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« Reply #480 on: March 20, 2019, 11:32:54 AM »

I'm not messing around too much, Lloyd and Laird are in my team and pretty happy with that.

doesnt it worry u that Lloyd has only had one good half of a season? like not many started him last year thinking he would breakout

I think he's going to become more important to the Swans and the rules will benefit him.  Even if he drops a little, I still think he will be a top 3 defender.
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« Reply #481 on: March 20, 2019, 01:07:47 PM »

Brodie Smith is in fkn 41% of teams. Almost gain nothing from picking him, not picking him while everyone else is stuck with a bloke averaging 85 could be the POD.
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« Reply #482 on: March 20, 2019, 01:12:55 PM »

Brodie Smith is in fkn 41% of teams. Almost gain nothing from picking him, not picking him while everyone else is stuck with a bloke averaging 85 could be the POD.
When I had him he was at 10% >:( bloody JLT
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« Reply #483 on: March 20, 2019, 01:13:24 PM »

Brodie Smith is in fkn 41% of teams. Almost gain nothing from picking him, not picking him while everyone else is stuck with a bloke averaging 85 could be the POD.
Hanley>Smith confirmed.
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« Reply #484 on: March 20, 2019, 01:15:59 PM »

Brodie Smith is in fkn 41% of teams. Almost gain nothing from picking him, not picking him while everyone else is stuck with a bloke averaging 85 could be the POD.
When I had him he was at 10% >:( bloody JLT

I had Crouch and wrote something on my page when he was in 7% of teams. Now he too is 28%. Again theres not much upside in picking him with the injury risk if he is no longer a point of difference. JLT was a fat RIP.
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« Reply #485 on: March 20, 2019, 01:17:43 PM »

Brodie Smith is in fkn 41% of teams. Almost gain nothing from picking him, not picking him while everyone else is stuck with a bloke averaging 85 could be the POD.
I'd be OK with 85. Would make over 100k. The high ownership means less risk. What you gain is money saved to beef up rest of your team, plus 85 points at a price point of 60. I'm picking him cos I need to find value/save money somewhere, and with Roberton out the only other option is Hanley, who plays for GC and has been out of the game for a long time.
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« Reply #486 on: March 20, 2019, 01:19:00 PM »

Brodie Smith is in fkn 41% of teams. Almost gain nothing from picking him, not picking him while everyone else is stuck with a bloke averaging 85 could be the POD.
When I had him he was at 10% >:( bloody JLT

I had Crouch and wrote something on my page when he was in 7% of teams. Now he too is 28%. Again theres not much upside in picking him with the injury risk if he is no longer a point of difference. JLT was a fat RIP.
At least Matt is only in 13% of teams. That’s kind of a pod this year.
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« Reply #487 on: March 20, 2019, 01:26:03 PM »

Brodie Smith is in fkn 41% of teams. Almost gain nothing from picking him, not picking him while everyone else is stuck with a bloke averaging 85 could be the POD.
When I had him he was at 10% >:( bloody JLT

I had Crouch and wrote something on my page when he was in 7% of teams. Now he too is 28%. Again theres not much upside in picking him with the injury risk if he is no longer a point of difference. JLT was a fat RIP.

If you're talking about Brad, then he was always going to be high owned, prob not an indication of your post on your page.  Plenty of people don't start building there teams till closer to the season and Crouch's production when healthy is elite.  In saying that I'm not starting him at this stage.
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« Reply #488 on: March 20, 2019, 01:29:42 PM »

Brodie Smith is in fkn 41% of teams. Almost gain nothing from picking him, not picking him while everyone else is stuck with a bloke averaging 85 could be the POD.
When I had him he was at 10% >:( bloody JLT

I had Crouch and wrote something on my page when he was in 7% of teams. Now he too is 28%. Again theres not much upside in picking him with the injury risk if he is no longer a point of difference. JLT was a fat RIP.

If you're talking about Brad, then he was always going to be high owned, prob not an indication of your post on your page.  Plenty of people don't start building there teams till closer to the season and Crouch's production when healthy is elite.  In saying that I'm not starting him at this stage.

Even prior to the JLT's. He posted two 115's. Went up 10% ownership after each. He was definitely a forgotten man till he killed the JLT.

I definitely did not suggest my post did that ahahhaha. Just an example of time and when he was still considered unique. Ive only got 2k, i dont pull the numbers to effect huge waves in ownership ;)
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« Reply #489 on: March 20, 2019, 01:42:53 PM »

Brodie Smith is in fkn 41% of teams. Almost gain nothing from picking him, not picking him while everyone else is stuck with a bloke averaging 85 could be the POD.
When I had him he was at 10% >:( bloody JLT

I had Crouch and wrote something on my page when he was in 7% of teams. Now he too is 28%. Again theres not much upside in picking him with the injury risk if he is no longer a point of difference. JLT was a fat RIP.

If you're talking about Brad, then he was always going to be high owned, prob not an indication of your post on your page.  Plenty of people don't start building there teams till closer to the season and Crouch's production when healthy is elite.  In saying that I'm not starting him at this stage.

Even prior to the JLT's. He posted two 115's. Went up 10% ownership after each. He was definitely a forgotten man till he killed the JLT.

I definitely did not suggest my post did that ahahhaha. Just an example of time and when he was still considered unique. Ive only got 2k, i dont pull the numbers to effect huge waves in ownership ;)

Ahahaha, just how I read it lol!  ;)  I do feel this year teams will be quite Vanilla, just depends on the moves you make throughout the year!
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« Reply #490 on: March 20, 2019, 01:48:48 PM »

Happy for people to jump off guys like Smith and Crouch due to high ownership.

If they crash and burn you’re with the pack. If they jump and go bananas and you’ve got nope I don’t want them you’re in struggle street big time.

Sometimes the best POD is to go with the guys everyone is picking because lots of people will try and move away and that’s when it kills them.
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« Reply #491 on: March 20, 2019, 01:53:42 PM »

Happy for people to jump off guys like Smith and Crouch due to high ownership.

If they crash and burn you’re with the pack. If they jump and go bananas and you’ve got nope I don’t want them you’re in struggle street big time.

Sometimes the best POD is to go with the guys everyone is picking because lots of people will try and move away and that’s when it kills them.
If they crash and burn and you don't have them, you save a trade and gain points on the competition. If they go bananas and you don't have them, you can corrective trade after rd. 2 and get them anyways.

Not a huge deal either way imo, unless they get injured on 2 or go 150+ in the first 2 rounds.
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« Reply #492 on: March 20, 2019, 01:57:01 PM »

Happy for people to jump off guys like Smith and Crouch due to high ownership.

If they crash and burn you’re with the pack. If they jump and go bananas and you’ve got nope I don’t want them you’re in struggle street big time.

Sometimes the best POD is to go with the guys everyone is picking because lots of people will try and move away and that’s when it kills them.
If they crash and burn and you don't have them, you save a trade and gain points on the competition. If they go bananas and you don't have them, you can corrective trade after rd. 2 and get them anyways.

Not a huge deal either way imo, unless they get injured on 2 or go 150+ in the first 2 rounds.

Yes but considering both guys are 41% and nearly 30% owned and taking ito consideration 75% of people who play the game don’t have a genuine clue / don’t care/ ghostships after round 2 or 3 then you’ll be in the small percentile of people winning if it doesn’t work out for the guys who own both. Corrective trading isn’t that easy either, gonna have rookies to deal with and other things. So probably only 1 guy is an option.

Not a huge deal but I’d rather be in the boat of owning. Murphy a few years ago was a prime example, I didn’t jump on until after Rd 3 and fell right behind early, never recovered.
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« Reply #493 on: March 20, 2019, 06:38:56 PM »

Happy for people to jump off guys like Smith and Crouch due to high ownership.

If they crash and burn you’re with the pack. If they jump and go bananas and you’ve got nope I don’t want them you’re in struggle street big time.

Sometimes the best POD is to go with the guys everyone is picking because lots of people will try and move away and that’s when it kills them.
If they crash and burn and you don't have them, you save a trade and gain points on the competition. If they go bananas and you don't have them, you can corrective trade after rd. 2 and get them anyways.

Not a huge deal either way imo, unless they get injured on 2 or go 150+ in the first 2 rounds.

Yes but considering both guys are 41% and nearly 30% owned and taking ito consideration 75% of people who play the game don’t have a genuine clue / don’t care/ ghostships after round 2 or 3 then you’ll be in the small percentile of people winning if it doesn’t work out for the guys who own both. Corrective trading isn’t that easy either, gonna have rookies to deal with and other things. So probably only 1 guy is an option.

Not a huge deal but I’d rather be in the boat of owning. Murphy a few years ago was a prime example, I didn’t jump on until after Rd 3 and fell right behind early, never recovered.

Very comfy moving away from
Brodie Smith at that ownership.

Ridiculously over selected imo
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« Reply #494 on: March 20, 2019, 06:55:04 PM »

Yeah, can't see the benefit considering I was only looking at him as a stepping stone. I think kicking the ball back into play helps boost his average a little, but if I'm not keeping him I may as well use the cash elsewhere. Zac Williams is in a smaller percentage of teams
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