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    NRL Fantasy 2024 Part 35 - TerMAYnation time

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    Post by robelgordo Wed May 01, 2024 8:27 am

    May to Plath is locked

    Kris (or Salmon if benched in 24hr cut) to Armstrong (or Atkinson if get some clarity on Trindall)

    3rd trade saved at this stage

    Sorted, see y’all next week…
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    Post by GreenMachine Wed May 01, 2024 8:29 am

    Talfal wrote:First time banging out a 3 trade week, managed to save a trade here and there every week or so so far which im happy with. (22 remaining after these trades)

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    Post by BCT05 Wed May 01, 2024 8:29 am

    Re Armstrong vs Atkinson - Trindall's 27 avg with 4 tries is horrific. Moylan managed 30 in 2023 with only a couple tries all season. That would do the job, just.

    Armstrong at FB obviously has the higher ceiling and fast money making potential so thats why ill be going with him. Alternatively he could score just like Chevy but he just happened to have his good game in his first week.
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    Post by L-Jimmy Wed May 01, 2024 8:30 am

    White Lightning wrote:

    what do you mean sucking at fantasy is my speciality lol kind sir.

    Hah! That explains it then!


    Any thoughts of fading Plath in favour of Dragons Eisenhuth? Cheaper, seems to be regularly in lock, MID/EDG, and seems to put out 50s when not HIA or moved to centres
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    Post by Snatchpato Wed May 01, 2024 8:38 am

    Bringing in 3 of these 4 most likely. Who would you omit this week?

    SWalker
    JBrailey
    Garrick
    Plath
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    Post by Milchcow Wed May 01, 2024 8:40 am

    my tv broke wrote:Those grabbing Garrick now see him as someone you just hold for the season?

    Hold him at least through origin. Possible luxury upgrade at end of year depending on his form and trade situation, but OK to hold if (when) there's not enough trades to move him on
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    Post by L-Jimmy Wed May 01, 2024 8:46 am

    Snatchpato wrote:Bringing in 3 of these 4 most likely. Who would you omit this week?

    SWalker
    JBrailey
    Garrick
    Plath

    Depends on team balance. If you have a bench hooker, even if it's Cheese, skip Brails
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    Post by Milchcow Wed May 01, 2024 8:48 am

    White Lightning wrote:
    conclusion...terrell can outscore smithies in half the mins


    Can Terrell outscore Smithies in a quarter of the minutes?
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    Post by Milchcow Wed May 01, 2024 8:50 am

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    Post by Chewie Wed May 01, 2024 9:08 am

    my tv broke wrote:Those grabbing Garrick now see him as someone you just hold for the season?

    That is the plan, will pick him up next week though
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    Post by StormTrooper96 Wed May 01, 2024 9:09 am

    562K to buy anyone you want. Doesn’t matter position. Who you getting?

    Out of guys I don’t have I’m tossing up.

    Garrick - not sure the hype but too afraid to miss out. SHEEP!
    Brailey - Is he really going to get 80 minutes each week now? Have they been working him back up.
    I.Katoa - keen to take a punt that he averages 45-50 this year. Getting his forwards back should help lay the platform for him.
    Brimmo - he’s the type of player you see everywhere on the field, then look at the app and he’s only on like 22 after 65 minutes.
    Walker - willing to bet that Roosters are up and down this year. He should still average 40ish but I can see him become a 48-50 player.
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    Post by Liverpool_Bulldog Wed May 01, 2024 9:18 am

    StormTrooper96 wrote:562K to buy anyone you want. Doesn’t matter position. Who you getting?

    Out of guys I don’t have I’m tossing up.

    Garrick - not sure the hype but too afraid to miss out. SHEEP!
    Brailey - Is he really going to get 80 minutes each week now? Have they been working him back up.
    I.Katoa - keen to take a punt that he averages 45-50 this year. Getting his forwards back should help lay the platform for him.
    Brimmo - he’s the type of player you see everywhere on the field, then look at the app and he’s only on like 22 after 65 minutes.
    Walker - willing to bet that Roosters are up and down this year. He should still average 40ish but I can see him become a 48-50 player.
    Brailey has always been a big minute hooker has he not? Unless he gets injured he generally plays 80. Im kinda interested in Katoa this week aswell for some reason. Looks good
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    Post by manlybeaver Wed May 01, 2024 9:23 am

    A lot of people's teams are starting to look really nice atm what's surprising due to cash gen. So great work hoping one more week of trading and I can start saving some
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    Post by Enchanted Glossy Flamingo Wed May 01, 2024 9:24 am

    I think I’ve settled on May, Cheese and Chester out for Armstrong, Brailey and Garrick. Gives me a ton of extra cash to get Cleary in next week for whichever 400-500 plodder ends up in my doghouse. Chester is out because I feel like holding Piakura through his injury encouraged more trades than it saved. Cleary has a good run up until origin but I’m telling myself his 79 BE will make it okay to wait a week. Cheese to Bailey is pretty sideways but I’m sick of his shit and I love the Knights byes through origin
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    Post by robelgordo Wed May 01, 2024 9:32 am

    StormTrooper96 wrote:562K to buy anyone you want. Doesn’t matter position. Who you getting?

    Out of guys I don’t have I’m tossing up.

    Garrick - not sure the hype but too afraid to miss out. SHEEP!
    Brailey - Is he really going to get 80 minutes each week now? Have they been working him back up.
    I.Katoa - keen to take a punt that he averages 45-50 this year. Getting his forwards back should help lay the platform for him.
    Brimmo - he’s the type of player you see everywhere on the field, then look at the app and he’s only on like 22 after 65 minutes.
    Walker - willing to bet that Roosters are up and down this year. He should still average 40ish but I can see him become a 48-50 player.

    All good options but have you considered Tommy Talau?
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    Post by multiple.scoregasms Wed May 01, 2024 9:32 am

    my tv broke wrote:Those grabbing Garrick now see him as someone you just hold for the season?

    For me yeah. Final 17 keeper at centre but can cover WFB for byes/injuries/suspensions

    Will average close enough to 50 I won't feel the need to upgrade him
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    Post by Milchcow Wed May 01, 2024 9:34 am


    I guess everyone's on Armstrong, but Alaimolo interest people?

    39 without a try on debut is good, although that included 3 Turnovers and a Try Save, so don't think its sustainable level scoring.
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    Post by my tv broke Wed May 01, 2024 9:36 am

    robelgordo wrote:May to Plath is locked

    Kris (or Salmon if benched in 24hr cut) to Armstrong (or Atkinson if get some clarity on Trindall)

    3rd trade saved at this stage

    Sorted, see y’all next week…

    I was thinking the same ins (Plath and Armstrong).

    I could get both by trading Lussick and Burbo..

    That would mean holding Terrell.. not sure if that makes more sense? Terrell probably dumps a bunch of cash.. But Lussick and Burbo are actual duds. hmm

    A third trade would jsut be terrell to garrick, probably.. but using 3 trades.. ughh. Maybe should jsut do it.


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    Post by mrbrownstone Wed May 01, 2024 9:37 am

    my tv broke wrote:Those grabbing Garrick now see him as someone you just hold for the season?

    Yup. Definite keeper at centre and borderline for WFB3 if you can't get an ideal option.
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    Post by Loomer Wed May 01, 2024 9:39 am

    Is Mikaele flying under the radar? Surely he gets more minutes this week no Granville. McIntyre played longer than usual covering Chester at CTR

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