017, 10:31:05 AM »

Alot to like about this team Nige. If 5 players under 180K line up in round one it will be perfect. Personally I don't thik O'shea is best 22. Marchbank, Weitering, Jones and Plowman are all infront of him and there is no way we will play all 5 of them.

Apart from that it is a great side. 2K18 will be a good year for you ;)
Probably a fair call, but I can't help but think that you guys wouldn't have taken him in the PSD (or even picked him up) if you didn't have a role in mind for him. I guess we'll have to wait and see on that one.
Can never have too many depth players mate. Carlton's team is full of them and look how good we are ;)

But yeah that's a fair point just don't see a spot for him in our best 22.
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« Reply #32 on: December 18, 2017, 11:34:33 AM »

Good looking team Nige.   Interesting and realistic picks across most lines.    Avoiding alot of the mid price madness from returning injured.   Good chance to put you up on the rest who start them.   Good Job mate.
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« Reply #33 on: December 25, 2017, 10:00:19 AM »

Very strong side and if you can find six starting rookies, then you will be away to a flying start
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« Reply #34 on: January 12, 2018, 11:32:52 AM »

Good looking team Nige.   Interesting and realistic picks across most lines.    Avoiding alot of the mid price madness from returning injured.   Good chance to put you up on the rest who start them.   Good Job mate.

Very strong side and if you can find six starting rookies, then you will be away to a flying start

Thanks fellas!



Quick update just bring up something I mentioned in the Value Forwards thread.

"The plan for now is Barlow down to Bundy at one of the 5 defensive placeholder rookies up to either a midpricer (ideally not) or a premo. That may also require a slight change in my mids also.

Currently got 4/0/4 in my fwds (relaxing the definition of premo because of the options) and would like to keep it that way."

So from my current team a few posts above:

Barlow -> Christensen
def rookie -> premo/midprice def
Danger -> premo (Bont/Swans mid/Pendles)

Prefer the current stucture I have, but I'm happy to make the changes if necessary.

The mid move could also end up seeing me bring my boy Jack Graham back in, kid's a star and it also help with cash to bolster other lines and really have the freedom to pick who I want.
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« Reply #35 on: January 12, 2018, 03:13:24 PM »

Decided to visualise it.



I'll break it down, rookies included because I typically pick the rookies I think are in with a chance, even if they're all placeholders for now.

Def
Yeo: One of the easier picks here, Docherty out of the picture made him more appealing because I'd have probably gone Doc instead.
Laird: Picks himself. Has to be a good shout for the top defender of 2018.
Witherden: I get that people are worried about him and second year blues, plus the price isn't the greatest for a kid with like 10 games under his belt but I'm all in on this one.
McGrath: Plays midfield this year and I'm pretty certain he's going 90 at the very least, but I've got a gut feel 95-100 isn't out of the question.
O'Shea: Don't fully know if he's gonna slot in but logic says they didn't take him in the PSD for no reason. He slots in somehow, somewhere and at that price, you'll be laughing.
Doedee: Lever out, Doedee in. Fantasy potential? Good enough. I think he'll surprise some people who don't know a lot about him with exactly how good he is.
Murray: Pies gave up more than you'd expect considering he's basically a nobody but everything I've heard suggests that he can cut it.
Mihocek: Mature age key defender from the VFL who had a ripper 2017. Not gonna score that well but he'll play as the Pies are crying out for a KPD.

Mid
Danger: Yep, I still have him because I've found a way to keep him and still have a team I like enough. Everybody knows how good he is however at the same time, he's gonna drop in price at some point and 750k is heaps.
Dusty: Legend. Only getting better. Lock him in to have as good a season, if not better than his award winning 2017.
MCrouch: Freak in how much of a slut he is when it comes to racking up the pill and even more ridiculous how they're more often contested than not.
Fyfe: The boy is back. Looks in ripper condition and there's not a chance he doesn't go at least 110 I reckon.
Beams: I pray to God this man plays most games, and I think he will. At best he's a top 5 mid and can go like 120, he'll get close.
JGraham: I'm not missing out on him at this stage. Superstar in the making if not already. Get on and don't miss the boat.
LDU: Pick of the 2018 rookies, have this man or delete your team. He's Norf's best mid already so you'd be bonkers not to get around this fella.
Barry: Already has had a crack at it in the big time and is a lot better than he was during his time at the Dees. Insane season in the SANFL and could well slot in from day one.
TKelly: Straight into the spot that ol' Burgers Fatlop vacated. He'll be a safe bet to be one of the best rookies selection this year.
Holman: Second shot like Barry, also tore up in the SANFL like Barry. The difference? This bloke is at the Suns so he'll get more opportunity and kill it. Won't be another Ryan Davis.
Worpel: Ready to go. Suited. Hawks will use him and make him the second coming of Tom Mitchell. You're also supporting FF's own Jackson Ross by showing faith in his fellow 2017 draftee.

Rucks
Gawn: Gotta have the bloke right? I say yes. Prefer him over Nicholas Naitanui.
Jacobs: Element of risk everywhere else but this bloke who is safe as houses to play every game. Scores pretty well too.
SJones: Could easily get games next year. Ready to go. I'm one who likes having a ruck rookie who might actually play at some point.

Fwds
Billings: Won't have the same goalkicking yips from 2017, will get more mid time. I'm calling it now that he'll average 100+ this season.
Toby Mac: This kid has come on even better than I expected, looked extremely good last year when he played through the middle and that will continue in 2018 as the Dogs continue to do their rotate basically every f/m type they have.
Lobb: Playing ruck which is what he does best. Athletic, can cover the ground, gets HTAs. Can also kick goals as a forward. A ruck listed as a fwd means he'll go at least 90 without question.
Christensen: Warming to this selection more and more. Does have an injury history and ideally he'd be cheaper but for what he can do and given the state of forward options, you can do worse.
Venables: One of my favourites from his draft year. Eagles love him and will play him. Luke Shuey but better.
Garlett: A Garlett with his head screwed on. Immense talent and should play a nice role for the Blues so not having him would feel like a mistake.
Fritsch: Huge fan of this guy based on what I've seen and know about him. Should continue the trend of Vandenberg and Hannan before him.
Crowden: Ready to go if and when needed but you'd expect Brayshaw and Cerra to get a go before him. Still, well suited and could play a nice role which is what I like about him.

Thoughts and queries welcome as per usual.
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« Reply #36 on: January 12, 2018, 03:22:53 PM »

My main concern with this team is that in round 14 you have Laird, Crouch, Fyfe, Martin, Dangerfield, Jacobs and Billings out which is a fair few premiums who won't be playing. Other than that it's a very good team.
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« Reply #37 on: January 12, 2018, 03:30:58 PM »

My main concern with this team is that in round 14 you have Laird, Crouch, Fyfe, Martin, Dangerfield, Jacobs and Billings out which is a fair few premiums who won't be playing. Other than that it's a very good team.
Agree, I love the McGrath, Witherden, Graham, Jacobs and McLean picks. All PoD's but worthwhile risks. Very Nige team and I like it haha :P

Only concern is the byes.
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« Reply #38 on: January 12, 2018, 04:27:20 PM »

The byes are a slight issue I'll admit, but I don't wanna worry about them so far out.

I'll maybe attempt to balance it out when we get closer. More of a cross that bridge when I come to it scenario.
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« Reply #39 on: January 12, 2018, 04:29:06 PM »

Yep Rd 14 Bye is the issue with prems. One of the reasons I have gone without Laird or Crouch.

Love the team though Nige but need to be aware when trading try and stay clear of Rd 14 byes.
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« Reply #40 on: January 12, 2018, 11:07:54 PM »

Decided to visualise it.



I'll break it down, rookies included because I typically pick the rookies I think are in with a chance, even if they're all placeholders for now.

Def
Yeo: One of the easier picks here, Docherty out of the picture made him more appealing because I'd have probably gone Doc instead.
Laird: Picks himself. Has to be a good shout for the top defender of 2018.
Witherden: I get that people are worried about him and second year blues, plus the price isn't the greatest for a kid with like 10 games under his belt but I'm all in on this one.
McGrath: Plays midfield this year and I'm pretty certain he's going 90 at the very least, but I've got a gut feel 95-100 isn't out of the question.
O'Shea: Don't fully know if he's gonna slot in but logic says they didn't take him in the PSD for no reason. He slots in somehow, somewhere and at that price, you'll be laughing.
Doedee: Lever out, Doedee in. Fantasy potential? Good enough. I think he'll surprise some people who don't know a lot about him with exactly how good he is.
Murray: Pies gave up more than you'd expect considering he's basically a nobody but everything I've heard suggests that he can cut it.
Mihocek: Mature age key defender from the VFL who had a ripper 2017. Not gonna score that well but he'll play as the Pies are crying out for a KPD.

Mid
Danger: Yep, I still have him because I've found a way to keep him and still have a team I like enough. Everybody knows how good he is however at the same time, he's gonna drop in price at some point and 750k is heaps.
Dusty: Legend. Only getting better. Lock him in to have as good a season, if not better than his award winning 2017.
MCrouch: Freak in how much of a slut he is when it comes to racking up the pill and even more ridiculous how they're more often contested than not.
Fyfe: The boy is back. Looks in ripper condition and there's not a chance he doesn't go at least 110 I reckon.
Beams: I pray to God this man plays most games, and I think he will. At best he's a top 5 mid and can go like 120, he'll get close.
JGraham: I'm not missing out on him at this stage. Superstar in the making if not already. Get on and don't miss the boat.
LDU: Pick of the 2018 rookies, have this man or delete your team. He's Norf's best mid already so you'd be bonkers not to get around this fella.
Barry: Already has had a crack at it in the big time and is a lot better than he was during his time at the Dees. Insane season in the SANFL and could well slot in from day one.
TKelly: Straight into the spot that ol' Burgers Fatlop vacated. He'll be a safe bet to be one of the best rookies selection this year.
Holman: Second shot like Barry, also tore up in the SANFL like Barry. The difference? This bloke is at the Suns so he'll get more opportunity and kill it. Won't be another Ryan Davis.
Worpel: Ready to go. Suited. Hawks will use him and make him the second coming of Tom Mitchell. You're also supporting FF's own Jackson Ross by showing faith in his fellow 2017 draftee.

Rucks
Gawn: Gotta have the bloke right? I say yes. Prefer him over Nicholas Naitanui.
Jacobs: Element of risk everywhere else but this bloke who is safe as houses to play every game. Scores pretty well too.
SJones: Could easily get games next year. Ready to go. I'm one who likes having a ruck rookie who might actually play at some point.

Fwds
Billings: Won't have the same goalkicking yips from 2017, will get more mid time. I'm calling it now that he'll average 100+ this season.
Toby Mac: This kid has come on even better than I expected, looked extremely good last year when he played through the middle and that will continue in 2018 as the Dogs continue to do their rotate basically every f/m type they have.
Lobb: Playing ruck which is what he does best. Athletic, can cover the ground, gets HTAs. Can also kick goals as a forward. A ruck listed as a fwd means he'll go at least 90 without question.
Christensen: Warming to this selection more and more. Does have an injury history and ideally he'd be cheaper but for what he can do and given the state of forward options, you can do worse.
Venables: One of my favourites from his draft year. Eagles love him and will play him. Luke Shuey but better.
Garlett: A Garlett with his head screwed on. Immense talent and should play a nice role for the Blues so not having him would feel like a mistake.
Fritsch: Huge fan of this guy based on what I've seen and know about him. Should continue the trend of Vandenberg and Hannan before him.
Crowden: Ready to go if and when needed but you'd expect Brayshaw and Cerra to get a go before him. Still, well suited and could play a nice role which is what I like about him.

Thoughts and queries welcome as per usual.
This is the reason I'm a Property Steward and you are a master coach..Great side Nige. Great balance. Best I've seen. Like my side the byes will be an issue, and is for most punters. Good luck. :) and go Tiges.
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« Reply #41 on: January 13, 2018, 03:26:53 PM »

Like your research on the rookies - lets hope the real coaches are listening, particularly at Port
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« Reply #42 on: January 17, 2018, 09:52:24 PM »

Yep Rd 14 Bye is the issue with prems. One of the reasons I have gone without Laird or Crouch.

Love the team though Nige but need to be aware when trading try and stay clear of Rd 14 byes.
Yep, I'm not gonna freak just yet, but I'll be keeping it in mind.

This is the reason I'm a Property Steward and you are a master coach..Great side Nige. Great balance. Best I've seen. Like my side the byes will be an issue, and is for most punters. Good luck. :) and go Tiges.
Haha thanks mate, very kind!

Like your research on the rookies - lets hope the real coaches are listening, particularly at Port
Cheers, we can only hope.
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