AFL Dreamteam Round 13 – TRADE TALK

trade talk

Hey DT Coaches,

Wow, what a bye round. Last week really showed the value of having Swan and Ablett in your team. Scores of 2100 were recorded thanks to so big performances by the usual suspects. This is crunch week this week. With The Suns, Bombers and Magpies all on a bye this week, there goes the most of the gun Mids and Def. It’s easy to panic this week but if you have planned ahead you should scrap through with a 1700.

Let’s check out this week’s Good Break Evens!

Good Break Evens for Round 11

Name Team Position

 

Value

Break    Even

Projected RD 3 Price Change

Projected RD 3 Score

Tom Mitchell Swans MID $108,500

-171

+$121,200

121

Sam Grimley Hawks RUC $108,500

-74

+$61,000

73

Mark Hutchings Eagles MID $185,600

-58

+$60,700

88

Nathan Hrovat Bulldogs MID $107,200

-64

+$55,100

68

Michael Talia Bulldogs DEF $218,400

-27

+$40,000

69

Sam Colquhoun Power MID/DEF $102,700

-37

+$37,600

53

George Burbury Cats FWD $108,500

-37

+$37,600

54

Brandon Ellis Tigers DEF $442,200

24

+$37,000

113

Jed Anderson Hawks MID $144,800

-26

+$31,500

50

Cameron O’Shea Power DEF $333,200

6

+$30,300

79

Mark Blicavs Cats MID/RUC $272,300

1

+$29,500

72

Jack Fitzpatrick Demons RUC $146,800

-24

+$28,900

45

Jesse White Swans FWD $214,300

-7

+$26,600

57

Jack Viney Demons MID $208,800

-4

+$24,800

56

Ryan Griffen Bulldogs MID $509,200

54

+$24,000

112

Dean Kent Demons MID $154,700

-12

+$22,900

43

Baker’s Best Buys

  1. Tom Mitchell – Number 1 choice for a downgrade. You must get this man in your team. He is a super gun rookie like Zorko was last year.
  2. Sam Grimley – If Max Bailey is in and out of the Hawks then he could get some games. Job security is a bit up in the air.
  3. Mark Hutchings – Was playing really well for the eagles then was dropped to fit other returning players in. If he plays could be a good option.
  4. Nathan Hrovat – As he was not selected last week his job security could be risky but was looking good up until then.
  5. Ryan Griffen – He is back. Griffen and Boyd are the two shining lights in a failing Bulldogs outfit. Griffen is a tackling machine and could finish the year on a high.

Baker’s Watch List

These players are guns that have had a bad week and are set to drop in value. Wait until next week and pick them up cheaper.

  1. Steve Johnson
  2. Adam Goodes
  3. Pearce Hanley
  4. Tom Rockliff

Good Luck DT Coaches!

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