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    NRL Fantasy 2023 Part 6 - We're getting the Carty Party back together

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    Post by Finch Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:07 am

    Regarding Wayde Egan, Walker is on the bench and Lussick is still in the 21

    I really really rate Egan, I think he's quite underrated, but would be too much of a gamble for me

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    Post by Snatchpato Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:07 am

    Milchcow wrote:
    Walsh getting a lot of love, but what are people expecting?

    He loses goalkicking, and also had a bunch of general play kicks that will surely happen less whilst Reynolds is in the team.

    His 2021 average of 48 included 3 points of goal kicking, 6 points of general play kicking, and 3 tackle busts per game which are no worth 1 less point.
    1 offload a game which could be a couple extra points

    So are people just expecting more attacking points now that he's at a better club? Or will he retain enough of those stats to still present a bunch of value?

    Pretty sure it's literally only MTB considering Walsh.

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    Post by GarethEllisismyDad Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:09 am

    Can’t decide between garner and katoa
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    Post by Johnny Cash Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:10 am

    ytsb wrote:Anyone not running Cleary?

    I have been toying with the idea, potentially Munster.
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    Post by Finch Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:11 am

    Does a potential 80 minute Tohu playing lock excite anyone?
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    Post by RandomSil Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:12 am

    Shady2K wrote:
    Snatchpato wrote:Re: Brandon Smith and whether he's actually worth it -

    1. Robbo stated that the goal is for Smith to play close to 80 if possible, but Turpin (Hutcho) is there to cover if needed.
    2. Smith's 60+ minute starting HOK games he averages 56.
    3. Smith is priced at 40.

    He's as easy a lock in your team as Hopgood. Don't see a point in trying to anti-pod him. If he does good, and you don't have him, you're immediately behind. If he does bad, everyone has him and you can curse him together

    Anti-Pod is overrated. Rather have a guy do bad once and have to trade him out then be behind.

    Lock him in.
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    Post by Snatchpato Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:13 am

    Considering passing on Garner to start and seeing how he goes in the first two rounds (Panthers bye round 3). If he's doing well and is hitting around that 40 mark easily, I'll likely jump on the train in round 4. If he's not doing great and/or getting 40 but through lots of attacking stacks (that are unsustainable) then maybe I'll give him a miss. Would let me start a guy like Doorey for much less, and instead upgrade elsewhere to an out-and-out gun.
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    Post by ytsb Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:13 am

    Snatchpato wrote:Considering passing on Garner to start and seeing how he goes in the first two rounds (Panthers bye round 3). If he's doing well and is hitting around that 40 mark easily, I'll likely jump on the train in round 4. If he's not doing great and/or getting 40 but through lots of attacking stacks (that are unsustainable) then maybe I'll give him a miss. Would let me start a guy like Doorey for much less, and instead upgrade elsewhere to an out-and-out gun.

    I love this idea
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    Post by The Dolphin Conspiracies Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:15 am

    GarethEllisismyDad wrote:Can’t decide between garner and katoa

    Katoa for sure...

    I have settled on Kris as a short term 6 to 8 week solid scoring DPP CTR/WFB

    Just makes the balance of team so much better. He averaged close to 40 in 80 minute games last year. It is a gut feel but I reckon he can do better at FB - especially with Levi distributing the ball Razz

    I just now have the recognition with D-Day approaching that DPP in WFB/CTR is gonna be so important for bye rounds. It is hard enough to cover all spots as it is and Miller and Mitchell already are in single position spots
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    Post by Bethany_B Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:16 am

    My team post-TLT, somehow managed to keep NAS and Val while still getting Egan Butcher back in, but it is a bit risky to say the least. NAS as mentioned in the past is a short term play with the goal to flip him for Turbo in round 3-5

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    E Katoa, Loiero
    Cleary, Doueihi
    Holmes, Alamoti
    Miller, TMM, Warbrick

    Hopgood, E Butcher, Boyd, T May

    I Katoa, Preston, Talau, AKP
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    Post by AL Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:17 am

    GarethEllisismyDad wrote:No obvious edge cover on cowboys bench, is Hess locked in for 80?

    Where is Jack Gosiewski hiding atm?
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    Post by GarethEllisismyDad Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:19 am

    One player who looked good to me in preseason and now named on bench is Grant Anderson 250k mid,

    Not selecting him, but I’m interested in seeing his minutes off the bench

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    Post by Revraiser Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:19 am

    Some very good or intruiging ideas around today, it's heating up.

    Are the BE's right to go on footystats as they are ?

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    Post by GarethEllisismyDad Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:19 am

    AL wrote:

    Where is Jack Gosiewski hiding atm?

    Not selected in extended either
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    Post by RandomSil Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:21 am

    Johnny Cash wrote:
    ytsb wrote:Anyone not running Cleary?

    I have been toying with the idea, potentially Munster.

    Don't.

    That just sounds like it is a disaster. You will end up like MF praying it pays off.

    Also without Papenhuyzen in 2021 he averaged 54 points, and 2022 59.8 points

    While with Papenhuyzen there he averaged 63.3 points in 2021 and 64.9 points in 2022.

    So I would worry he starts off slower as well without Paps too add attacking value.
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    Post by my tv broke Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:22 am

    Milchcow wrote:
    I can see parallels between Walsh of 2023 and Hynes of 2022.
    Not that Walsh will be top scoring fantasy player this year, more just the vibe around improved scores.

    there are always players that have break out seasons that can't be backed up with stats in pre-season.

    look at IPAP's move to the eels for example.

    there'll be someone we're all missing.
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    Post by my tv broke Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:24 am

    ytsb wrote:Anyone not running Cleary?

    i wasn't going to, but it does feel a bit weird.

    i was thinking in my head Cook + DCE
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    Post by Johnny Cash Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:28 am

    RandomSil wrote:

    Don't.

    That just sounds like it is a disaster. You will end up like MF praying it pays off.



    Also without Papenhuyzen in 2021 he averaged 54 points, and 2022 59.8 points

    While with Papenhuyzen there he averaged 63.3 points in 2021 and 64.9 points in 2022.

    So I would worry he starts off slower as well without Paps too add attacking value.

    And this is why I should never be left on my own for too long, thanks for the breakdown.
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    Post by my tv broke Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:29 am

    AL wrote:

    Where is Jack Gosiewski hiding atm?

    i dont know, but the nrl teamlist summary says "Cowboys: Recruits James Tamou and Jack Gosiewski are the new faces on the bench for the Cowboys. " Laugh
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    Post by Guest Tue Feb 28, 2023 8:30 am

    RandomSil wrote:

    Don't.

    That just sounds like it is a disaster. You will end up like MF praying it pays off.

    Also without Papenhuyzen in 2021 he averaged 54 points, and 2022 59.8 points

    While with Papenhuyzen there he averaged 63.3 points in 2021 and 64.9 points in 2022.

    So I would worry he starts off slower as well without Paps too add attacking value.

    Feck off

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