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    NRL Fantasy 2022 Part 2 - pareto weighted moving average

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    Post by mattnz Fri Feb 11, 2022 9:24 am

    my tv broke wrote:

    I actually think Cobbo could be a better player than Coates.

    Niu, who cares. I don't think anyone is really that hyped on him ?
    I rate Cobbo, deceptively quick for a big guy. Could easily be the next Latrell, but less lazy and faster.
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    Post by B/L Fri Feb 11, 2022 9:40 am

    Cobbo is going to be a gun.

    He will be our fullback before the season is out.
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    Post by Moanaman Fri Feb 11, 2022 9:53 am

    Rocco Berry needs adding to Milch's list
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    Post by Goodnight Kiwi Fri Feb 11, 2022 9:55 am

    Moanaman wrote:Rocco Berry needs adding to Milch's list

    And Robert Jennings







    :troll:
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    Post by Milchcow Fri Feb 11, 2022 9:55 am

    Moanaman wrote:Rocco Berry needs adding to Milch's list

    Sure

    He's priced at 28 and averages 30. Knock yourself out
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    Post by Rabbits21 Fri Feb 11, 2022 10:03 am

    Milchcow wrote:

    Sure

    He's priced at 28 and averages 30. Knock yourself out
    Avg is 32 and that’s with a game where he only played 36mins.
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    Post by filthridden Fri Feb 11, 2022 10:03 am

    People need to pump the breaks on Rocco Berry and realise that even though he's going to be a great player, that great player is being the next Dean Whare.
    Great defensively, not particularly exciting on attack, unlikely to score well in fantasy.

    He'll likely be the one pushed to the wing if a winger goes down mid-game so that doesn't help either.
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    Post by junc Fri Feb 11, 2022 10:24 am

    Not a whole lot of value EDG out there. Current draft has Graham and Capewell as mid pricers with some potential for upside, probably both dunces.
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    Post by Fortitude Fri Feb 11, 2022 10:25 am

    my tv broke wrote:

    I actually think Cobbo could be a better player than Coates.

    Niu, who cares. I don't think anyone is really that hyped on him ?


    I dont think setting the bar at “better then Coates” is that high a praise.

    Sorry, hype is over kill on my part, I should have said “confidence in first grade ability”
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    Post by my tv broke Fri Feb 11, 2022 10:39 am

    Fortitude wrote:


    I dont think setting the bar at “better then Coates” is that high a praise.

    Sorry, hype is over kill on my part, I should have said “confidence in first grade ability”

    haha, i agree. I realised after I posted it that it didnt make a lot of sense. Coates has been way over hyped imo. He's a raw athlete, for sure.. lacks a lot of football skills at the moment, a deer in the headlights many times so far in his football career. Obviously interesting to see how that develops at the Storm.

    Cobbo I think is a more natural footballer, silky touches, good vision, and has the body type to go with it.


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    Post by Milchcow Fri Feb 11, 2022 10:39 am

    Rabbits21 wrote:
    Avg is 32 and that’s with a game where he only played 36mins.

    I wasn't including offload points - they were a bit skewed by having 4 in 1 game.

    But even then, I don't think paying 29 to get 32 is an amazing deal.

    Looking closer into it, a lot of these cheap backs don't look all that good. Maybe 5 points of value in most of them. Its quite likely at least 1 of them will get some good scores in the first month or 2 of the season. Could be hard to predict who it is going to be though.
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    Post by mrbrownstone Fri Feb 11, 2022 10:41 am

    Not seeing it for Berry. Priced at 29, avg 31.3 in 80-minute games last year. That includes 1 TB per game, and I don't think he's even guaranteed a spot.
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    Post by Aardvark Fri Feb 11, 2022 10:43 am

    If in doubt pick the dude with DPP....
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    Post by Rabbits21 Fri Feb 11, 2022 10:47 am

    Aardvark wrote:If in doubt pick the dude with DPP....
    Likely Jaxson Paulo too when named at centre for round 1.
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    Post by Honey Badger Fri Feb 11, 2022 11:27 am

    IF Taylan May gets a wing spot over Staines I'll pick him over all the others
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    Post by easytiger Fri Feb 11, 2022 11:30 am

    Milchcow wrote:

    Sure

    He's priced at 28 and averages 30. Knock yourself out

    I'm just glad I hadn't taken a sip of my coffee before reading this

    Just Brilliant!

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    Post by sajjos Fri Feb 11, 2022 11:36 am

    Long time lurker, first time poster*

    Any one organizing any draft league this year?









    *  this year
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    Post by easytiger Fri Feb 11, 2022 11:41 am

    filthridden wrote:People need to pump the breaks on Rocco Berry and realise that even though he's going to be a great player, that great player is being the next Dean Whare.
    Great defensively, not particularly exciting on attack, unlikely to score well in fantasy.

    He'll likely be the one pushed to the wing if a winger goes down mid-game so that doesn't help either.

    I think people also like to give him some extra points potential being the son of an All Black.


    I'd firstly like to say, that as a kid growing up in Wellington in the 90's, I have nothing but Aroha for Marty Berry (Rocco's father).

    However...
    I'd like to present the tale of Marty Berry's unique All Black record:

    Berry's All Black debut (and only test match) was in the third test against the Wallabies in 1986 at Eden Park was one of the most remarkable in All Black history.

    He came on only for the last minute to replace injured first five eighth (and eventual League player) Frano Botica.
    As he arrived on the field, David Campese crossed for the final Wallabies' try. Berry's only involvement was to stand behind the goal-line for the conversion attempt and then to vainly chase the All Black halfway kickoff which was immediately taken into touch for fulltime to be called.


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    Post by easytiger Fri Feb 11, 2022 11:52 am

    Milchcow wrote:
    William Kei $220k (18)
    Tigers need a centre and all the likely candidates are injured. step up William Kei, who has the advantage of being base price. Even if he doesn't get the spot, whoever does play there is likely to be equally cheap, unless they move a forward out there. He plays for Tigers though, and job security likely dependent on how quickly guys like Doieihi/Talau/Kepoa can heal

    Currently the 13th most owned player (at 21.4%) in peoples shadow squads.

    Just looking through the Tigers Gallery from their Central Coast training sessions and all the expected likely starters are in the orange shirt... no sign of Kei, but plenty of Starford Toa and you guessed it James Roberts in the orange.

    Don't be surprised if never-again-Jimmy is the cheap Tigers centre.
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    Post by Honey Badger Fri Feb 11, 2022 11:56 am

    easytiger wrote:

    Currently the 13th most owned player (at 21.4%) in peoples shadow squads.

    Just looking through the Tigers Gallery from their Central Coast training sessions and all the expected likely starters are in the orange shirt... no sign of Kei, but plenty of Starford Toa and you guessed it James Roberts in the orange.

    Don't be surprised if never-again-Jimmy is the cheap Tigers centre.

    Yeah I saw something on Twitter saying Roberts had been training with the "firsts" with the English dude as the other ctr

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