2017 Teams and Round 11 discussion

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By walesy on May 31, 2017 at 8:26 PM
  1. walesy

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    Got and early lockout this week and a whole ton of byes. Hope you're prepared!

    PORT ADELAIDE
    B Darcy Byrne-Jones Tom Clurey Jack Hombsch
    HB Matthew Broadbent Tom Jonas Hamish Hartlett
    C Brad Ebert Ollie Wines Jared Polec
    HF Jarman Impey Justin Westhoff Sam Powell-Pepper
    F Sam Gray Charlie Dixon Jackson Trengove
    FOL Paddy Ryder Robbie Gray Travis Boak
    I/C Aaron Young Karl Amon Jasper Pittard Brendon Ah Chee
    EMG Angus Monfries Jimmy Toumpas Jesse Palmer

    HAWTHORN
    B Taylor Duryea Josh Gibson Kaiden Brand
    HB Ryan Burton Luke Hodge Shaun Burgoyne
    C Dallas Willsmore Daniel Howe Ricky Henderson
    HF Tom Mitchell Jack Gunston Isaac Smith
    F Paul Puopolo Jarryd Roughead Ty Vickery
    FOL Ben McEvoy Liam Shiels Luke Breust
    I/C Blake Hardwick James Sicily James Cousins Brendan Whitecross
    EMG Billy Hartung Ryan Schoenmakers Kade Stewart

    GEELONG CATS v ADELAIDE CROWS
    Friday 2 June, 7.50pm at Simonds Stadium

    CATS
    B: Jake Kolodjashnij, Tom Lonergan, Tom Stewart
    HB: Andrew Mackie, Lachie Henderson, Zach Tuohy
    C: Mitch Duncan, Joel Selwood, Jordan Murdoch
    HF: Steven Motlop, Harry Taylor, Nakia Cockatoo
    F: Darcy Lang, Tom Hawkins, Daniel Menzel
    FOL: Zac Smith, Patrick Dangerfield, Scott Selwood
    I/C: Mark Blicavs, Cam Guthrie, Sam Menegola, James Parsons
    EMG: Rhys Stanley, Jordan Cunico, Tom Ruggles

    IN: Tom Lonergan, Nakia Cockatoo
    OUT: Jordan Cunico, Jed Bews

    CROWS
    B: Jake Lever, Daniel Talia, Rory Laird
    HB: Jake Kelly, Kyle Hartigan, Luke Brown
    C: Rory Sloane, Richard Douglas, Brodie Smith
    HF: Wayne Milera, Tom Lynch, Taylor Walker
    F: Eddie Betts, Josh Jenkins, Charlie Cameron
    FOL: Sam Jacobs, Brad Crouch, Matt Crouch
    I/C: David Mackay, Hugh Greenwood, Rory Atkins, Andy Otten
    EMG: Jonathon Beech, Riley Knight, Reilly O’Brien

    Unchanged

    GOLD COAST SUNS v WEST COAST EAGLES
    Saturday 3 June, 1.45pm at Metricon Stadium

    SUNS
    B: J. Joyce, J. Leslie, J. Harbrow
    HB: S. Lemmens, S. May, A. Saad
    C: M. Rosa, G. Ablett, D. Swallow
    HF: J. Lyons, T. Lynch, T. Miller
    F: B. Matera, P. Wright, J. Martin
    FOL: J. Witts, A. Hall, M. Barlow
    I/C: P. Hanley, A.Sexton, K. Kolodjashnij, W. Brodie
    EMG: B. Fiorini, K. Brooksby, J. Schoenfeld

    IN: G. Ablett, M. Rosa
    OUT: B. Scheer, B. Fiorini

    EAGLES
    B: Sam Butler, Will Schofield, Shannon Hurn
    HB: Elliot Yeo, Jeremy McGovern, Jackson Nelson
    C: Jamie Cripps, Matt Priddis, Andrew Gaff
    HF: Liam Duggan, Jack Darling, Mark LeCras
    F: Lewis Jetta, Drew Petrie, Josh Hill
    FOL: Nathan Vardy, Sam Mitchell, Luke Shuey
    I/C: Dom Sheed, Brad Sheppard, Eric Mackenzie, Mark Hutchings
    EMG: Chris Masten, Malcolm Karpany, Jack Redden

    IN: Mark LeCras, Luke Shuey, Eric Mackenzie
    OUT: Malcolm Karpany, Josh Kennedy, Chris Masten

    GWS GIANTS v ESSENDON
    Saturday 3 June, 4.35pm at Spotless Stadium

    GIANTS
    B: Harry Perryman, Adam Tomlinson, Zac Williams
    HB: Nathan Wilson, Phil Davis, Lachie Whitfield
    C: Tom Scully, Callan Ward, Heath Shaw
    HF: Toby Greene, Jeremy Cameron, Josh Kelly
    F: Sam Reid, Jonny Patton, Matt de Boer
    FOL: Shane Mumford, Tim Taranto, Dylan Shiel
    I/C: Aidan Corr, Daniel Lloyd, Harry Himmelberg, Matt Kennedy
    EMG: Dawson Simpson, Jeremy Finlayson, Tim Mohr

    IN: Tom Scully
    OUT: Tim Mohr

    BOMBERS
    B: Martin Gleeson, Michael Hurley, Mark Baguley
    HB: Orazio Fantasia, Michael Hartley, David Myers
    C: Brent Stanton, Zach Merrett, Andrew McGrath
    HF: James Stewart, Cale Hooker, Travis Colyer
    F: Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti, Joe Daniher, Ben Howlett
    FOL: Tom Bellchambers, Dyson Heppell, Brendon Goddard
    I/C: Jobe Watson, David Zaharakis, Josh Green, Conor McKenna
    EMG: Kyle Langford, Heath Hocking, Matt Dea

    IN: Brent Stanton, Ben Howlett, Martin Gleeson
    OUT: James Kelly (groin), Matt Dea, Darcy Parish (calf)

    NORTH MELBOURNE v RICHMOND
    Saturday 3 June, 7.25pm at Etihad Stadium

    KANGAROOS
    B: Marley Williams, Robbie Tarrant, Ed Vickers-Willis
    HB: Lachlan Hansen, Scott Thompson, Jamie Macmillan
    C: Sam Gibson, Ben Cunnington, Aaron Mullett
    HF: Kayne Turner, Jarrad Waite, Taylor Garner
    F: Nathan Hrovat, Ben Brown, Trent Dumont
    FOL: Todd Goldstein, Jack Ziebell, Shaun Higgins
    I/C: Luke McDonald, Ryan Clarke, Shaun Atley, Mason Wood
    EMG: Andrew Swallow, Braydon Preuss, Josh Williams

    Unchanged

    TIGERS
    B: Alex Rance, David Astbury, Dylan Grimes
    HB: Jayden Short, Bachar Houli, Brandon Ellis
    C: Kamdyn McIntosh, Shane Edwards, Trent Cotchin
    HF: Dustin Martin, Daniel Rioli, Jason Castagna
    F: Jack Riewoldt, Kane Lambert, Jake Lloyd
    R: Toby Nankervis, Shaun Grigg, Josh Caddy
    I/C: Dion Prestia, Shai Bolton, Connor Menadue, Dan Butler
    EMG: Anthony Miles, Taylor Hunt, Todd Elton

    IN: Dan Butler
    OUT: Todd Elton (omitted)

    FREMANTLE v COLLINGWOOD
    Sunday 4 June, 4.40pm at Subiaco Oval

    DOCKERS
    B: Lee Spurr, Joel Hamling, Ethan Hughes
    HB: Cameron Sutcliffe, Michael Johnson, Lachie Weller
    C: Stephen Hill, Lachie Neale, Bradley Hill
    HF: Connor Blakely, Shane Kersten, Michael Walters
    F: Brady Grey, Cam McCarthy, Hayden Crozier
    FOL Aaron Sandilands, Nat Fyfe, David Mundy
    I/C (from): Ed Langdon, Jonathon Griffin, Matt Taberner, Darcy Tucker, Garrick Ibbotson, Tommy Sheridan, Luke Ryan

    IN: Aaron Sandilands, Ed Langdon, Tommy Sheridan, Luke Ryan
    OUT: Danyle Pearce

    MAGPIES
    B: Jeremy Howe, Lynden Dunn, Brayden Maynard
    HB: Josh Smith, Tyson Goldsack, Matthew Scharenberg
    C: Steele Sidebottom, Scott Pendlebury, Daniel Wells
    HF: Jordan De Goey, Will Hoskin-Elliott, Jamie Elliott
    F: Jack Crisp, Darcy Moore, Tim Broomhead
    FOL: Brodie Grundy, Taylor Adams, Adam Treloar
    I/C (from): Levi Greenwood, Mason Cox, Tom Phillips, Callum Brown, Henry Schade, Ben Crocker, Jackson Ramsay

    IN: Callum Brown, Mason Cox, Ben Crocker, Jackson Ramsay, Henry Schade
    OUT: Alex Fasolo (unavailable), Jarryd Blair (omitted)
     

Comments

Discussion in 'Blog' started by walesy, May 31, 2017.

    1. anthak
      anthak
      one game out of the way with no dramas at selection haha. I am really hoping this starts a trend this week because it will be difficult for me to handle any surprises this round.
    2. anthak
      anthak
      Im curious to hear how many playing premiums everyone will have each of the bye rounds.
      Presuming there are no injuries, and that Sandi and Rocky come back in, its looking like I will have 15 premiums onfield each of the 3 weeks (maybe 14 in r13, but I hope to make one more upgrade by then).
      The other 3 scoring spots will be filled by rookies each week.

      How is everyone else looking?
    3. insider
      insider
      Anyone have thoughts on Scott Selwood? Too awkwardly priced or good for a couple of hundred k cash grab?
      Also brad Ebert - good for a keeper mid or against the policy of being a top 8 mid by the end of the year?
    4. TheTassieHawk
      TheTassieHawk
      Fortunately only 1 Sunday game this week (Freo vs Coll) which means we find out most of the 50/50 calls prior to the Port Adelaide vs Hawks match.
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    5. insider
      insider
      12 assuming no injuries this week. more in the next two weeks
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    6. anthak
      anthak
      Definitely considering S Selwood. Im thinking either Fisher to S Selwood or Steele to J Selwood. Both good options imo.
      Scott Selwood is hard to ignore!
    7. choppers
      choppers
      It was either Scott Selwood or Bolton for me, and I went for Selwood...
    8. The_Swert
      The_Swert
      If Sandi doesn't get named and I'm facing a donut, i'll take the punt on S Selwood.
      If 18 of my players get named, then I'll probably hold back on S Selwood.

      I don't see him as a keeper - I doubt he will maintain his average. So he'll likely be a trade-in, trade-out prospect. That's 2 trades.
      Are 2 trades worth a potential $130k cash gain and perhaps 15 extra points for 5 weeks? Maybe
      Are 2 trades worth a potential $130k cash gain, 15 extra points for 5 weeks and avoiding a donut? Yes
    9. drlok
      drlok
      Without having traded yet this week I will have 12 premiums playing each week. Having said that my definition of premium has changed this year to anybody above 450k. :(
      Fortunately all of my other players are above 300K which is where I am getting most of points this year. (is there an emoticon for ironic??)
      Any way I will have 18 players above 300 k in each bye round with only making one trade.
    10. TheTassieHawk
      TheTassieHawk
      I am planning to go 2 down 1 up this week - Greenwood, Bolton and Scott Selwood are the standout options for mine, hopefully all get named.

      From my teams POV unless he ends up averaging 100 plus Scott Selwood ends up either staying as M8 and I end up losing points to teams that have Duckwood/Sloane types instead or costing a 2nd trade (I don't have many to burn) to trade him out.

      Bolton's dpp also seems to help a lot in setting my team up in Rounds 12 and 13, and hopefully beyond.
    11. insider
      insider
      what do you classify as not many trades to burn @TheTassieHawk ?
      Curious as to what everyone is working with. I have 14 left and it doesn't feel like a lot?
    12. walesy
      walesy
      I've got 15 trades, but if I burn through them over the byes, will be in the home stretch with 6 in the pocket.

      Hopefully the team will be complete though :D
    13. TheTassieHawk
      TheTassieHawk
      Similar here - 16 left and 7 left after the byes if I burn all 9 then I would need to burn 4 more to upgrade Newman to Adams/Roberton and M8 to Sloane/Selwood post byes leaving me with 3 as at Round 15.

      I will most likely slow down my trading which means squeezing a few extra $$$ out of my rookies however that most likely only saves a trade or 2 at most, but also hopefully means that I can use my last few trades in Rounds 19-21 rather than before.
    14. choppers
      choppers
      I've got 17 but haven't traded this round yet so will use either 2 or 3 this round
    15. walesy
      walesy
      For me, I'll probably keep the powder dry over the byes. I'm out of the hunt for the overall, but in my cash league ($1000 granny winner prize), I'm sitting 2 wins clear of 8th- and would very much appreciate having 8 trades leading into the finals :D

      Newman, Otten and SPP are the 3 upgrades I've got remaining, but only have WHE as cash gen. So might be able to get away with 5 trades for it if someone else wants to put their hand up and make me some cash :D Happy to hold Newman/Otten until the time is right though.
    16. ELeviathan
      ELeviathan
      I wish I new how you managed to achieve that. Cash is killing me.
      Before any trades I have:
      R11 - 13 premos (19 total expected to this week)
      R12 - 14 premos (23 total expected to play)
      R13 - 10 premises (15 total expected to play)

      Clearly I have some work to do to fix the R13 situation!!!
    17. LiQuiD_SiXx
      LiQuiD_SiXx
      It might be worth looking at it from total points scoring potential for the remainder of the season rather than end of season rankings.

      Consider this comparison:
      J. Selwood (who I believe to be top 8 EoS) $547,400 - 112 PPG x 12 games remaining = 1344 total points
      B. Ebert (non Top 8) $528,900 - 108 PPG x 13 games remaining = 1404 total points

      Selwood will need to ave 117 for the rest of the season to break even with Ebert's 108.

      And for those considering Ebert, don't discount having a good look at Ollie Wines also
    18. walesy
      walesy
      $453k for Robbie Gray. :D His scoring is a little batshit this year, but take out the 30's and he's averaging a tick under 108 also.
    19. LiQuiD_SiXx
      LiQuiD_SiXx
      I wanted to bring in Gray last week but Sandi out forced me to go with Ryder instead

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