I expect we will end up with 5 or 6 guys who average over 110.I'm backing this pattern will break and he'll have an up week this week, even if the Swan looses
I'll back that up by putting my VC is on him this week!
Keep cogs this weekHeeney vs Treloar or keep Cogs
I just think good players are up and about when playing in a competitive game - so both Mills and Cripps will perform well
The thing with Mills is like Steele, tagging offers minimal benefit when he can just go and stand on their best player, nullify him and still rack up eenough touches to score well in a down week.Up and down, Up and down.
Eventually opposition clubs will work out what is causing the down weeks.
He can play a more defensive role in terms of just being more accountable for his man around stoppage, but he doesn’t ever really give a hard tag. I think that’s just the way he plays, competitive and won’t let his man get any easy touches. It’s like this against anyone he’s playing but I think sometimes the coach puts him on the other teams best player and just says do your thing. Don’t think that’s really a so called tag these days. Just a player who isn’t purely ball watching like your typical mids.The thing with Mills is like Steele, tagging offers minimal benefit when he can just go and stand on their best player, nullify him and still rack up eenough touches to score well in a down week.
I would be shocked if he isn't at least 115 for the rest of the year.
Who to trade out.
Butters or Cogs?
Both same average.
Cogs higher BE, will bleed cash. Named on ball (not that that really matters). Is he worth the risk keeping with the new coach. Could always Roughy him back in, if he starts killing it.
Butters back to form last week, but against witches hats. Will he keep it up?
Line ball, I just know I’ll get it wrong!
These questions are really defined by how you are set up for the byes.brayshaw vs bont vs bailey smith