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    NRL Fantasy 2023 Part 32 - All trade in's must have a full set of teeth

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    Post by Revraiser Thu Apr 13, 2023 8:44 am

    Drifterspence wrote:Seeing a lot of love for Couchman and none for Sele, does Couchman really have more upside? Sure Couchy has DPP but everyone has edges... Sele should get great minutes over Origin and is currently cheaper, am I missing something?

    No one in there right mind talks to trees.
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    Post by Loomer Thu Apr 13, 2023 8:44 am

    Drifterspence wrote:Seeing a lot of love for Couchman and none for Sele, does Couchman really have more upside? Sure Couchy has DPP but everyone has edges... Sele should get great minutes over Origin and is currently cheaper, am I missing something?


    I'm interested. What's the Sele situation? Only 31 mins last week. I might keep Doorey as loop this week and get neither
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    Post by mrbrownstone Thu Apr 13, 2023 8:47 am

    Tossing up between Walsh + Cheese or McInnes + CNK as trade ins for Hopgood & Warbrick.

    Anyone care to convince me in either direction? Think I'm leaning towards the first option at this point.
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    Post by my tv broke Thu Apr 13, 2023 8:47 am

    Drifterspence wrote:Seeing a lot of love for Couchman and none for Sele, does Couchman really have more upside? Sure Couchy has DPP but everyone has edges... Sele should get great minutes over Origin and is currently cheaper, am I missing something?

    Im keen on couchman but theres a chance last weeks mins were not the norm.

    The other issue is griffin dead man walking
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    Post by Drifterspence Thu Apr 13, 2023 8:49 am

    Loomer wrote:


    I'm interested. What's the Sele situation? Only 31 mins last week. I might keep Doorey as loop this week and get neither

    Should continue to score 30-40 in 30-40 mins, push close to 435k before origin and kick on with extra minutes and work load over that time with Soufs potentially missing 3 forwards to origin.
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    Post by danseels1985 Thu Apr 13, 2023 8:53 am

    Should I prioritise bringing in another top half if I’m currently running with Cleary and Boyd? So far I’ve gone Warbrick and BMM to Luke and Couchman and I can afford anyone up to Yeo so just curious as to which direction people would go? Also have Katoa and Niko as halves cover
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    Post by Aardvark Thu Apr 13, 2023 8:54 am

    Drifterspence wrote:

    Should continue to score 30-40 in 30-40 mins, push close to 435k before origin and kick on with extra minutes and work load over that time with Soufs potentially missing 3 forwards to origin.

    Have been tossing up between the two.

    I think heads have been turned by the -1 BE and the bumped minutes last week for Couchman.

    The general feeling is that Sele isn't going anywhere in a hurry and Couchman is.....I'm contemplating Couchman first and maybe Sele in a week

    It's a definite risk though
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    Post by Finger Puppet Mafia Thu Apr 13, 2023 8:55 am

    Drifterspence wrote:Seeing a lot of love for Couchman and none for Sele, does Couchman really have more upside? Sure Couchy has DPP but everyone has edges... Sele should get great minutes over Origin and is currently cheaper, am I missing something?

    Good point. I think it is the negative break even that is attracting everyone.
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    Post by Revraiser Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:01 am

    Sele got injury history or has that mainly been just team selection ? I could be remembering him incorrectly
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    Post by Rabbits21 Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:02 am

    If I get Matto I’ll hold through origin most likely he will avg 54-55 I think and it leaves me 144k spare. It’s still 6 weeks til origin though so I could get Murray he will avg about 63 which leaves 68k spare but I probs have to trade him out over origin to a Tapine or Tohu.

    What do you guys reckon worth it to get Murray for next 6 weeks?
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    Post by Liverpool_Bulldog Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:06 am

    Loomer wrote:


    I'm interested. What's the Sele situation? Only 31 mins last week. I might keep Doorey as loop this week and get neither
    Blowout and looks like they only made 6 interchanges. Gave whoever was on the bench the rest of the night off? That’s how I’m taking it.
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    Post by mattnz Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:08 am

    Rabbits21 wrote:If I get Matto I’ll hold through origin most likely he will avg 54-55 I think and it leaves me 144k spare. It’s still 6 weeks til origin though so I could get Murray he will avg about 63 which leaves 68k spare but I probs have to trade him out over origin to a Tapine or Tohu.

    What do you guys reckon worth it to get Murray for next 6 weeks?

    If you think Matto only scores 54-55, he is over-priced, with a magic number of 13,500 he is currently priced at 58 points.
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    Post by whall15 Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:08 am

    I guess the question is the toss up between McInnes and TPJ

    McInnes: 55 average at lock last year, may only get a few weeks, awkward BE means he probably won't make any money

    TPJ: 54 average at prop, needs to prove himself, but coming off an injury, bad season last year and a walking suspension
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    Post by Khany Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:09 am

    [quote="Revraiser"]Sele got injury history or has that mainly been just team selection ? I could be remembering him incorrectly[/quote

    Correct mate, both he and Host are injury prone.]
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    Post by ShadowSabre Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:12 am

    Looking forward to tonight's match, should be an entertaining match with a bit of ball thrown around.

    Adding in the spice of Bennett up against an old team of his (yea yea there's about 12 of them but still) and I'm fizzed!!
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    Post by Finch Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:12 am

    Can't help but think what could've been if I traded out Hopgood last week instead of Carty

    Woops!

    Extra trade and $200K more cash
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    Post by Finch Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:12 am

    ShadowSabre wrote:Looking forward to tonight's match, should be an entertaining match with a bit of ball thrown around.

    Adding in the spice of Bennett up against an old team of his (yea yea there's about 12 of them but still) and I'm fizzed!!

    Agree, I think Souths by 10
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    Post by Camo123 Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:13 am

    Dttragic2016 wrote:Went Carrigan and Hopgood for Hynes and Crossland. Wanted to add Keppie to Ford to this but thought saving a trade would be more valuable here. Would rather try to get another gun in next week (maybe Teddy or another WFB gun) by fucking off Warbrick + Keppie. Ideally a Soni Luke and Tedesco trade in for Keppie and Warbrick would be great if I could afford it.
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    Post by SoylentGreen Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:13 am

    Aardvark wrote:

    Have been tossing up between the two.

    I think heads have been turned by the -1 BE and the bumped minutes last week for Couchman.

    The general feeling is that Sele isn't going anywhere in a hurry and Couchman is.....I'm contemplating Couchman first and maybe Sele in a week

    It's a definite risk though

    Yep - in the scenario that over the next 2 rounds Sele goes good (say 40 ave) and Couchman reverts to his 26 ave of his first 3 rounds - you can pretty well swap them at the cost of a trade (yeah, yeah, trades are valuable yada yada)

    In the reverse scenario (26 being Sele's average off the bench last season), Couchman is 70k more expensive than Sele if you decide you want him.
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    Post by mattnz Thu Apr 13, 2023 9:14 am

    whall15 wrote:I guess the question is the toss up between McInnes and TPJ

    McInnes: 55 average at lock last year, may only get a few weeks, awkward BE means he probably won't make any money

    TPJ: 54 average at prop, needs to prove himself,  but coming off an injury, bad season last year and a walking suspension

    They kept using TPJ in 3 stints last season to keep him on the park. I doubt his fitness is any better this year and the new coach is unlikely to buy into that craziness.

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