Roy’s Trade Talk – Round 12
The big boys came out to play this week and their timing is perfect with plenty of rookies fattening, while a fresh crop are coming through and showing good scoring potential. Be sure to use the comments section to discuss your trades with each other.
The big boys came out to play this week and their timing is perfect with plenty of rookies fattening, while a fresh crop are coming through and showing good scoring potential… which hopefully equates to reasonable job security leading into the byes.
Rookies on the radar
(Brief and without the insight of Jeppa, so into his juniors later in the week)
Sam Collins (DEF, $194,000) Had a great second game against the lowly Bombers, taking many uncontested marks as predicted. He finished the game with 24 touches and 11 marks for 97 leaving him with a break even of -22.
Kade Stewart (MID, $153,000) Made a great debut for the Hawks with 16 touches and an impressive 9 tackles to compliment his sausage roll for 91. He has a break even of -18 leading into this weeks game.
Will Hams (FWD, $175,000) Having AFL experience is always a bonus and Hams looked like he had been there before, scoring a solid 75 against the Dockers. He worked hard to earn his sport on the team and will do everything he can to keep it. He had 14 touches, five tackles and a goal to give him a break even of 1.
Tom Rockliff (MID, $489,000) Showed what he does when fit and it must have been hard to watch for people that don’t have him. He had a massive 48 possessions, 8 marks, 9 tackles and a goal doing what pigs do best. He has a break even of 49 and will smash the Dockers this week, One of the biggest bargain in the history of Fantasy sport.
Matt Suckling (DEF, $410,000) Was looking like a washed up veteran at the Hawks in his last year and now he is arguably in career best form at the Kennel with only one score under 90 (87) when you discount the game he got injured on just 15 which is the only reason he is so under priced. He has a break even of 78 heading into his game against the Power.
Sam Mitchell (MID, $463,000) Speaking of big bargains, Mitchell is no Pig, but he is certainly capable of displaying a number of swine tendencies. After a massive start to the year, arguably career best, Mitchell dropped off for a few weeks and is heavily under priced. He is coming off 109 and has a good run up until his bye.
— Ben Fazlić 🇧🇦🇷🇸 (@benfazlic) June 6, 2016
Yeah mate, downgrade to Collins or upgrade to Vince or Suckers for value.
— Adelaide Crows (@AFL_Mad) June 6, 2016
Williams, was going huge on the weekend until he copped a cork. Scoring at Skilled is hard as well.
— James Charles (@jamessammut91) June 6, 2016
I am a bit reluctant to say yes to Zaharakis trade… although that’s easy to say as a non owner. I think the Blakely ship has sailed at 300K+
@RoyDT Jansen or Stewart and I field the one I get
— Thomas Chamoun (@Chamouny777) June 6, 2016
Both great options but I think Jansen has better JS and I would punt on that leading into the byes.
— Liam Scott (@lgs207) June 6, 2016
Yeah I like it… Getting it done
Lock it in
Lock it in…
who is the best defender that is under 480k
— lior (@lior434) June 6, 2016
I like Suckers just ahead of Howe
Not worried about Hall's lack of midfield time? Cheers.
— James Pettit (@jameswep) June 6, 2016
A concern if we expect him to average 115 like the start of the year… But a keeper for me
Cheers guys, discuss your trades in the comments!