Roy’s Trade Talk: rd 11
Roy has a quick look at a few viable Suns and Power players to help us get through the byes unscathed. Use the comments section to discuss your trade ideas!
With the Byes only two weeks away, I have a look at some potential targets from the Suns and Power to help us avoid doughnuts through the dreaded period.
Cash Cows: Price, BE, Score
- Logan Austin (DEF, $222,000) -16, 97. Came into the Saints side with no expectations from Fantasy coaches from a scoring perspective but he took advantage of a very leaky Tiger forward line to score 97 from 23 touches and eight marks. Don’t expect that every week but the break even game is there.
- Tim Smith (FWD, $277,000) -36 107 is pricey now but he has the highest ceiling of the lot after backing up last weeks performance with 107 from 19 possessions six marks and six tackles and two goals. He is going nowhere through the byes and will actually contribute when he’s on the ground.
- Aaron Hall (MID, $566,000) 71, 115. Is an interesting prospect. Since coming back into the side he has done his best work off half back, but is it enough to get DPP if he does it again this round? He has scored 102 and 115 in his last two and plays the Cats this week who are giving up a heap of points to half backs.
- Travis Boak (MID/FWD, $617,000) 84, 113 is having a good season and is in nice form with a five round average of 98 coming off a season high 113. He only has one score under 70 for the year which is more than can be said for a few of our popular ‘premiums’.
- Tom Rockliff (FWD/MID, $545,000) 56, 106 is bordering on must have this week as he heads down to Tassie where he dominates. After a slow start that has resulted in his $180K price drop, he is back in the middle where he belongs and his scores of 127 and 106 reflect that. He is so cheap for a world record holder and those piggish tendencies we all love are creeping back. You will never get him this cheap ever again, so it’s time to pounce.
- Darcy Byrne Jones (DEF, $556,000) 54, 106 here is a left field defender for you, owned by just .8% of the competition. Since Hartlett went down, DBJ has been the main beneficiary with a lowest score of 88 in the last five weeks and an average of 96 in that time following 104 and 106 on his last two. If you need a cheap guy pumping out premo scores for our depleted back lines, he may be it
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Jeremy Howe out for Angus Brayshaw
Lance Franklin out for Mitch Robinson
Jack Darling out Devon Smith
My trades at this stage:
Kelly to Rockliff
Mutch to Tim Smith