Gday folks. Hope you’re having a sensational week.
Personally I am absolutely pumped silly for a ball tearing run toward the Supercoach finals this season. There are some really nice options out there who have said “bugger off” to their byes and I have put together another Supercoach Cattle Market list for you to fang into.
This picture is of a Cloak. Bloody clever eh? Its coz Cloke is really good value this week. Hence the Cloak.
ALREADY AVAILABLE FOR RESEARCH THIS WEEK: The Round 13 Podcast, and Jock’s Round 13 YouTube Video
I’ll assume you all have Deledio and Goddard. If not snag those blokes. If you already have them have a look at…..
Heath Shaw – Collingwood
$578,500 – Avg 109 – breakeven 116
Has averaged 127 as the best performed defender over his last 3. After his betting debacle last season playing as if he owes a bit to the Collingwood Football Club. Look to get him in if you don’t have him, is the 3rd best defence prospect at the moment behind Goddard and Deledio.
Michael Johnson (FWD) – Fremantle
$495,000 – Avg 99 – breakeven 99
Have ignored this bloke all season refusing to yield to popular opinion that he is fantasy footy option this season. Have to give in. Higgo has been waving the bloody stats in my face all week. Righto. I’ll admit – he looks the goods. Has whacked out 2 Supercoach 120’s over the last 3 weeks against West Coast and Richmond (no slouches) and is playing some bloodt beautiful footy down back for Ross. A real option for those strengthening their backline.
Greg Broughton – Fremantle
$466,000 – Avg 92 – breakeven 83
Has saluted the scorers with 4 100+ Supercoach scores in his last 5. Feel he will bring home the backline bacon for the rest of the season as a nice consistent performer
Sam Shaw – Adelaide
$179,000 – Avg 73 – breakeven -38
This kid looks the bees knees to me my magnificent community. Held in high regard by my old mate Brenton Sanderson. As Higgo told us in the podcast he seemed to command a playmaking position across half back for the Crow Eaters on the weekend which is a bloody fantastic sign. Not to late to snag him is my call. Good prospects of a job for the rest of the season.
I’ll assume you all have Gary Ablett.. and the Great Dane.. reckon you’ll want to get these blokes into your team if you don’t already have them. Otherwise here is some nice value leading into round 13:
Jobe Voice of Tim Watson – Essendon
$610,200 – Avg 125 – breakeven 85
The pick of the Ultra Premiums this week. 149 & 140 in his last couple. Has developed into a GAJ like entity that seems to be unaffected by taggers, team success or otherwise. Having another look he’s scored 134+ in 4 of his past 6. I could go all night. Sometimes do if you ask a few ladies from around the Peninsula and/or the greater Frankston area 😉
Scott Thompson – Crow Eaters
$554,200 – Avg 66 – breakeven 155
Must be said that he represents value at this price. Just bear in mind he’ll likely drop more in price while his 58 from a few weeks back is still in his price fluctual factorisations.
Dale Thomas – Collingwood
$539,500 – Avg 126 – breakeven 85
The champion of the oppressed has arrived to correct the injustices bestowed unto your Supercoach team this bye period. Has looked really determined and hungry in his last few and freshness will not be an issue. Will be an unlikely candidate for a rest in the run home. Value here and will rise to over 600k I reckon.
Matthew Hair Hat Priddis – West Coast
$507,900 – Avg 103 – breakeven 47
Just some of the finest Supercoach value you’re likely to stumble across in the midfield for quite a while folks. Snatch him up quick smart. Has smashed our 130+ for two weeks in a row and expect more of the same. A consistent warrior. Imagine sitting next to him when the earthquake rumbled by last night. That hair would have looked resplendent bouncing around on his scone
Jude The Obscure Bolton – Sydney
$491,600 – Avg 97 – breakeven 97
Love an old bugger who looks to work into form in the back end of the season. Could be the story for my old mate Jude Bolton. Scores of 161 & 121 in his last 2 and looking magnificent. One for the dice rollers among us.
David Mundy – Fremantle
$394,800 – Avg 79 – breakeven 91
Now call me an old fool, tell me I’ve been suckin too many tinnies, laugh yourself hoarse. Let’s just say when Jock gets that familiar feeling in his waters serious Fantasy Footy coaches put down their drink and take notes. He is now $185,000 cheaper than he was coming into the season and I have a feeling he will work into his score mongering best form in this next phase of the season. Now this is not a real good percentage selection folks so if you’re right in the mix up near the top of your ladder forget him. But… you know… if you need a bounce to fall your way he could be worth a flutter.
Nic Nat – West Coast
$547,100 – Avg 115 – breakeven 42
All hail the future best bloody player this game has seen, and the 2013 ruck lock that we will all have in our teams. Has averaged 129 in his last 3 and could with our West Australian friends a flag this year. I love ya Nicholas.
Todd GoldMember – North
$530,100 – Avg 92 – breakeven 98
A very serviceable ruckman and has really blossomed in confidence after I took him off to Puckapunyal for some mentoring during his bye. Understands that he is the top dog now. Not this man they call Hamish. Has smacked out a 127 average in his last 3… a close call between him and Nic Nat and I’m leaning towards the big Goldmember as my preferred selection here.
Paul Chapman – Geelong
$566,700 – Avg 107 – breakeven 100
Has been the Chappy of old over the last 3 averaging 125. I keep banging on about this but I just feel his old soft tissue prone injury body is a risk moving towards finals time. A prime candidate for some pre finals resting.. or for that niggle that allows him to stay on the park but only get a few kicks. Higgo is tellin me to say PICK HIM. I’m saying nup. Leave him alone.
Ryan O’Keefee – South Melbourne
$499,800 – Avg 89 – breakeven 99
Just easing into some beautiful midseason form. One would think that with Adam the Goodes due back this week this would actually help the output of this under hyped veteran. A proven Fantasy Football special over many years, still a bargain and $57,000 cheaper than his starting price this season
Matthew Pavlich – Fremantle
$482,600 – Avg 99 – breakeven 100
Neh. Don’t mind him as a selection at all. Price is at the bottom end of its bell curve. Consider
Boomer Harvey – North
$423,100 – Avg 89 – breakeven 58
Would prefer that you would have snagged him last week but I still feel he has plenty left in the Supercoach and Dreamteam tank this season. Predicting that he’ll come home averaging around 105
Travis Cloke – The Carringbush
$396,600 – Avg 88 – breakeven 9
BUY BUY BUY BUY BUY. Righto? Lock him in