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    Quote Originally Posted by bomberboy View Post
    How much mid time does he need per game to be viable? I can't see him having the tank just yet to run the 4 quarters in the mids. Surely he will be rotated through?



    Agreed. It's going to happen, the hard part is when.
    Still a watch but from the current talk, it sounds like he'll get only mid time/wing with saad taking his spot down back. Not sure where he goes for rests, just the bench? In my side pending preseason games but he's going to be well discussed it seems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bomber18 View Post
    Still a watch but from the current talk, it sounds like he'll get only mid time/wing with saad taking his spot down back. Not sure where he goes for rests, just the bench? In my side pending preseason games but he's going to be well discussed it seems.
    Similar to Heeney last year but I see more reason to believe the Hype as there is seems to be room for him (comparing Heeney's chances at the Swans). He has been locked into my side ever since the mid time comments and hard to see it changing at this stage unless there is an injury scare.
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    Although I have NicNat in my team at the moment I am still to be convinced that he is 100% and will be right to start the season. Plenty of time to find out if that is the case or to prove he is up for it but if he does need to be replaced who is the go? I don't see a lot of practical replacements below his price. So I wonder if finding a suitable replacement is going to cause a lot of reshuffling of other positions to fund the replacement and cause some restructuring. Does anyone have him and a Plan B in place if he doesn't look like making it? Sinclair? Darcy? Tippett?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manikato1 View Post
    Although I have NicNat in my team at the moment I am still to be convinced that he is 100% and will be right to start the season. Plenty of time to find out if that is the case or to prove he is up for it but if he does need to be replaced who is the go? I don't see a lot of practical replacements below his price. So I wonder if finding a suitable replacement is going to cause a lot of reshuffling of other positions to fund the replacement and cause some restructuring. Does anyone have him and a Plan B in place if he doesn't look like making it? Sinclair? Darcy? Tippett?

    Rolling with Ryder & Gawn atm, with one eye on Sauce Jacobs an surprisingly Witts. Witts ave 94 from 18 games (6 100s an 6 scores in the 90s) last yr an 37 HO a game. If he can increase his engine with a strong pre, i see no reason why he wont improve. Solid R2 i think an def one to watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NT.Thunder View Post
    Some thoughts

    Williams I've seen in a couple of teams, not sure for my mind and carries some risk, players are more likely to return to premium status than a new player achieve premium status if that make sense. For example I'd say there is more chance Heath Shaw will return to premium scoring then Williams achieving it. With Wilson gone I think GWS will revert back to Heater taking the kick-ins but you never know. Consistency will be a big issue I think with Zac which will affect his average.

    Sicily is a wait and see. If he holds his position in defence then will score well; however with Birchall back and a couple of others there's still a bit to play out in the Hawks defence. the loss of play maker Luke Hodge also offers points to be had and Sicily could benefit. I'm watching him.

    Midfield worries me a little with limited Captain choices obvious. If Titch continues on his merry way then there's one; however if Danger and/or Martin continue big scores then you may leave 20-40 ppg behind just on C picks. Kelly one good year, gun, but still only the one premium break out year. I can't see him improving much so I'll watch and pick him up as needs later down the track. Zorko could benefit with Rocky leaving, Fyfe improves if fit and no brainer and Cripps is well priced and could go premium.

    Rucks same everywhere it seems

    Forwards, don't see the value ion Lobb, won't be a top 10 forward and can't be used as a ruck MPP so no value there IMO, will need a trade. Deledio, tough one. Injury history and won't see any midfield time, with Greene playing that high possession HFF I can't see Lids offering much and coupled with those quads, risky.
    Highly unlikely that Shaw scores better than Williams next year, yes players who have been premium for a year can have a hard time backing it up but he's gone from 88 in 2016 to 94 in 2017, which shows decent scoring for 2 seasons and steady improvement. He also only gets 22 disposals a game so his ceiling is very big and he could easily go 105+ pretty soon with no Wilson and an aging Shaw (his tog is also relatively low for a defender). Shaw just looked old last year and I'd be highly surprised if he bounces back, it's unusual for players to do so at 32 (and turning 33 next year).

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotShame View Post
    Rolling with Ryder & Gawn atm, with one eye on Sauce Jacobs an surprisingly Witts. Witts ave 94 from 18 games (6 100s an 6 scores in the 90s) last yr an 37 HO a game. If he can increase his engine with a strong pre, i see no reason why he wont improve. Solid R2 i think an def one to watch.
    What's your plan when Ryder has a bye in R10? Cop the 0? Trade him? Not many enticing R/F picks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bomber18 View Post
    What's your plan when Ryder has a bye in R10? Cop the 0? Trade him? Not many enticing R/F picks
    Hence why i am watching Sauce lol
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    Tippett is a R/F punt I’m willing to take if up and about early. He opens a whole bunch of poddy DPP doors so not completely dismissing Ryder at this very early stage.

    Looks like the Sydney faithful are divided on where he fits on the list though, so the preseason will tell all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotShame View Post
    Rolling with Ryder & Gawn atm, with one eye on Sauce Jacobs an surprisingly Witts. Witts ave 94 from 18 games (6 100s an 6 scores in the 90s) last yr an 37 HO a game. If he can increase his engine with a strong pre, i see no reason why he wont improve. Solid R2 i think an def one to watch.
    Witts may be a R2 worth considering but he is 53k more than NicNat. I guess the point I am making is that while it I still early days and teams are long way off being locked down many people have NicNat as a given and there are limited options around his price or less. Posting draft teams with NicNat in them and only 10 or 20k left over means no room to move. If he is an out then big chance something needs to give to make way for a replacement.
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    Main adjustments were Sicily > McGrath, and switching out Lobb, Deledio and Bennell for Dangerfield and 2 rookies. Forwards are a bit light on the ground, and I can downgrade O'Shea and get a bit more spending money down back if required.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagling View Post


    Main adjustments were Sicily > McGrath, and switching out Lobb, Deledio and Bennell for Dangerfield and 2 rookies. Forwards are a bit light on the ground, and I can downgrade O'Shea and get a bit more spending money down back if required.
    I like the structure at this stage as it is very similar to my current draft. I would sit back with that team until NAB (or whatever it is called now) eagling!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagling View Post


    Main adjustments were Sicily > McGrath, and switching out Lobb, Deledio and Bennell for Dangerfield and 2 rookies. Forwards are a bit light on the ground, and I can downgrade O'Shea and get a bit more spending money down back if required.
    Great minds think alike bc this is basically my team as well :P.
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    Hey guys, first posted version of my squad. Comes out wth $0 in the bank, so could be the dream scenario.

    DEF: Laird, Simpson, Ellis, O’Shae, O’Brien, Doedee, Paton, Mihocek
    MID: Dangerfield, Fyfe, Bontempelli, Beams, Cripps, Coniglio, WBrodie, Freeman, Polson, Kelly, Holman
    RUC: Gawn, Nic Nat, English
    FWD: Heeney, Dahlhaus, DSmith, Stringer, Rioli, Higgins, Venebles, Ryan


    Keen for feedback. Cheers
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    I don't know much about the WCE side, but I'd be really surprised to see 3 debutantes forward come round 1, don't get me wrong, I'd open it with welcome arms but would be pretty rare I'd imagine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NT.Thunder View Post
    I don't know much about the WCE side, but I'd be really surprised to see 3 debutantes forward come round 1, don't get me wrong, I'd open it with welcome arms but would be pretty rare I'd imagine.
    That’s a Cyril Rioli in that forward line
    Edit: I can now see Eagling has those 3. I’m the same, can’t see 3 in the same part of the ground.

    Appreciate the feedback though. I’m more looking for premium thoughts and structures, given the rookies are placeholders atm.
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    Looking for some feedback.

    Laird, Hibberd, Williams, Mcgrath, Byrne, O'Shea (Doedee, Murray)
    Danger, Martin, Mitchell, Crouch, Fyfe, Cripps, LDU, Garlett (Worpel, Naish, Brayshaw)
    Gawn, NicNat (English)
    Franklin, Billings, Ahern, Higgins, Frampton, Rioli (De Koning, Ryan)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bomberboy View Post
    Looking for some feedback.

    Laird, Hibberd, Williams, Mcgrath, Byrne, O'Shea (Doedee, Murray)
    Danger, Martin, Mitchell, Crouch, Fyfe, Cripps, LDU, Garlett (Worpel, Naish, Brayshaw)
    Gawn, NicNat (English)
    Franklin, Billings, Ahern, Higgins, Frampton, Rioli (De Koning, Ryan)
    Frampton and De Koning? What is with this frivolity bomberboy? Do you know something the rest of us don't? Unlikely to play, bad for loopholing and no one to float with.

    I don't think Danger, Dusty and Titch is necessary. Only once in the history of supercoach has the top 3 remained the top 3 the following year. Geelong and Hawthorn follow each other around in the draw for the first 7 rounds so you are unlikely to need both for the Captain's loophole. Dusty is a nice foil for the other 2 with Richmond tending to play opposite Geelong and Hawthorn in most rounds.
    Mitchell down to Coniglio or Redden or Prestia, Frampton up to Christensen and De Koning to Rayner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freowho View Post
    Frampton and De Koning? What is with this frivolity bomberboy? Do you know something the rest of us don't? Unlikely to play, bad for loopholing and no one to float with.

    I don't think Danger, Dusty and Titch is necessary. Only once in the history of supercoach has the top 3 remained the top 3 the following year. Geelong and Hawthorn follow each other around in the draw for the first 7 rounds so you are unlikely to need both for the Captain's loophole. Dusty is a nice foil for the other 2 with Richmond tending to play opposite Geelong and Hawthorn in most rounds.
    Mitchell down to Coniglio or Redden or Prestia, Frampton up to Christensen and De Koning to Rayner.
    Dangerfield is the only one I agree with you there. With Ablett running through the midfield dangerfields average will drop to 120-125 imo. Ablett just gets to much off the pill. Titch and dusty are locked in my team.
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    Howdy all! No where near settled and highly dependent on rookies yada yada but this is my current setup

    DEF: Laird, Roberton, Hanley, Shaw, Murphy Doedee, rookie rookie
    MID: Dangerfield, Fyfe, Dusty, Pendles, JKelly, Coniglio, Gartlett, Barry rookie rookie rookie
    RUC: Gawn, Nic Nat, Cameron
    FWD: Dahlhaus, DSmith, Lambert, Cyril, WRioli, Higgins, Venebles, Ryan

    Too optimstic with onfield rookies. Shaw (midpricer and JKelly (Cripps) would be my cash sources.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimmawit View Post
    Howdy all! No where near settled and highly dependent on rookies yada yada but this is my current setup

    DEF: Laird, Roberton, Hanley, Shaw, Murphy Doedee, rookie rookie
    MID: Dangerfield, Fyfe, Dusty, Pendles, JKelly, Coniglio, Gartlett, Barry rookie rookie rookie
    RUC: Gawn, Nic Nat, Cameron
    FWD: Dahlhaus, DSmith, Lambert, Cyril, WRioli, Higgins, Venebles, Ryan

    Too optimstic with onfield rookies. Shaw (midpricer and JKelly (Cripps) would be my cash sources.
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    Would love to hear your thoughts on him Dimma. He's become a bit of a dirty word around here, reckon he can turn it around?
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