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    NRL Fantasy 2023 Part 73 - 98% Stand and Applaud

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    Post by awanamafia Wed Jul 26, 2023 6:04 am

    I brought McInnes in for bye coverage in round 19. Sold him last week to Murray. Should have held in hindsight
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    Post by GreenSchist Wed Jul 26, 2023 7:41 am

    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


    This is a really valid point that I feel people often forget when assessing trades. Very unlikely that you wont be fielding 17 in the week Murray has a bye.
    Very similar to VORP in fantasy basketball circles.

    VORP = Value Over Replacement Player
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    Post by GreenSchist Wed Jul 26, 2023 7:44 am

    If money wasn't an issue, who do people prefer for the run home?
    Murray or Haas

    Feels like I'm overthinking it and Haas is the obvious and safer pick but a potential return to form for Murray is tempting.
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    Post by Liverpool_Bulldog Wed Jul 26, 2023 7:54 am

    McInnes numbers without Finucane are quite good. But then if you filter by just this year they aren’t that much better. Minutes seem to be the issue
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    Post by precursor Wed Jul 26, 2023 8:02 am

    Any idea if Kowloon returns to the starting edge spot? Good tackler, passed the eye test and I need a cheapie. Shame he got that suspension.
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    Post by Liverpool_Bulldog Wed Jul 26, 2023 8:09 am

    precursor wrote:Any idea if Kowloon returns to the starting edge spot? Good tackler, passed the eye test and I need a cheapie. Shame he got that suspension.
    I suppose we won’t know till next week. Depends how they see his future, would seem quite harsh to do that to a young guy who was putting in on debut.

    I’m an owner so I’m hoping he gets the chance to slot back in next week
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    Post by rhinoceroo Wed Jul 26, 2023 8:33 am

    Liverpool_Bulldog wrote:
    I suppose we won’t know till next week. Depends how they see his future, would seem quite harsh to do that to a young guy who was putting in on debut.

    I’m an owner so I’m hoping he gets the chance to slot back in next week

    I think if they beat the Panthers it'll be hard to change their set-up, maybe Colq comes back on bench.

    But it's also pretty hard to see them beating the Panthers.
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    Post by Chapper Wed Jul 26, 2023 8:49 am

    Is Manu to Garrick an upgrade, or a luxury trade, I would have 2 left after this.
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    Post by Shady2K Wed Jul 26, 2023 8:52 am

    Chapper wrote:Is Manu to Garrick an upgrade, or a luxury trade, I would have 2 left after this.

    I’d say luxury

    Yes Manu CTR average blah blah but has an equally high ceiling
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    Post by Liverpool_Bulldog Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:00 am

    rhinoceroo wrote:

    I think if they beat the Panthers it'll be hard to change their set-up, maybe Colq comes back on bench.

    But it's also pretty hard to see them beating the Panthers.
    Yeah Panthers at home will have far too much for the Sharks I think.

    We will see what next week brings
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    Post by Milchcow Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:00 am

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    Post by my tv broke Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:07 am

    Shady2K wrote:

    I’d say luxury

    Yes Manu CTR average blah blah but has an equally high ceiling

    Roosters *seem* to be finding some semblance of form, Manu might find his groove if they get properly rolling towards the finals
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    Post by Shady2K Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:14 am

    my tv broke wrote:

    Roosters *seem* to be finding some semblance of form, Manu might find his groove if they get properly rolling towards the finals

    May be some clenching from 2% of forum members
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    Post by Bethany_B Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:16 am

    Shady2K wrote:

    I’d say luxury

    Yes Manu CTR average blah blah but has an equally high ceiling

    Not to mention Manu is running at some fairly leaky opposite numbers in his draw

    Herbie
    Brad Parker
    Aitken/VTW (would assume Aitken moves back to the left but neither of them are great defenders anyway)
    Simo
    Whichever poor sod the Tigers put at left centre that week
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    Post by robelgordo Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:18 am

    GreenSchist wrote:

    This is a really valid point that I feel people often forget when assessing trades. Very unlikely that you wont be fielding 17 in the week Murray has a bye.
    Very similar to VORP in fantasy basketball circles.

    VORP = Value Over Replacement Player

    I think another related aspect to VORP is positional considerations when assessing players

    Haas and Fifita both average 65

    But there are a bunch of MIDs that average low 60s

    Outside of Hopgood, the next best EDG is 55ish.

    Makes Fifita a better fantasy asset than Haas IMO.
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    Post by jackorot23 Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:21 am

    Hey all,

    H2H semi-finals this week, team currently is

    Grant
    Haas - Yeo - JDB
    Nikora - Fifita
    Cleary - Hynes
    Manu - Garrick
    Teddy - Bula - Ponga

    Carrigan - Hopgood - Horse - iPap
    SSmith - Kris - CNK - HGraham

    CAP - 264

    currently looking potentially
    HGraham - Cheese
    Bula & CNK - Drinky/Latrell + Nuffie

    any input appreciated
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    Post by robelgordo Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:22 am

    Shady2K wrote:

    May be some clenching from 2% of forum members

    For all the 2% mockery last week both my centres outscored Manu. One of them was Kris.
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    Post by Liverpool_Bulldog Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:24 am

    robelgordo wrote:

    For all the 2% mockery last week both my centres outscored Manu. One of them was Kris.
    Huh Kris didn’t outscore Manu?
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    Post by robelgordo Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:28 am

    Liverpool_Bulldog wrote:
    Huh Kris didn’t outscore Manu?

    My bad was thinking the 50 the week before

    Still not sure why not owning a career 40-45 average CTR scoring 45 has me clenching tho

    Hold or sell, depending on situation
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    Post by robelgordo Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:29 am

    jackorot23 wrote:Hey all,

    H2H semi-finals this week, team currently is

    Grant
    Haas - Yeo - JDB
    Nikora - Fifita
    Cleary - Hynes
    Manu - Garrick
    Teddy - Bula - Ponga

    Carrigan - Hopgood - Horse - iPap
    SSmith - Kris - CNK - HGraham

    CAP - 264

    currently looking potentially
    HGraham - Cheese
    Bula & CNK - Drinky/Latrell + Nuffie

    any input appreciated

    Not a H2H player, but 1 doesn’t improve your scoring at all this week, and I’d think that’s the priority. So I’d go 2 or hold

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