Strategy 2022: Round 21 Trades

How many trades do you have left at the start of round 21?

  • 0 (The NTLC is open!)

    Votes: 15 19.5%
  • 1

    Votes: 29 37.7%
  • 2

    Votes: 16 20.8%
  • 3

    Votes: 5 6.5%
  • 4

    Votes: 11 14.3%
  • 5

    Votes: 1 1.3%
  • 6

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 7

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 8

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 9 (saved my 3 boosts!)

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
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#26
What a joke….could have told us last week that it would be longer than one week and I could have brought Dawson straight in and been 126 points ahead…
If someone's day to day and they miss a game, they're probably back the following week.

If someone's week to week (what Voss said about Hewett) and they miss a game, they will almost always miss the following week.
 
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#28
If someone's day to day and they miss a game, they're probably back the following week.

If someone's week to week (what Voss said about Hewett) and they miss a game, they will almost always miss the following week.
But it’s three weeks now…… don’t think the club is sharing the full story just my 2 bobs worth
 
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#29
Trading out hewett, 3 trades left and $63k, whos best out of a brayshaw, libba, gawn or marshall. libba will use up most money and wont allow for any bigger upgrades later
 
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But it’s three weeks now…… don’t think the club is sharing the full story just my 2 bobs worth
It's only 2 games so far though, he hurt his back on Thursday before round 19 & was an out & at that early stage he was day to day. Voss said the next week Hewett was week to week
 

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#31
Do we think Mills will do well on the run home?
Sydney seem to verse good point giving up midfields

Just not sure about him as hes such a versatile player i cant work out where he gets his main chunk of points from to make him 120+?
C Mills:
1st for total marks and 1st for marks avg, sorted by midfielders (as classified by AFL Stats)
5th for total tackles and 9th for tackle avg, sorted by midfielders (as classified by AFL Stats)
Disposal Efficiency: 74.8% (Above average when benchmarked against his position)
Kicking efficiency and kick to handball ratio is classified as above average when benchmarked against position.
Contested possession rate just under 40% (38.7%)
 
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#32
Trading out hewett, 3 trades left and $63k, whos best out of a brayshaw, libba, gawn or marshall. libba will use up most money and wont allow for any bigger upgrades later
With 3 left and only a few weeks to go you want to make sure you get to your grand final, I'd say Brayshaw but if you're looking to save a bit of dough for a big move or two on your GF eve, maybe Marshall this week.
 
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#34
With 3 left and only a few weeks to go you want to make sure you get to your grand final, I'd say Brayshaw but if you're looking to save a bit of dough for a big move or two on your GF eve, maybe Marshall this week.
sorry, that was angus brayshaw, already have andy
 
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#35
It's only 2 games so far though, he hurt his back on Thursday before round 19 & was an out & at that early stage he was day to day. Voss said the next week Hewett was week to week
Correct…the third week is this week isn’t it?
 
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C Mills:
1st for total marks and 1st for marks avg, sorted by midfielders (as classified by AFL Stats)
5th for total tackles and 9th for tackle avg, sorted by midfielders (as classified by AFL Stats)
Disposal Efficiency: 74.8% (Above average when benchmarked against his position)
Kicking efficiency and kick to handball ratio is classified as above average when benchmarked against position.
Contested possession rate just under 40% (38.7%)
Cheers mate, much appreciated 👍
 
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#37
Thinking for my last 2 trades Crisp and Naicos out, both have hit the wall?
Dawson in and Marshall in again!
Really tough having to pull the trigger before the first game but treating it like a lockout!

Assuming Cogs & Dawson return and no late injuries I will use my last trade to upgrade Crisp, as I’ve been wanting to for 3 weeks but saving trades. At this stage tossing up between Redman, Bailey Dale and Angus Brayshaw. Leaning towards Redman given his recent form and POD. Not sure the other 2 can go as “big”
Do you mean Houston or Hewett not Dawson?
Agree with your Redman theory, Dale doesn't go that big, Mr Consistent, Brayshaw has had a solid year but wouldnt think at the pointy end of the season he is your man.
 
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#38
2 trades left, using 1 this week. Very torn.

Atm I have Hewett to Laird. Laird being pod for me in my main cash league. My opponent this week doesnt have him or any potential future opponents. Helps stomach my Curtis to Culley trade last week as that cash as least makes me afford Laird. Trouble is this pushed Petracca for this week anyways as M9 loop option. My mids without Laird is macrae, merrett, miller, steele, cripps, Oliver, petracca, neale.

The other option is to trade Hewett to Stewart or Dawson. Have a few fake premiums in crisp, short, lloyd, daicos.
 
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#39
2 trades left, using 1 this week. Very torn.

Atm I have Hewett to Laird. Laird being pod for me in my main cash league. My opponent this week doesnt have him or any potential future opponents. Helps stomach my Curtis to Culley trade last week as that cash as least makes me afford Laird. Trouble is this pushed Petracca for this week anyways as M9 loop option. My mids without Laird is macrae, merrett, miller, steele, cripps, Oliver, petracca, neale.

The other option is to trade Hewett to Stewart or Dawson. Have a few fake premiums in crisp, short, lloyd, daicos.
Sounds like ur backline needs the most attention BUT a Laird POD could be huge

Depends if those defenders u named are pods or negative pods
 
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#40
Have a contingency with a couple of trades left in case the rumours of Bont being sore become as a late out

Can't believe Nic Martin is still scoring 90s. Traded him and Nick Daicos way too early. Can't remember the last time 1 let alone 2 rookies didn't inevitably run out of steam around 3/4 of the way through the season.

Just short of Crisp to Deeshaw and his apparent rise in CBA's. Could do Short.
 
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