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    Will a new coach at Collingwood help them rediscover how to kick?
    Buckley has broken my Pendles and I want him back for 2018
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leroy View Post
    Will a new coach at Collingwood help them rediscover how to kick?
    Buckley has broken my Pendles and I want him back for 2018
    On reflection, probably a little unfair on Pendlebury - it's Adams and Treloar who look to have gone backwards this season when they should have become guns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leroy View Post
    On reflection, probably a little unfair on Pendlebury - it's Adams and Treloar who look to have gone backwards this season when they should have become guns.
    Funny thing is, I thought Adams had fixed his kicking woes, however his last two weeks have absolutely destroyed my belief that he had improved his kicking.
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    Patrick Cripps. With injury ruling him out for the rest of the year it look's like he will start next year priced at the equivalent price of 97.7ppg average. With his last injury I was starting to think he is a bit injury prone, but he did play all bar three games in the previous 2 years. Below is his career games and stats:

    Year Games Average
    2014 - 3 - 39.3
    2015 - 20 - 96.3
    2016 - 21 - 107.6
    2017 - 15 - 97.7

    He will be 23 next year, with Carlton's young team surely improving, he seems like a decent value pick. What do you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philzsay View Post
    Patrick Cripps. With injury ruling him out for the rest of the year it look's like he will start next year priced at the equivalent price of 97.7ppg average. With his last injury I was starting to think he is a bit injury prone, but he did play all bar three games in the previous 2 years. Below is his career games and stats:

    Year Games Average
    2014 - 3 - 39.3
    2015 - 20 - 96.3
    2016 - 21 - 107.6
    2017 - 15 - 97.7

    He will be 23 next year, with Carlton's young team surely improving, he seems like a decent value pick. What do you think?
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    I think the changing of the guard analogy is quite fitting running into 2018. The old soldiers have had their time in the sun.

    Doc, Laird & Lloyd will probably find themselves is most teams for the next 5+ years in defence. All 3 will start in my side next year. If Yeo falls in defence he'll be very hard to ignore also.

    Danger Titch & Zerrett probably follow suit in the mids. A discounted Jelwood probably makes the cut too. Might be some port bias creeping in but I believe we'll see Wines take the next step very very soon, takes the big boys a bit longer to get the tank required for the ToG needed to go elite.

    I won't even begin to think about rucks yet, got it so wrong the last 3 years Ive decided to follow the masses on this one for the foreseeable future.

    Gray & Greene likely the 2 to lock in forward. As Greene gets a few more winters under his belt and the brain fades become more sparse I think he'll become rolled gold in SC terms. Has the talent to be one of the greats, regardless of character.
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    D: Unsure whether or not I will start with Doch. Laird probably.
    M: Danger, T. Mitchell, 2 of Z. Merrett, Beams, Cripps, Oliver and Treloar. Probably a Fyfe or Selwood 'Old Fort' type player. Danger probably due to his importance as Captain but certainly not locked in.
    R: Nic Nat, Gawn.
    F: Those players that get FWD/MID eligibility. I might pick Robbie Gray. Fyfe might get F/M. Probably a discounted F/R type for cover, unless there is a basement priced R3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BomberSam View Post
    If Dusty goes, Caddy must be strongly considered as a very underpriced M/F.
    Caddy is a never again. No Martin wont make a difference to how he scores
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoggyODFL View Post
    Caddy is a never again. No Martin wont make a difference to how he scores
    Because you wish he was still at Geelong. I'm confident that a larger share of the midfield pie would go to Caddy if a spot were to open up.
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    To summarize for me, out with the old guns, in with the new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BomberSam View Post
    Because you wish he was still at Geelong. I'm confident that a larger share of the midfield pie would go to Caddy if a spot were to open up.
    I started him this year expecting the move would give him more midfield time. Hasn't happened think he's just about found his SC level
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoggyODFL View Post
    Caddy is a never again. No Martin wont make a difference to how he scores
    Quote Originally Posted by BomberSam View Post
    Because you wish he was still at Geelong. I'm confident that a larger share of the midfield pie would go to Caddy if a spot were to open up.
    Quote Originally Posted by DoggyODFL View Post
    I started him this year expecting the move would give him more midfield time. Hasn't happened think he's just about found his SC level
    He's going into his 8th year next year. I reckon he's already found his level and it'll be around 75-90. He hasn't got the tank to play enough mid time to be relevant i reckon. He'll need to show that's changed for me to put him even on the watchlist.
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    I think I'll have what Rowsus is having. Love the logic behind his ideas.
     

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    David Swallow could be of interest , has now played 7 in a row, averaging 87.

    If he can through the remainder of the season and complete a full preseason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbie66 View Post
    does anyone see any significant appeal/upside to Cutler and Mayes ?

    Hopper could be worth a look if he goes to Carlton.
    Sam Mayes 97.8 in his last 5 , 91.8 in his first 5.

    5th season , don't watch too many Lions games , may need to monitor him.

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    Oliver will an interesting one for me next year. At the moment he is a no for me but has the rest of the season to convince me otherwise. He currently is up 40pts on his previous season ave and I seem to recall stats on this site (need to find the article) that jumps like that are not often backed up with increases next season. And he has really only produced two captains scores. Understand completely though for people that rode him this year that they would stay on for next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BomberSam View Post
    Gibbs to Adelaide? Could help Cripps hugely!
    Why would this help Cripps? He already plays pure midfield.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BomberSam View Post
    Gibbs to Adelaide? Could help Cripps hugely!
    Quote Originally Posted by Bontempele View Post
    Why would this help Cripps? He already plays pure midfield.
    He's probably thinking of the end of 2016, where Cripps averaged 120+ from his last 8 games. Noticeable absentee: Marc Murhpy out injured. He does get better scores when him, Gibbs and Murph don't share all the in and under around.

    Very similar to Beams and Rocky - they get much better scores when the other is not playing (with the caveat that they need to be fully fit!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bontempele View Post
    Why would this help Cripps? He already plays pure midfield.
    Quote Originally Posted by Leroy View Post
    He's probably thinking of the end of 2016, where Cripps averaged 120+ from his last 8 games. Noticeable absentee: Marc Murhpy out injured. He does get better scores when him, Gibbs and Murph don't share all the in and under around.

    Very similar to Beams and Rocky - they get much better scores when the other is not playing (with the caveat that they need to be fully fit!)
    Leroy said it perfectly. Cheers mate!
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    I will be attempting to base my 2018 team around these players, depending on price, DPP, structure and funds.

    New guard: Pat Dangerfield, Tom Mitchell, Zach Merrett, Sam Docherty, Isaac Heeney, Jake Lever, Elliot Yeo, Clayton Oliver, Max Gawn, Josh Kelly, Jack Billings

    Knocking on the door: Tom Papley, Connor Blakely, Sam Petrevski-Seton, Ryan Burton, Darcy Parish, Jarryd Lyons, Rory Atkins, Dom Sheed, Rhys Mathieson, Jack Sinclair, Kane Lambert

    Will he / Won't he?: Joe Daniher, Toby Greene
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