Discussion in 'AFL' started by stowie, Mar 22, 2011.
Finally, the wait is over...
Just quickly looking through and heres couple the scores from much talked about Yarran & Foley.
Chris Yarran Fwd 300800 Ave: 102 with scores of 122, 97, 87
Nathan Foley Mid 364000 Ave: 93 with scores of 78, 93, 109
Ma, the rains are 'ere
Very interested to see Gibbs' scores! I thoguht he was having a quiet one
Av of 84 for D. Stanley looks promising. Played every game. Possibly ahead of Hunt (46) or Toy (70) for anyone's team?
Travis Boak anyone!!!! Ave: 139 with scores of 131 , 132, 153
Adam Goodes ave: 142 with scores of 103, 192, 131
Great to have them all in front of you.
I'd recommend copying into excel so you can rank by average/team etc.
Thx Stowie - nice find. I've been looking all day.
Yeah, great work Stowie
Here's a quick excel sheet I just put together with a few added columns if people want.
The above is sorted by price difference or 'amount undervalued'
The above has kept the original sorting, that is, by team and then by nab average.
All I've done is create a few extra columns (price performance, price difference, and $ per point). Sorting by price difference gives an easy view of which players are undervalued the most, given their nab cup performance.
Price performance - the price a player would have started at if he had averaged his current nab average the year before
Price difference - his 2011 starting price minus his price performace figure
$ per point - player starting price divided by nab cup average.
If anyone has a suggestion as to a better way of hosting the file, I'm all ears! new to the whole file hosting thing.
Wow Spud, fantastic effort. Thanks.
Anyone concerned by D Swallow and A Otten's scores?
Awesome Spud. that's amazing!!! Clearly a very productive monday afternoon at work!
Anyone else see Boomers scores? He's been in my mid for a while but that was just going on experience, very surprised more people aren't on him after that effort from 2
People should be considering Ward as an alternative to Foley too.
<blockquote>Quote from Locky on March 21, 2011, 14:47
Anyone concerned by D Swallow and A Otten's scores?</blockquote>
Swallow was tagged in one of those games (at least) and when he has Ablett and Risc next to him he'll be able to run free.
Great stuff spud...
Already had Ward locked in from the very start... Must say alot of my mid pricers have a very nice average over the preseason....
Also interesting to note that Jason Blake top-scored for the Saints coming in at #69 overall. Anyone worried about Rooey yet?
The other day I heard someone, who's footy opinion I respect, comparing the post hamstring Riewoldt to pre hamstring Riewoldt. He thinks something's a miss with him. Until then he was a monty to be in my forward line but now I'm tossing up between him and Goodes.
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