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« Reply #15 on: February 10, 2018, 03:50:52 PM »

Ok back onto Sicily as a footballer  :P
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« Reply #16 on: February 10, 2018, 04:16:56 PM »

The return of Stratton Frawley and Birch is my main concern.
Because of this guys like Sicily and Burton are a no for me

4% and 3% making them massive PODS for me, I got both.  ;)
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« Reply #17 on: February 11, 2018, 02:15:34 PM »


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« Reply #18 on: February 12, 2018, 11:00:00 AM »

Gunston was played down back last year aswell and looked really good. These picks are speculative at best and 1 in 50 might come off as a good pick. Better to hold off and upgrade to the 1 than risk the other 49.
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« Reply #19 on: February 12, 2018, 02:40:13 PM »

Gunston was played down back last year aswell and looked really good. These picks are speculative at best and 1 in 50 might come off as a good pick. Better to hold off and upgrade to the 1 than risk the other 49.
Very true but every year after we have our perfect team put together we usually find that not all our cheap rookies get a game and we have to spend more and that usually means downgrading one or two of our premos to the dreaded 350-400K class of player and this year my candidates are Mills , Sicily and heaven forbid Stringer.
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« Reply #20 on: February 12, 2018, 02:58:31 PM »

Gunston was played down back last year aswell and looked really good. These picks are speculative at best and 1 in 50 might come off as a good pick. Better to hold off and upgrade to the 1 than risk the other 49.
Very true but every year after we have our perfect team put together we usually find that not all our cheap rookies get a game and we have to spend more and that usually means downgrading one or two of our premos to the dreaded 350-400K class of player and this year my candidates are Mills , Sicily and heaven forbid Stringer.
Part of the reason I build my teams using more expensive rookies. Much easier to downgrade the rookie and upgrade elsewhere than do the other way around.

Normally if I need to downgrade its either a Prem to a less solid Prem or an Extra rookie. The Mid price is fraught with danger so I always try to avoid those picks. Im not talking the ones priced lower than output, but the true breakout mid pricers.
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« Reply #21 on: February 12, 2018, 03:58:53 PM »

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« Reply #22 on: February 12, 2018, 05:17:20 PM »

Gunston was played down back last year aswell and looked really good. These picks are speculative at best and 1 in 50 might come off as a good pick. Better to hold off and upgrade to the 1 than risk the other 49.
Very true but every year after we have our perfect team put together we usually find that not all our cheap rookies get a game and we have to spend more and that usually means downgrading one or two of our premos to the dreaded 350-400K class of player and this year my candidates are Mills , Sicily and heaven forbid Stringer.
Part of the reason I build my teams using more expensive rookies. Much easier to downgrade the rookie and upgrade elsewhere than do the other way around.

Normally if I need to downgrade its either a Prem to a less solid Prem or an Extra rookie. The Mid price is fraught with danger so I always try to avoid those picks. Im not talking the ones priced lower than output, but the true breakout mid pricers.
Hard to downgrade the expensive rookie if there not enough cheapie rookies to start  ;D What is the saying the best laid plans of mice and men  ;)
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« Reply #23 on: February 14, 2018, 01:09:18 AM »

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« Reply #24 on: February 14, 2018, 01:13:53 AM »



Haha! Well you heard the man
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« Reply #25 on: February 14, 2018, 09:20:18 AM »

Gunston was played down back last year aswell and looked really good. These picks are speculative at best and 1 in 50 might come off as a good pick. Better to hold off and upgrade to the 1 than risk the other 49.
Very true but every year after we have our perfect team put together we usually find that not all our cheap rookies get a game and we have to spend more and that usually means downgrading one or two of our premos to the dreaded 350-400K class of player and this year my candidates are Mills , Sicily and heaven forbid Stringer.
Part of the reason I build my teams using more expensive rookies. Much easier to downgrade the rookie and upgrade elsewhere than do the other way around.

Normally if I need to downgrade its either a Prem to a less solid Prem or an Extra rookie. The Mid price is fraught with danger so I always try to avoid those picks. Im not talking the ones priced lower than output, but the true breakout mid pricers.
Hard to downgrade the expensive rookie if there not enough cheapie rookies to start  ;D What is the saying the best laid plans of mice and men  ;)

Its easier to downgrade and expensive rookie to a cheap playing rookie than upgrading a non playing rookie to an expensive rookie.
One requires no changes to the team, but give you extra cash to upgrade other positions
The other requires downgrade on other positions to get the cash to upgrade the rookie.

That is the reason I build my draft teams with expensive rookies.
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« Reply #26 on: February 14, 2018, 10:40:33 AM »

Gunston was played down back last year aswell and looked really good. These picks are speculative at best and 1 in 50 might come off as a good pick. Better to hold off and upgrade to the 1 than risk the other 49.
Very true but every year after we have our perfect team put together we usually find that not all our cheap rookies get a game and we have to spend more and that usually means downgrading one or two of our premos to the dreaded 350-400K class of player and this year my candidates are Mills , Sicily and heaven forbid Stringer.
Part of the reason I build my teams using more expensive rookies. Much easier to downgrade the rookie and upgrade elsewhere than do the other way around.

Normally if I need to downgrade its either a Prem to a less solid Prem or an Extra rookie. The Mid price is fraught with danger so I always try to avoid those picks. Im not talking the ones priced lower than output, but the true breakout mid pricers.
Hard to downgrade the expensive rookie if there not enough cheapie rookies to start  ;D What is the saying the best laid plans of mice and men  ;)

Its easier to downgrade and expensive rookie to a cheap playing rookie than upgrading a non playing rookie to an expensive rookie.
One requires no changes to the team, but give you extra cash to upgrade other positions
The other requires downgrade on other positions to get the cash to upgrade the rookie.

That is the reason I build my draft teams with expensive rookies.
Makes sense to me,but as Shaker said what if there's no cheap rookies(that u don't own already) to downgrade to?
Say u have LDU and Brodie plus all the cheaper rookies available. Then one gets injured or doesn't get selected. You'd have to find cash to upgrade them to a mid pricer or prem anyway.
I agree it's better to plan with a few expensive rookies but u never know what if any cheaper ones will be available.
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« Reply #27 on: February 14, 2018, 10:57:11 AM »

On Sicily, he's one of many around that price in the fwds that could fill F3/4. There's also Curnow,Lobb,DeGoey,Smith,Petracca and with nearly all top ten priced fwds having some preseason setbacks we might have to choose 1 or 2 of these types.
Also throw in Walters and Stringer.
If Sicily was a sure thing to play down back I'd be considering very strongly.
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« Reply #28 on: February 14, 2018, 11:00:42 AM »

Gunston was played down back last year aswell and looked really good. These picks are speculative at best and 1 in 50 might come off as a good pick. Better to hold off and upgrade to the 1 than risk the other 49.
Very true but every year after we have our perfect team put together we usually find that not all our cheap rookies get a game and we have to spend more and that usually means downgrading one or two of our premos to the dreaded 350-400K class of player and this year my candidates are Mills , Sicily and heaven forbid Stringer.
Part of the reason I build my teams using more expensive rookies. Much easier to downgrade the rookie and upgrade elsewhere than do the other way around.

Normally if I need to downgrade its either a Prem to a less solid Prem or an Extra rookie. The Mid price is fraught with danger so I always try to avoid those picks. Im not talking the ones priced lower than output, but the true breakout mid pricers.
Hard to downgrade the expensive rookie if there not enough cheapie rookies to start  ;D What is the saying the best laid plans of mice and men  ;)

Its easier to downgrade and expensive rookie to a cheap playing rookie than upgrading a non playing rookie to an expensive rookie.
One requires no changes to the team, but give you extra cash to upgrade other positions
The other requires downgrade on other positions to get the cash to upgrade the rookie.

That is the reason I build my draft teams with expensive rookies.
Makes sense to me,but as Shaker said what if there's no cheap rookies(that u don't own already) to downgrade to?
Say u have LDU and Brodie plus all the cheaper rookies available. Then one gets injured or doesn't get selected. You'd have to find cash to upgrade them to a mid pricer or prem anyway.
I agree it's better to plan with a few expensive rookies but u never know what if any cheaper ones will be available.

Difference is I don't plan with more than 1 or 2 cheaper rookies, right now my draft team has not only 3 rookies under 150k in it.
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« Reply #29 on: February 14, 2018, 05:56:18 PM »

Went down back from Round 14 onwards

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That's actually a lot better than I thought. The 25 is a shocker but he did have 10 clangers LOL and just 13 touches. 14 touches in the 46 score, but he had 20+ in all other scores so seems to have the ability to go 90+ when he gets 20+ touches

Another preseason under his belt and the fact that most defenders aren't consistent too has all of a sudden put this bloke on my radar, to my surprise
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