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« on: January 25, 2018, 11:13:54 AM »

Here we go again. 2nd year of AFL Fantasy, last year wasn't good. Looking to bounce back.

Salary Cap: 63k



I would like advice.
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« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2018, 11:53:53 AM »

Here we go again. 2nd year of AFL Fantasy, last year wasn't good. Looking to bounce back.

Salary Cap: 63k



I would like advice.

Hey Swagger, pretty good start there buddy.

Rookies: who know's? need to wait and see teams .. JLT etc  .

I am liking L.Keefe who went to GWS from the Pies after his drug ban, reckon he plays round 1 and is basement price. Once again we need to see some JLT and intra club games to see where he is in terms of best 22. J.Kelly and L.Ryan are probably good bets to play next year from round 1. I see AFL Fantasy have decided to make them more expensive as usual just to annoy everybody unlike RDT where they actually have a proper pricing system that they stick by.

Defenders: Structure looks fine to me. Don't know about H.Shaw but with the injury to Williams maybe he returns to his best? not a bad price. Hurley i like and was keen on myself, he finished the year on fire. Only problem is with D.Smith and Stringer coming in it might push Hooker back into defence and this could have an effect on Hurley's scoring? Laird = gun enough said. Brayshaw worth the risk i reckon, could become a keeper if all the planets were to align  :D

Midfielders: Structure is fine. If i was going to be picky, for me your midfield needs another gun/keeper, i like the selections but for me personally i like to start with the top 4 or 5 mids in the comp. You can dump them for next best performing mids if something happens before they leak much cash. This is a lot easier in regards to RDT where the players prices do not change for the first 2 weeks.

Rucks: Having both Gawn and NN could be a worry, not sure how many games they will play each for the year? I will be starting with Lobb in my forward line so when he gains DPP R/F in round 6 i can use him to cover rucks missing games.

Forwards: Structure is okay considering there are bugger all bargains that we know of yet, seems to be a few in the forward line so we may as well take advantage of that at this early stage. Barlow worries the hell out of me  :-X there are a lot of people with him in their teams so i wont say anymore but just too risky for my liking. Think you need a really good strong scoring forward without an injury history like Barlow's. I like Billings, he went nuts last year, has turned into a premo forward.

Still a very long time to go before we can start to lock in some players, have fun tinkering.

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« Reply #2 on: January 26, 2018, 10:54:50 AM »

Salary Left: 4k


Thanks for the feedback Football Factory, The rookies I haven't really done any research on them if anything, so thanks for a few names and I'll just put them in for placeholders. Hurley, I'll have a look at what the bombers do in the JLT to see if hooker goes back it will affect Hurley scoring. I agree with Shaw, his old and he also could get rested a bit through the year. Brayshaw will also be on the list of players to look out for in the JLT. Now the Mids, what I noticed last year is the mids is so much more important then supercoach cause a bit mid = a bad team. So I decided to make the mid really scary and just downgrade my FWD line as IMO the forward line in the weakest (was the weakest last year too) Adding Danger, Martin, Merret & Zorko just makes my MID really good and scary to see. The Ruck I will just have a look at during the JLT just to see whats going to happen to Gawn and Nicnat this year. The forward line I made weaker cause there really isn't many good FWD that I want. Billings and Henney look like the only ones I want. Put Lobb in cause I like your thing with moving into ruck if one of them get rested or injured.

Would like more feedback if needed. Thanks :)
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« Reply #3 on: January 26, 2018, 11:19:58 AM »

Can not argue much as structure is same as mine with differing prems. You have a superstrong mid though. We just need to nail the right rookies which will be a task in itself.
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« Reply #4 on: January 26, 2018, 12:56:33 PM »

Yeah i like it, things will change from now till round 1 but you have the basis of a good team imo.
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