Sort of. But more on the fact he's looking fit and done a preseason this year. No wines or Wingard helps a little. 666 rule should create space around the ball a bit for him also. It's the year of the bull in SC.
Guess from the ROI perspective, a rookie clearly comes out on top and enables rookie + topliner vs two midprice speculators.
But the 2* midpricer thing is based on pricing / output mismatch you're exploiting, so you might get 100 + 90 for 2*375 blokes vs 115 + 60 for a 620k gun + 130k rook.
You make less cash for an upgrade, say 80k vs 140k on paper, but with the price decay of the topliner you go, you'll pay less to bring in your premo upgrade than those locking in a topliner at top dollar rd1.
Heaps of factors, bla bla bla, but makes sense. The one thing I do wonder is if that means not surging to the line late in the year because you've got blokes you kept and saved trades on but give you that bit less output on the run home vs those going G'n'R?
That certainly ended up being the case for me late, late last year. Not jumping on in form fwds like Dunkley and Hawkins for instance because I was forced to use my remaining trades on LTI's while crabs like Boak and Rocky remained on-field well past their used by date.
This is my favourite thread. I feel so at home. My team as of yesterday had 11 juicy mid pricers.
I wish rookies in supercoach were priced higher to encourage coaches to pick mid pricers in their teams for cash generation. Would open up loads more players for selection, and I'd find it really enjoyable.
Im starting rocky, unless his ownership gets over 10%. I think he will crank out unbelievable scores the first few rounds, get everyone on him for the price jump then stink it up/get injured. (he is the burn king)