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« Reply #15 on: February 06, 2019, 09:44:10 PM »

Danger, Dev, Wingard and Greene is how I'm currently rolling.  Greene's position is of course based on health.  I've got a gut feeling not to trust Heeney for some reason this year, and ifI'm wrong he'll be an upgrade target, don't feel his price will move much.
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« Reply #16 on: February 06, 2019, 10:25:11 PM »

Leon Cameron has said just yesterday that he expects Toby Greene to play round 1.

Makes him mighty tempting at his price.
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« Reply #17 on: February 06, 2019, 10:27:39 PM »

My boy JJK back in full training and will play JLT. Have him at D4 and think he's a good chance to average 95 and become a keeper

Don’t mind the pick at all but the only problem is that he shares the bye with some of the most successful forwards last season in Danger, Hawkins, Menegola, Heeney, Buddy and T Mac.

Almost every team will be starting with at least Danger and Heeney. Some of the others I mentioned are likely upgrade targets so hard to pick JJK for our starting sides imo.

Good info from Ben here. I must admit I was firmly looking at JJK myself. Gonna win the Coleman and kick 100 this year.
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« Reply #18 on: February 07, 2019, 12:28:58 AM »

My boy JJK back in full training and will play JLT. Have him at D4 and think he's a good chance to average 95 and become a keeper

Don’t mind the pick at all but the only problem is that he shares the bye with some of the most successful forwards last season in Danger, Hawkins, Menegola, Heeney, Buddy and T Mac.

Almost every team will be starting with at least Danger and Heeney. Some of the others I mentioned are likely upgrade targets so hard to pick JJK for our starting sides imo.

Hadn't even looked at the byes to be honest because every year I plan for the, and it turns to shower anyway but no doubt it'll become an issue
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« Reply #19 on: February 07, 2019, 06:26:30 AM »

Leon Cameron has said just yesterday that he expects Toby Greene to play round 1.

Makes him mighty tempting at his price.

I can just see this doing my head in already haha

The guys had next to no preseason and if history has told us anything it's that players who have interrupted preseasons almost always end u up missing games or drop their average

But, the price is what will suck us in

We can usually get Top forwards for 450-480k during the season as most of them inevitably drop in value at some point, so is a 100k discount enough for Greene considering that massive risks and very high chance he ends up missing games?

This is why both Greene and JJK aren't in my side at the moment. I just don't think they're cheap enough to warrant the risk, but I'm open to possibly starting one of them at F4 knowing that if something happens to the one I start, the other guy is there as any easy fix to trade to

And yeah, I'm all over the byes which is another reason I've never really considered JJK because that second week bye is already looking brutal
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« Reply #20 on: February 07, 2019, 11:29:53 AM »

I'm looking to go set and forget. Even the better part of rookies are mostly the expensive ones in the fwds. Jack Billings at F5 and 1 rookie F6, is the plan. Greene is about the only value to be had, if your willing to take the risk. So load up the fwds and grab the value in def.
Set and forget is great in theory. But in the fwds more than any other line there is the most doubt as to who the top players will be in that position this year. (Danger aside)
Billings at F5? Surely that leaves defence vulnerable where there are even less rookies

Yep, I think Danger, Menegola, Heeney, Devon Smith should get to the top. And Billings should improve to the 90-95 mark, which will make him go close as well. There’s way more value to be had up the ground in the mids and def.
Yeah I'm rocking the Danger, Dev, Heeney setup atm...Menegola, Buddy, and Gray also all under consideration. Wingard if he's fit for R1 is another. I swear I manage to flower up the forwards every year so just wanna play it safe aha

Wingard picked in Betts AFLX team would suggest he's back to full fitness. They wouldn't risk him for this if there was any doubt at all
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« Reply #21 on: February 07, 2019, 11:45:44 AM »

Anyone at all considering Mundy?

With Neale and Blakely gone, I think Fyfe mentioned recently that he expects Mundy to be back in the midfield full time

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« Reply #22 on: February 07, 2019, 12:07:22 PM »

Anyone at all considering Mundy?

With Neale and Blakely gone, I think Fyfe mentioned recently that he expects Mundy to be back in the midfield full time


Pushing 34 trying to keep the old players to a minimum so not for me does not mean he won't score well
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« Reply #23 on: February 07, 2019, 12:34:48 PM »

Anyone at all considering Mundy?

With Neale and Blakely gone, I think Fyfe mentioned recently that he expects Mundy to be back in the midfield full time


Pushing 34 trying to keep the old players to a minimum so not for me does not mean he won't score well

He should actually be on peoples radar, worst average in the last 9 seasons since 2010 is 89...
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« Reply #24 on: February 07, 2019, 01:23:52 PM »

Just following up on the Toby Greene stuff, Leon also said that he has been running flat out for 4-5 weeks now so that's actually comforting to hear. Says he expects him to play Round 1 as already mentioned here, but also said he might even be a chance for a JLT match

After seeing that, and the nightmare that the forward line already is, I might put Tobias back in my side  :-X
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« Reply #25 on: February 07, 2019, 01:44:50 PM »

Just following up on the Toby Greene stuff, Leon also said that he has been running flat out for 4-5 weeks now so that's actually comforting to hear. Says he expects him to play Round 1 as already mentioned here, but also said he might even be a chance for a JLT match

After seeing that, and the nightmare that the forward line already is, I might put Tobias back in my side  :-X
My life is so much easier with him not playing round 1...

If he does i’ll Inevitably pick him and he will make me regret it :P
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« Reply #26 on: February 07, 2019, 03:35:25 PM »

Just following up on the Toby Greene stuff, Leon also said that he has been running flat out for 4-5 weeks now so that's actually comforting to hear. Says he expects him to play Round 1 as already mentioned here, but also said he might even be a chance for a JLT match

After seeing that, and the nightmare that the forward line already is, I might put Tobias back in my side  :-X

It's simple for me, if he plays a JLT game I'll pick him. Won't trust it otherwise
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« Reply #27 on: February 07, 2019, 06:19:18 PM »

I'm looking to go set and forget. Even the better part of rookies are mostly the expensive ones in the fwds. Jack Billings at F5 and 1 rookie F6, is the plan. Greene is about the only value to be had, if your willing to take the risk. So load up the fwds and grab the value in def.
Set and forget is great in theory. But in the fwds more than any other line there is the most doubt as to who the top players will be in that position this year. (Danger aside)
Billings at F5? Surely that leaves defence vulnerable where there are even less rookies

Yep, I think Danger, Menegola, Heeney, Devon Smith should get to the top. And Billings should improve to the 90-95 mark, which will make him go close as well. There’s way more value to be had up the ground in the mids and def.
Yeah I'm rocking the Danger, Dev, Heeney setup atm...Menegola, Buddy, and Gray also all under consideration. Wingard if he's fit for R1 is another. I swear I manage to flower up the forwards every year so just wanna play it safe aha

Wingard picked in Betts AFLX team would suggest he's back to full fitness. They wouldn't risk him for this if there was any doubt at all
A valid point
Nat Edwards asked Eddie “you aren’t worried about the calf?” and Eddie didn’t look like he knew anything about it. I’m thinking he might need a replacement.
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« Reply #28 on: February 07, 2019, 06:22:27 PM »

I'm looking to go set and forget. Even the better part of rookies are mostly the expensive ones in the fwds. Jack Billings at F5 and 1 rookie F6, is the plan. Greene is about the only value to be had, if your willing to take the risk. So load up the fwds and grab the value in def.
Set and forget is great in theory. But in the fwds more than any other line there is the most doubt as to who the top players will be in that position this year. (Danger aside)
Billings at F5? Surely that leaves defence vulnerable where there are even less rookies

Yep, I think Danger, Menegola, Heeney, Devon Smith should get to the top. And Billings should improve to the 90-95 mark, which will make him go close as well. There’s way more value to be had up the ground in the mids and def.
Yeah I'm rocking the Danger, Dev, Heeney setup atm...Menegola, Buddy, and Gray also all under consideration. Wingard if he's fit for R1 is another. I swear I manage to flower up the forwards every year so just wanna play it safe aha

Wingard picked in Betts AFLX team would suggest he's back to full fitness. They wouldn't risk him for this if there was any doubt at all
A valid point
Nat Edwards asked Eddie “you aren’t worried about the calf?” and Eddie didn’t look like he knew anything about it. I’m thinking he might need a replacement.

They had to nominate for it to even be picked though so surely he wouldn't have put his hand up in the first place? Even if he wanted to personally the club would have laughed and said no deal straight away
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« Reply #29 on: February 07, 2019, 06:28:42 PM »

I'm looking to go set and forget. Even the better part of rookies are mostly the expensive ones in the fwds. Jack Billings at F5 and 1 rookie F6, is the plan. Greene is about the only value to be had, if your willing to take the risk. So load up the fwds and grab the value in def.
Set and forget is great in theory. But in the fwds more than any other line there is the most doubt as to who the top players will be in that position this year. (Danger aside)
Billings at F5? Surely that leaves defence vulnerable where there are even less rookies

Yep, I think Danger, Menegola, Heeney, Devon Smith should get to the top. And Billings should improve to the 90-95 mark, which will make him go close as well. There’s way more value to be had up the ground in the mids and def.
Yeah I'm rocking the Danger, Dev, Heeney setup atm...Menegola, Buddy, and Gray also all under consideration. Wingard if he's fit for R1 is another. I swear I manage to flower up the forwards every year so just wanna play it safe aha

Wingard picked in Betts AFLX team would suggest he's back to full fitness. They wouldn't risk him for this if there was any doubt at all
A valid point
Nat Edwards asked Eddie “you aren’t worried about the calf?” and Eddie didn’t look like he knew anything about it. I’m thinking he might need a replacement.

They had to nominate for it to even be picked though so surely he wouldn't have put his hand up in the first place? Even if he wanted to personally the club would have laughed and said no deal straight away
True. You would certainly think so.
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