NRL Supercoach 2017

NRL Supercoach Round 4 – Hookers! How do you like yours?

NRL Supercoach Round 4 – Hookers! How do you like yours?

The 2017 hooker scenario is pretty simple. If you don’t own Cameron Smith then you’re running with a POD. He’s easily the best hooker available and you’ll want him in your run home side. Currently 37% of coaches own Smith but that figure will grow slightly as the bye period approaches. How does this make […]

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NRL Supercoach Round 3 – It’s not 2018 just yet!

NRL Supercoach Round 3 – It’s not 2018 just yet!

There are too many coaches already giving up on their SuperCoach season but there are a few things we need to keep in mind. The 2017 season has been a brutal beast with proven Guns underperforming and popular captain choices producing disappointing efforts. It has definitely been a unique season but we need to look […]

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NRL Supercoach Round 2 – Lesson Learned.

NRL Supercoach Round 2 – Lesson Learned.

Round two was another low scoring week with 950 to 1000 points being a fairly good effort. Tedesco, Tuivasa-Sheck and Cartwright were the main disappointments but luckily most competitive coaches had one or more of them in their team.  I scored a respectable 1033 which is a nice relief after my round one performance. I […]

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NRL Supercoach Round 1 – What just happened?

NRL Supercoach Round 1 – What just happened?

What a brutal way to start to the 2017 SuperCoach season! Some of us may have escaped the carnage but a lot of coaches will be forced to reassess their approach. Round one had it all! Top tier Guns under-performing, PODs delivering the goods, season ending injuries and a rookie busting out a tonne. There […]

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NRL Supercoach 2017: Team List Tuesday Analysis

NRL Supercoach 2017: Team List Tuesday Analysis

The last few months have felt like a lifetime but Teams Have Dropped! We’ve all been tampering with our SuperCoach teams since it opened late January and now is the time to get it ready for round one. You’ll notice a significant addition to the team lists each week but don’t let it overwhelm you. […]

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NRL Supercoach 2017: Rabbitohs, Roosters & Tigers

NRL Supercoach 2017: Rabbitohs, Roosters & Tigers

First up.. The Bunnies The Bunnies are one of two teams that will play all three big bye rounds so we’ll need to monitor their players closely prior to round twelve. Luckily they boast a few beneficial SuperCoach options within their seventeen; it’ll prevent us from wasting trades on temporary fill-ins. Greg Inglis is a […]

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NRL Supercoach 2017: Penrith & St George Illawarra

NRL Supercoach 2017: Penrith & St George Illawarra

Penrith Panthers first up.. We’ll need to tread carefully when looking at getting Panthers players into our starting side this season. They have a great opening draw although they’ll miss the first two big bye rounds. On a positive note they’ll play just three of the top eight favourites in the closing eleven rounds which […]

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NRL Supercoach 2017: Warriors, Cowboys & Eels

NRL Supercoach 2017: Warriors, Cowboys & Eels

OK. Team List Tuesday is creeping up on us so let’s cut to the chase. Let’s pick apart some of the relevant NRL SuperCoach 2017 options from the Warriors, Cowboys and Eels. All three teams boast strong options for your SuperCoach starting side while the Cowboys and Warriors have a very favourable draw through the opening […]

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NRL Supercoach 2017: Melbourne Storm

NRL Supercoach 2017: Melbourne Storm

The always impressive Melbourne Storm will no doubt give the 2017 NRL Premiership Title a red hot crack. The two questions on everyone’s lips will be whether Billy Slater will be fully fit to start at fullback and where that leaves Cameron Munster. Kevin Proctor and Blake Green are the two notable departures while Josh […]

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NRL Supercoach 2017: Newcastle Knights

NRL Supercoach 2017: Newcastle Knights

The Newcastle Knights earned the 2016 Wooden Spoon after winning just one game during the regular season. It’s no surprise that the betting market have them as favourites to once again take out the unwanted accolade. The only SuperCoach relevant addition to the Knights’ seventeen is the signing of Jamie Buhrer at lock. Ken Sio […]

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NRL Supercoach 2017: Manly Sea Eagles

NRL Supercoach 2017: Manly Sea Eagles

The Manly Sea Eagles won just eight games in 2016 and ended the season in thirteenth position. Blake Green is the only significant signing that could boost their chances to finish higher on the regular season ladder. From a SuperCoach perspective there are a handful of likely candidates that could benefit our team in some […]

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NRL Supercoach 2017: Gold Coast Titans

NRL Supercoach 2017: Gold Coast Titans

The Gold Coast Titans have made some key changes to the team that finished 8th in the 2016 regular season. Their three main signings for 2017 are Jarrod Wallace, Kevin Proctor and Dan Sarginson who will help fill the gaps left by Josh Hoffman, David Mead, Greg Bird and Luke Douglas. I really like how […]

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