2019 Starting Structure

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What’s your starting structure looking like per line?

Not sure, but guess these ranges:

Premo: 450k+ (500k+ in mids)
Midpricer: 207 - 450k (2O7 - 500k in mids)
Rookie: Sam Walsh (207k) and down
So for example:
DEF: 3:2:3
MID: 5:2:4
RUC: 1:1:1 (incl. FD)
FWD: 3:2:3

Reckon it’s interesting with midpriced DEF and anaemic FWD rookie stocks.
 

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Sorry gutsroy but once again I don't get why starting structure is important.

Then again I also don't understand the POD talk, as I've argued every year.

You pick where you think your bang for buck is, to me it's that simple.
 
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Sorry gutsroy but once again I don't get why starting structure is important.

Then again I also don't understand the POD talk, as I've argued every year.

You pick where you think your bang for buck is, to me it's that simple.
Yep. This.

You pick what you see as value. Where you find it, differs every year.
 

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Sorry gutsroy but once again I don't get why starting structure is important.

Then again I also don't understand the POD talk, as I've argued every year.

You pick where you think your bang for buck is, to me it's that simple.
Yeah, not saying it's decisive or that it would be the same from year to year, for me it's just interesting to see what people are looking at in concrete terms / any clear trends this year one week out from the starter's pistol being fired.
 

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DEF;
2-3-1 (includes Ridley at D5, an expensive rookie)

MID;
4-1-3

RUC;
2-0-1

FWD;
2-2-2 (includes Moore at F4, another pricey rookie)


I'd load up on extra forward above $390k if I could but there are no tantalising, must-have options at the moment. Committed to building that line up during the season; wait until after the byes to grab whichever Bulldogs tweener Bevo has switched into the midfield for the run home.
 
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The interesting thing would be to see what midpricers could be keepers

For me, I'm hoping that my 4 midpricers will be keepers, that might be at D7 and F7 for a couple and 1 stepping stone, plus 1 at m8...... Mate

*edit* sorry, a little pissed....3 out of 4
 

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Premos are so overrated.

Mid price madness all the way. LOL!
0-5-3
0-10-1 (you'll be in and around Walsh surely)
2-0-1 (Grawndy, aka the midprice madness catch-22, can't be mad for the midpricers if you go the big dogs)
0-6-2 (thus avoiding onfield FWD rookie undergarment stainage)
And you'll be top 100 with 4 rds to go as usual lol :thumbsu:
 

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0-5-3
0-10-1 (you'll be in and around Walsh surely)
2-0-1 (Grawndy, aka the midprice madness catch-22, can't be mad for the midpricers if you go the big dogs)
0-6-2 (thus avoiding onfield FWD rookie undergarment stainage)
And you'll be top 100 with 4 rds to go as usual lol :thumbsu:
Haha!

Nearly my setup except I have Hurn up back as my only premo there.

And have GawnStein instead of Grawndy. :)
 
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