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« Reply #45 on: February 12, 2019, 11:12:03 AM »

thoughts on mclean vs dunkley ?
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« Reply #46 on: February 12, 2019, 11:15:15 AM »

thoughts on mclean vs dunkley ?
Toss a coin. Who will benefit the most from Dahlhaus departure. Dunkley would be my preference out of the 2 if forced to make a choice as I think he has the more upside. 
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« Reply #47 on: February 12, 2019, 11:40:39 AM »

thoughts on mclean vs dunkley ?

Might be best to pass on both

Dunkley looks good, but let's not forget it was just 6 matches at the end the year that made him look good - that's an incredibly small sample size

He played 19 games last year - and for the first 13 he only averaged 80. Those last 6 rocketed him up to 95, and whether or not we will continue to get that leading into 2019 - who knows
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« Reply #48 on: February 12, 2019, 11:48:09 AM »

thoughts on mclean vs dunkley ?

Might be best to pass on both

Dunkley looks good, but let's not forget it was just 6 matches at the end the year that made him look good - that's an incredibly small sample size

He played 19 games last year - and for the first 13 he only averaged 80. Those last 6 rocketed him up to 95, and whether or not we will continue to get that leading into 2019 - who knows
I thought similar to that as well then I looked a bit closer his last 6 were nearly as a pure mid compared to playing up FWD with some stints in the mid and even a bit of tagging for the rest of the season , he is looking more appealing every day to me so much so I plonked him in the FWD line the other day .
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« Reply #49 on: February 12, 2019, 12:19:39 PM »

thoughts on mclean vs dunkley ?

Might be best to pass on both

Dunkley looks good, but let's not forget it was just 6 matches at the end the year that made him look good - that's an incredibly small sample size

He played 19 games last year - and for the first 13 he only averaged 80. Those last 6 rocketed him up to 95, and whether or not we will continue to get that leading into 2019 - who knows
I thought similar to that as well then I looked a bit closer his last 6 were nearly as a pure mid compared to playing up FWD with some stints in the mid and even a bit of tagging for the rest of the season , he is looking more appealing every day to me so much so I plonked him in the FWD line the other day .

He plays these run with roles and his SC suffers as a result. Exactly the same as Jack Steele, both score well when playing the free running mid game.
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« Reply #50 on: February 12, 2019, 12:33:16 PM »

No idea why anyone would consider Dunkley. He scored like a beast when he pushed Bont to the forward line and was given the #1 inside mid role, but in 2019 Libba is back to claim his rightful position.
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« Reply #51 on: February 12, 2019, 12:35:31 PM »

No idea why anyone would consider Dunkley. He scored like a beast when he pushed Bont to the forward line and was given the #1 inside mid role, but in 2019 Libba is back to claim his rightful position.
Libba will do his ACL putting his boots on for R1
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« Reply #52 on: February 12, 2019, 03:38:37 PM »

No idea why anyone would consider Dunkley. He scored like a beast when he pushed Bont to the forward line and was given the #1 inside mid role, but in 2019 Libba is back to claim his rightful position.
I agree with this and think Libba being back (and not getting injured) will affect Dunkley’s output. Need to watch him in JLT to see how they play him...
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« Reply #53 on: February 12, 2019, 04:36:55 PM »

I'm likely gonna go with Mundy/Kelly & Greene with Danger @ F1
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« Reply #54 on: February 12, 2019, 05:17:42 PM »

thoughts on mclean vs dunkley ?

Might be best to pass on both

Dunkley looks good, but let's not forget it was just 6 matches at the end the year that made him look good - that's an incredibly small sample size

He played 19 games last year - and for the first 13 he only averaged 80. Those last 6 rocketed him up to 95, and whether or not we will continue to get that leading into 2019 - who knows
I thought similar to that as well then I looked a bit closer his last 6 were nearly as a pure mid compared to playing up FWD with some stints in the mid and even a bit of tagging for the rest of the season , he is looking more appealing every day to me so much so I plonked him in the FWD line the other day .

He plays these run with roles and his SC suffers as a result. Exactly the same as Jack Steele, both score well when playing the free running mid game.
Jack Steele SC tagging Oliver 104 pts, tagging Wines 81 pts, v Cripps 144pts, Cotch/Martin 89pts, Ward 81, Macrae 118, Mitchell 121... not too shabby. FWIW I'm all over both.
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« Reply #55 on: February 12, 2019, 07:20:00 PM »

thoughts on mclean vs dunkley ?

Might be best to pass on both

Dunkley looks good, but let's not forget it was just 6 matches at the end the year that made him look good - that's an incredibly small sample size

He played 19 games last year - and for the first 13 he only averaged 80. Those last 6 rocketed him up to 95, and whether or not we will continue to get that leading into 2019 - who knows
I thought similar to that as well then I looked a bit closer his last 6 were nearly as a pure mid compared to playing up FWD with some stints in the mid and even a bit of tagging for the rest of the season , he is looking more appealing every day to me so much so I plonked him in the FWD line the other day .

He plays these run with roles and his SC suffers as a result. Exactly the same as Jack Steele, both score well when playing the free running mid game.
Jack Steele SC tagging Oliver 104 pts, tagging Wines 81 pts, v Cripps 144pts, Cotch/Martin 89pts, Ward 81, Macrae 118, Mitchell 121... not too shabby. FWIW I'm all over both.

I reckon he's playing a more head to head role, well atleast he's a shower tagger then. Cripps 35 possi, Olive 24 possi (ok here), Macrae 36 possi, Mitchell 33 possi.
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« Reply #56 on: February 12, 2019, 08:10:05 PM »

Yeah Steele doesn't tag - he runs with

Big difference

Spuds like Ben Jacobs tag. Steele runs with, wins as much, if not more than the person he's matched up on
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« Reply #57 on: February 12, 2019, 09:11:40 PM »

Full time mid as a forward with previous gun scoring history? Yes please. (Mundy)
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« Reply #58 on: February 12, 2019, 09:33:59 PM »

Full time mid as a forward with previous gun scoring history? Yes please. (Mundy)

Keen, especially early days. Think as the season progresses he may decrease his midfield time and let some of the kids come through. Can certainly see him scoring very heavily though

thoughts on mclean vs dunkley ?

Well I've gone from wanting to start both to being happy with neither. Its a wait and see from me, the Dogs structures are just impossible to pick week to week let alone this far out from R1
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« Reply #59 on: February 12, 2019, 10:10:30 PM »

Full time mid as a forward with previous gun scoring history? Yes please. (Mundy)

Keen, especially early days. Think as the season progresses he may decrease his midfield time and let some of the kids come through. Can certainly see him scoring very heavily though

I'm all for the fast start though. Could go 105+ for the first 3 months before slowly letting the younger guys take over.

I'd be happy if there's a definite role change or scoring plummet to sideways after that.
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