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    NRL Fantasy 2023 Part 74 - Deep in the Load More section

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    Post by Shady2K Wed Jul 26, 2023 2:52 pm

    robelgordo wrote:

    Yes I think

    IMO he’s like Matto mins and scoring potential but with points coming in different (less sexy) ways, similar price but benefit of playing R27.

    I think 30k-ish more for Murray or punt on a back with more upside are likely better plays

    You’re talking me into Garrick over McInnes

    Gives me yet another gun wfb/CTR though and already have Manu and holding Tago
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    Post by easytiger Wed Jul 26, 2023 2:56 pm

    Garrick is safety
    Tedesco is boom (with a chance of bust)

    Choose your poison based on your appetite imho
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    Post by wolfking Wed Jul 26, 2023 2:56 pm

    robelgordo wrote:

    Yes I think

    IMO he’s like Matto mins and scoring potential but with points coming in different (less sexy) ways, similar price but benefit of playing R27.

    I think 30k-ish more for Murray or punt on a back with more upside are likely better plays

    I think for most, (ie. everyone except Booze) this is a really good point. I've never actually thought about it like this. Unless you've smashed your goal and just want a safe player to make sure you don't fall behind your goal for the year, this makes so much sense.
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    Post by danseels1985 Wed Jul 26, 2023 3:04 pm

    Not sure who I’ll bring in for NAS as yet as I don’t have any bank so this is close to my final team

    3 trades 26k

    Grant
    JDB Horse Haas
    Fifita IPap
    Hynes Cleary
    Lemuelu Manu
    Garrick Ponga Kris

    Hopgood
    DCE
    SJ
    NAS
    Bula
    Matto
    Hands
    Colquhoun
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    Post by Shady2K Wed Jul 26, 2023 3:06 pm

    wolfking wrote:

    I think for most, (ie. everyone except Booze) this is a really good point.  I've never actually thought about it like this.  Unless you've smashed your goal and just want a safe player to make sure you don't fall behind your goal for the year, this makes so much sense.

    I’m having my best year to date despite some errors, but hedging on Garrick and Manly’s draw might be a risk worth taking to crack top 100 in an ideal world
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    Post by wolfking Wed Jul 26, 2023 3:13 pm

    Shady2K wrote:

    I’m having my best year to date despite some errors, but hedging on Garrick and Manly’s draw might be a risk worth taking to crack top 100 in an ideal world

    Who is the alternate option?
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    Post by Shady2K Wed Jul 26, 2023 3:15 pm

    wolfking wrote:

    Who is the alternate option?

    McInnes probably. But anyone up to 678k (already got Murray from other trade)
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    Post by wolfking Wed Jul 26, 2023 3:19 pm

    Shady2K wrote:

    McInnes probably. But anyone up to 678k (already got Murray from other trade)

    Ah yeah, sorry duh, you said that.

    I find it kinda tempting to grab both Garrick and DCE over Murray but leaves no forwards on the bench lol.
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    Post by filthridden Wed Jul 26, 2023 3:22 pm

    ynot wrote:

    Should be, it auto updates. The second chart should do what you are after or am I misunderstanding? Happy to share the data.

    omg I had never scrolled down to see the second chart Laughing

    That second chart is exactly what I was looking for. *chefs kiss*
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    Post by Shady2K Wed Jul 26, 2023 3:23 pm

    wolfking wrote:

    Ah yeah, sorry duh, you said that.

    I find it kinda tempting to grab both Garrick and DCE over Murray but leaves no forwards on the bench lol.

    Yeah I have DCE already, would truly be on the Manly train
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    Post by mickspicks Wed Jul 26, 2023 3:33 pm

    Can't keep waiting on Tago. Maybe he's good to go next week... who knows. Anyway. Bula > To'o and Tago > McInnes. Leaves me playing Moses, who leaks cash, but could/should bounce back to 50+. If not its still high 700k to play with for a trade.
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    Post by Spectre Wed Jul 26, 2023 3:34 pm

    Olakauatu looks like a decent option too at the same price point as McInnes. Food for thought
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    Post by filthridden Wed Jul 26, 2023 4:01 pm

    OK leaning towards NAS ---> Gagai

    Gives me coverage at CTR and WFB (via Manu) going forward

    Favourable draw on the home stretch so fingers crossed might see some of those bigger scores again.
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    Post by the_great_wobbler Wed Jul 26, 2023 4:03 pm

    mickspicks wrote:Can't keep waiting on Tago. Maybe he's good to go next week... who knows. Anyway. Bula > To'o and Tago > McInnes. Leaves me playing Moses, who leaks cash, but could/should bounce back to 50+. If not its still high 700k to play with for a trade.

    I'm thinking the same. Tohu+Tago -> McInnes+Haas. Leaves Avo or VtW in centres but probably fine with playing Avo there Vs the dolphins.
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    Post by Spectre Wed Jul 26, 2023 4:04 pm

    filthridden wrote:OK leaning towards NAS ---> Gagai

    Gives me coverage at CTR and WFB (via Manu) going forward

    Favourable draw on the home stretch so fingers crossed might see some of those bigger scores again.
    Im a huge fan in Gagai in fantasy this year. Been low key killing it with only 2 try’s to his name.
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    Post by Shady2K Wed Jul 26, 2023 4:09 pm

    mickspicks wrote:Can't keep waiting on Tago. Maybe he's good to go next week... who knows. Anyway. Bula > To'o and Tago > McInnes. Leaves me playing Moses, who leaks cash, but could/should bounce back to 50+. If not its still high 700k to play with for a trade.

    Surely Tago is back next week
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    Post by Finch Wed Jul 26, 2023 4:31 pm

    Welsh Mafia wrote:I'm looking to trade out Moses this week for either DCE or the Chin.

    Is it crazy to think of getting DCE first and letting Cleary drop another 30k or so?

    DCE has a pretty cruisy run home and is also a great captaincy shout this week vs the Dragons who concede far too many points.

    (Not having a go at you)

    But stuff like this gets said 100 times per week and half the time it doesn't come true

    Everyone said Cleary was going to get 100 last week because the Bulldogs are bad

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    Post by easytiger Wed Jul 26, 2023 4:32 pm

    Spectre wrote:
    Im a huge fan in Gagai in fantasy this year. Been low key killing it with only 2 try’s to his name.

    I like it as a flutter too
    Knights are going good

    Some Favourable match ups against bottom 9 teams;
    Dolphins, Bulldogs, (whispers quietly) Dragons, and Rabbitohs

    Could be a good one if he plays each week
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    Post by Welshy Wed Jul 26, 2023 4:33 pm

    my tv broke wrote:Mcinnes still only played around 50 mins when finucane was out earlier in the year didnt he ?

    57 avg this season playing 50-60 minutes. Hasn't played over 60 once so it's a decent punt I think, I'm going Murray though, feels safer and Rabbits need him more
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    Post by my tv broke Wed Jul 26, 2023 4:35 pm

    Welshy wrote:

    57 avg this season playing 50-60 minutes. Hasn't played over 60 once so it's a decent punt I think, I'm going Murray though, feels safer and Rabbits need him more

    I like the mcinnes pick just not sure its as clear cut as it seems. BHU back this/next week as well?

    Murray just seems a no brainer eh, should pump out some big games in the coming weeks with souths trying to make a run

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