...stripe designs) are much better for having the stripes go all the way up. We've had a similar occurrence across ISC templates with Candy Stripe #2, and the home jumper with ISC in 2016, but it wasn't as pronounced and the black collar and cuffs that year hid it a lot.
On the plus side, the...
...while his replacement was killing it.
I took the view that one team would certainly welcome him back, but as the replacement outshone the regular #2, then the #2 would be relegated.
While my second scenario of the #1 driver returning to a team that both drivers were successful in his absence...
Yeah, generally the top 2 or 3 know from a fair way out where they are going.
This year is fairly unique, but unless North was planning on trading #2, a fair chance one of the top 3 will know ahead of time once it becomes knowledge who Adelaide are going with.
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If they’re the last mob you’d base decisions on?
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... Finlay McCrae), 2021 Collingwood first rounder
Pick 14/pick 16
Essendon first round selection
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I wouldn't mind trying to chase North's second in 21 to pair up with #2, give us much more flexibility heading into 2021.
...depend on North thinking the player they get at #2 isn't worth as much as the players taken at #7, #8, #14.
They could go into the draft with #7, #8, #11, #14, #70, #71
Bulldogs go in with #2, #3 (big matching with #28, #30, #41 and #54) with a first round surplus of 151 points for later bids.
...that we couldn’t pay.
If we let someone like Caldwell pass in the PSD the pitchforks should be out for Luffy and Brady, it’s EXACTLY the situation we need to leverage.
If we are going to deal with GWS for #2, I’d almost make it contingent on the deal, they block Essendon and send him to the...
I don't think you've made * bleed enough. I'd be starting with their first next year. If they really want #2, they'll have to include it in any deal, or see ya later.
Maybe 6, a second this year, and first next year for #2. If you believe what is written and there is a clear top five, it has to...
The best solution is just engineering another pick and taking him.
My preference is 100% Hollands at #2, it's not even a consideration imo.
Phillips is however an outstanding prospect.
I'm open to any combination of players or picks and getting him, that doesn't involve #2 and the 2021 first...
...to start the AFL take the best picks you have to match the number of list spots you have and wipe the rest.
If we only have 5 spots on our primary list, even if we have pick #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #20, #21, #22 and #23 only picks 1,2,3,4 and 5 will remain when the draft starts, the rest evaporate.
...be very public about this. I know FA works differently but in a world where Daniher is #7, Williams is #10 and Adelaide think Crouch is worth #2, Brown is worth #25 PLUS extras.
Brown isn't one of us at the moment. He wants to play for someone else. He rejected our offer. We owe him no...
Something like #12, #31, 2021st 1st and Schultz for #2 and #70
Our draft hand would become #2, (whatever we can get for Hogan), #103
Their hand would be #11, #12, #27, #31, #62
And I expect they would on trade our 2021 1st for Essendon's pick #6, #7 or #8
...those picks could have landed Toby Greene, Sam Docherty, Taylor Adams, Devon Smith, Brandon Ellis, Elliot Yeo, etc. Now they get denied pick #2, 12 months after spending a year celebrating the Carlton spoon that never came, before winning their own, and will now either get some lower picks...
...go into a huge deficit & I know there's a 20% disc. there somewhere, but it looks epic either way.
Then they've got that other kid to pick as an Academy pick too.
also got to count if North bid do they really want him?
I feel if Campbell is bid on @ #2, the Swans may let him slide & pick...
...to use as evidence) not to select JUH at #1 or #2 they come out ahead in the long run. By trading #12 for 29 & 46, and avoiding a bid at #1 or #2, they actually come out ahead by 329 points (vs no trade and matching a #1 bid).
Pick #12 = 1268pts
Pick #29 + #46 = 984pts
Cost of Matching a bid...