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    NRL Fantasy 2023 Part 73 - 98% Stand and Applaud

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    Post by robelgordo Tue Jul 25, 2023 2:59 pm

    Mulvy wrote:

    Needs more halves.

    Haha is 7 alot?

    I mean start two halves, stack the reserves, only have 1 half cover for the 17…

    Figure I can ride my luck this late with the lack of squad balance
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    Post by Spectre Tue Jul 25, 2023 3:03 pm

    Ehh realise now I could also have McInnes AND Murray (instead of Garrick) which looks better on paper but leaves me without any ctr/wfb cover, which would be a problem for me when Drinky has the bye
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    Post by mickspicks Tue Jul 25, 2023 3:05 pm

    robelgordo wrote:

    Haha is 7 alot?

    I mean start two halves, stack the reserves, only have 1 half cover for the 17…

    Figure I can ride my luck this late with the lack of squad balance

    My brother. You cannot seriously be asking if 7 halves is a lot when you've literally got every top half in fantasy. Actually fuck it, just buy Moses too.
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    Post by WT Winfield Tue Jul 25, 2023 3:09 pm

    robelgordo wrote:

    Haha is 7 alot?

    I mean start two halves, stack the reserves, only have 1 half cover for the 17…

    Figure I can ride my luck this late with the lack of squad balance

    One more and you'll have 4 wholes. Party at Rob the body's house bounce


    I also have 7 counting Ponga and Hands Embarassed
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    Post by Mulvy Tue Jul 25, 2023 3:16 pm

    robelgordo wrote:

    Haha is 7 alot?

    I mean start two halves, stack the reserves, only have 1 half cover for the 17…

    Figure I can ride my luck this late with the lack of squad balance

    gun Should have enough trades to get home.
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    Post by rhinoceroo Tue Jul 25, 2023 3:20 pm

    robelgordo wrote:Ok doing NAS to Murray, will have a look at Matto/Hands but unless they both go 50+ will also go Tohu to DCE

    Assuming I make that 2nd trade, Team is

    Grant
    Hops JdB Horse
    Fifi Papi
    Cleary Hynes
    Penis Lemu
    Drink Teddy Ponga

    Munster Murray DCE (SJ)
    Matto Hands Kris Kiraz

    Still 4 Eels but 4 trades left, and only other bye players are Kiraz (not in 17), Drink (hold) and Murray (hold) so not too fussed. Should I be fussed?

    I'd probably switch Kris and Hands as more likely to go 50+ in that double loop this week. (Although it's still pretty unlikely tbf)
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    Post by precursor Tue Jul 25, 2023 3:45 pm

    McInnes seems like the sort of trade in that makes sense on the surface. But there's a good chance he still only plays 50 mins and scores you 40s.
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    Post by GarethEllisismyDad Tue Jul 25, 2023 3:48 pm

    precursor wrote:McInnes seems like the sort of trade in that makes sense on the surface. But there's a good chance he still only plays 50 mins and scores you 40s.

    Agree if it’s a choice between Murray and mcinnes there is no choice
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    Post by SandroTilocca Tue Jul 25, 2023 4:15 pm

    Does Murray's bye not impact things? When looking at trade ins from this point forward I try and look it from a total points perspective. McInnes could outscore Murray with the extra game
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    Post by robelgordo Tue Jul 25, 2023 4:19 pm

    SandroTilocca wrote:Does Murray's bye not impact things? When looking at trade ins from this point forward I try and look it from a total points perspective. McInnes could outscore Murray with the extra game

    If you’re doing this have to look at your Murray replacement in R26

    So it’s not say

    McInnes is 55*6 = 330
    Murray is 60*5 = 300

    It’s that plus add whatever you think your 18th man is worth. Anything over 30 in the above example, you take Murray.

    Note you should chuck in your own numbers I just made up some round ones for quick maffs

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    Post by robelgordo Tue Jul 25, 2023 4:21 pm

    rhinoceroo wrote:

    I'd probably switch Kris and Hands as more likely to go 50+ in that double loop this week. (Although it's still pretty unlikely tbf)

    Yeah I think you’re right, with Lussick sniffing about it might make more sense to elevate Kris, or Kiraz even, over Hands
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    Post by SandroTilocca Tue Jul 25, 2023 4:21 pm

    robelgordo wrote:

    If you’re doing this have to look at your Murray replacement in R26

    So it’s not say

    McInnes is 55*6 = 330
    Murray is 60*5 = 300

    It’s that plus add whatever you think your 18th man is worth. Anything over 30 in the above example, you take Murray.

    Note you should chuck in your own numbers I just made up some round ones for quick maffs


    That's a good point I didn't think of that, thank you
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    Post by SandroTilocca Tue Jul 25, 2023 4:25 pm

    This is my current team, would love some advice on trades. Have a lot of avenues I can go down but would like some other opinions. 9 trades left, $115k ITB

    Grant
    De Belin Haas Tohu
    Preston Papali'i
    Cleary Hynes
    Penisini Lemuelu
    Drinkwater Marzhew Manu

    Ponga SJ Cook Matterson

    Bula H.Graham S.Russell Colquhoun

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    Post by rhinoceroo Tue Jul 25, 2023 4:57 pm

    robelgordo wrote:

    Yeah I think you’re right, with Lussick sniffing about it might make more sense to elevate Kris, or Kiraz even, over Hands

    Yes, I'd definitely do Kiraz if that's possible, but not sure that works with your trades with Bulldogs playing later.
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    Post by rhinoceroo Tue Jul 25, 2023 5:02 pm

    SandroTilocca wrote:This is my current team, would love some advice on trades. Have a lot of avenues I can go down but would like some other opinions. 9 trades left, $115k ITB

    Grant
    De Belin Haas  Tohu
    Preston Papali'i
    Cleary Hynes
    Penisini Lemuelu
    Drinkwater Marzhew Manu

    Ponga SJ Cook Matterson

    Bula H.Graham S.Russell Colquhoun


    With that amount of trades, I think you can burn a few with marginal upgrades of green dots. Manu to Ted, Matto to Murray (not that marginal, both should score comfortably more) for a start. Bula to Garrick if you can afford that.
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    Post by ForanAgainst Tue Jul 25, 2023 5:07 pm

    SandroTilocca wrote:This is my current team, would love some advice on trades. Have a lot of avenues I can go down but would like some other opinions. 9 trades left, $115k ITB

    Grant
    De Belin Haas  Tohu
    Preston Papali'i
    Cleary Hynes
    Penisini Lemuelu
    Drinkwater Marzhew Manu

    Ponga SJ Cook Matterson

    Bula H.Graham S.Russell Colquhoun


    The question I would ask myself is am I happy with who I’ve got in positions 17,18, & 19 on any given week and go from there. You’re well setup to chop and change your team for the rest of the year.

    You’re definitely looking at playing Bula at 17 next week. Colquhoun is decent enough at 18, should he get his spot back next week.

    It looks like you need to keep Matto to deal with Haas’ last bye, so can’t really move him on yet.

    Graham and Russell appear to be the two weak links, and honestly, I don’t know what you do with them.
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    Post by SandroTilocca Tue Jul 25, 2023 5:07 pm

    rhinoceroo wrote:

    With that amount of trades, I think you can burn a few with marginal upgrades of green dots. Manu to Ted, Matto to Murray (not that marginal, both should score comfortably more) for a start. Bula to Garrick if you can afford that.

    Do you think theres an argument to hold Matto? RCG and Lane out, and 3 forward bench now with Lussick signing could mean he goes back to his usual scoring?
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    Post by ForanAgainst Tue Jul 25, 2023 5:20 pm

    rhinoceroo wrote:

    With that amount of trades, I think you can burn a few with marginal upgrades of green dots. Manu to Ted, Matto to Murray (not that marginal, both should score comfortably more) for a start. Bula to Garrick if you can afford that.

    If my calculations are correct, he can do Manu to Ted and Bula to Garrick and have $0 leftover. But, if he wanted to add $6K to that, along with marginal upgrade, he could do Tohu to Murray.
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    Post by robelgordo Tue Jul 25, 2023 5:35 pm

    rhinoceroo wrote:

    Yes, I'd definitely do Kiraz if that's possible, but not sure that works with your trades with Bulldogs playing later.

    Yeah on closer review Kiraz doesn’t work

    Thinking now I just play Matto, put the two Warriors at 17/18, so I can look at Hands then Kris and most likely trade DCE in to play over both.
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    Post by Welsh Mafia Tue Jul 25, 2023 10:38 pm

    SandroTilocca wrote:

    Do you think theres an argument to hold Matto? RCG and Lane out, and 3 forward bench now with Lussick signing could mean he goes back to his usual scoring?

    I’ve currently got matto as my 18th man in a full strength squad and I think he’s as solid as they come

    Lane out and RCG. When matto is there hopgood a minutes to down. I reckon matto will benefit from an uptick in minutes now lanes out as well and we see more if his earlier season scoring return

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