I agree. I think its the type of team that can be both underestimated and overestimated and thus can badly under-achieve and over-achieve. If my PODs fire it is capable of putting up a good score but by the same token, it relies on several players increasing their average significantly so can go catastrophically wrong. Round 1 was a bit like that, i only managed 1960 odd even with the right rookies on field and no injury issues etc but then recovered with 2280 odd last round with a terrible rookie score of 20 on field, Neale being sh*t, Young & Clarke doing nothing & Caldwell getting injured by early in the 3rd quarter.That's the kind of team that looks like an easy win in a league only to get beat by 300 points after a De Goey 150.
Not a bad team mate, just hate Kosi at D6.This is the best thing about the mid-pricers madness, we have a quicker route to upgrade them to premos.
I've trimmed two this week, Dow & Young, starting with the cheapest
Not really, it just worked out that one was a dud and the other has an injury.
So only 9 mid-pricers to go.
Hopefully, I can keep 4 of them in the final team.
Just like the rookies, I think there will be weeks where these mid-pricers are studs and there are weeks when they are duds.
Hopefully, we'll get more weeks of studs rather than duds scores
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