Hot and Cold – Round 18

 

Another huge week dreamteam wise this week I scored 2317 with a massive thanks to captain Gaz and his 152.

This weekends footy failed to deliver much as there was many blowouts and the one game that did deliver was the Tigers and the Blues and it has to be said the Tigers choked again and their finals chances are now gone.

Just a sidenote great to see Jason Winderlich play on the weekend after missing more than 15 months after a knee reconstruction last year

Hottest of the week: Dane Swan again! Massive game with 159 and 5 goals!
Honourable Mentions: Gary Ablett, Travis Cloke, Matty Kruezer, Andrew Swallow

Coldest of the week:
Stevie J all though not his fault but still 1 point is the worst of the round
Dishonourable Mentions:
Taylor Walker, Chris Yarran

 

Adelaide Crows

Who’s Hot: Patty Dangerfield again was really impressive with 33 touches and 111 points and Jason Porplyzia continued his hot form 2 goals and 108 points.
Who’s Cold: Taylor Walker really struggled in his first game back from suspension failing to kick a goal on his way to 40 points.

Interesting breakevens for the week.

Thompson 88
Sloane 86
Dangerfield 57
Van Berlo 74
Shaw -14
Porplyzia 59

Jacobs 125

 

Brisbane Lions

Who’s Hot: Dayne Zorko started slowly but finished with a solid 99 and Jack Redden and Jonathan Brown were great with 109 and 102 respectively.

Who’s Cold: Tom Rockliff failed to have a massive impact scoring only 73 and Todd Banfield continues to struggle with injury and form scoring just 2 after being subbed on in the 3rd

Interesting breakevens for the week:
Adcock 87
Zorko 131
Drummond 110
Redden 84
Rockliff 118
Brown 72
Hanley 131

 

Carlton Blues

Who’s Hot: Marc Murphy and Heath Scotland were amazing with 113 and 117 respectively, but it was Matty Kruezer who finally returned to form scoring 102 after 45 hitouts. Tom Bell also showed some promise with 83

Who’s Not: Those who thought Chris Yarran was back will be unhappy after he struggled to have an impact scoring just 44

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Murphy 82
Carrazzo 124
Gibbs 76
Robinson 84
Kruezer  75
Bell -79

Collingwood Magpies

Who’s Hot: Swanny again a lazy 159 and 5 goals and he looks in brownlow form. Travis Cloke returned to form also albeit against the Giants with 5 goals and 125 points. Beams and Pendles again were great with 113 and 114 respectively.

Who’s Cold: No one really was cold this week, Marty Clarke was the sub but he ended up with 62 which makes you wonder what he could have had with a full game.

Interesting breakevens for the week:
Pendlebury 80
Shaw 85
Sidebottom 120
Beams 106
Clarke 71
Elliot 30
Swan 89
Cloke 41

Essendon Bombers

Who’s Hot: Jobe Watson seemed to be the only Essendon player to turn up on Friday night 37 touches and another 108 points while Mark Baguley continues to impress as bench cover for us with an impressive 86

Who’s Cold: Brent Stanton form slump continues suffering hamstring tightness and only scoring 62 and may miss this week as the injury curse at the bombers continues.

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Watson 115
Stanton 132
Heppell 97
Dell’Olio 38
Ryder 101
Dempsey 119
Baguley -37


Fremantle Dockers

Who’s Hot: Michael Barlow again played well with another 109 and Nat Fyfe played well in his first game back with 89

Who’s Cold: Jonathon Griffin was a little disappointing with only 69 but otherwise there was no real disappointing DT scores.

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Broughton 128
Johnson 71
Duffield 32
Griffin 94
Pavlich 116
Barlow 87
Spurr 48

 

Geelong Cats

Who’s Hot: Joel Selwood continued his Simmonds Stadium domination with another 113 and Chappy returned to form with 3 goals and 105

Who’s Cold: Stevie J was cleaned up by a Scott Thompson bump 3 seconds in and was subbed off with 1 point and looks set for a massive price drop next week with a breakeven of 187

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Smedts 21
Johnson 187
Chapman 121
Christensen 78
Selwood 105
Bartel 114
Enright 105

 

Gold Coast Suns

Who’s Hot: Who else but Gary Ablett 42 touches a goal and 152 points, while Harley Bennell had a solid 90

Who’s Cold: Dave Swallow’s horrible second continued being subbed out with only 19

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Horsley 85
Ablett 84
Hall 78
Bennell 104

 

 GWS Giants

Who’s Hot: Jon Giles returned to his early season form with a great 118 while those who had Devon Smith as cover for the likes of Buddy, Sidey, Robbo would be ecstatic when he kicked 3 and dropped 100 points. Tom Bugg also returned to form with 93

Who’s Cold: Jon Patton may need a rest now as his leg seems to be troubling him and his score of 37 reflects that.

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Giles 65
Treloar -2
Smith  65
Greene 115
Patton 33
McDonald 101
Bugg 7

 

Hawthorn Hawks

Who’s Hot: Welcome back Luke Hodge he has missed most of the season through injury then comes back and kicks 5 in the 3 quarters before being subbed off with 94. Cyril Rioli was incredible scoring a massive 129 and Matty Suckling was great with 4 goals and 112.

Who’s Cold: Grant Birchall looked to be angry all night and he only scored 63 points in a disappointing display and Shaun Burgoyne failed to cash in with only 53

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Birchall 130
Franklin 163
Mitchell 124
Lewis 106
Suckling 59
Roughead 125

 

North Melbourne Kangaroos

Who’s Hot: Andrew Swallow was incredible with an amazing 17 tackles on his way to 160 points while Sam Gibson continued to help coaches needed him for cover with 36 touches and 133 points and Boomer Harvey had an impressive 2 goals and 110
Who’s Not: Leigh Adams’ troublesome shoulders continue to bother him with it popping out again scoring only 47 points

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Petrie 77
Grima 76
Gibson -8
Goldstein 59
Harvey 47
 

Melbourne Demons


Who’s Hot
: Nathan Jones continues to try his heart out for the Demons and he scored another 109 points and Colin Sylvia kicked 3 goals on his way to 96 points.

Who’s Not: No real fantasy relevant players had poor games Colin Garland was one of the lowest scorers with only 37

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Watts 112
Jones 72
Grimes 74
Sylvia 86
Magner 94
Couch -58

 

Port Adelaide Power

Who’s Hot: Kane Cornes went old school DT on us with an impressive 110 and Matthew Lobbe’s 92 and 22 hitouts may keep Jarred Redden out of the side

Who’s Cold: Brad Ebert had one of his poorer games for his new club having little impact and scoring only 67

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Wingard 12
Redden 28
Ebert 127
Pffeifer 55

Richmond Tigers

Who’s Hot: Trent Cotchin continues to dominate with another 118, big Ivan notched up another ton with 104. Dustin Martin looked set for a huge score but as usual he can’t seem to run out a full game finishing with a solid 91 but could have been more.

Who’s Cold: Jack Riewoldt had a stinker this week no goals and only 44 points, while Steve Morris reinjured his already bad shoulder which slowed him down and he scored just 33

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Martin 93
Cotchin 124
Deleido 143
Maric 123
Morris 81
Ellis 76
Tuck 107

 

St Kilda Saints

Who’s Hot: Nick Riewoldt had on of his better games for this year kicking 4 and scoring 133 points, Lenny Hayes was great with 3 goals and 130 points while Brendan Goddard finally returned to form with 120 points in his 200th

Who’s Cold: Ahmed Saad had a poor game with no goals and 52 points.

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Dal Santo 91
Riewoldt 60
Saad 79
Milera 94
Fisher 24
Hayes 85
Goddard 66

 

Sydney Swans

 Who’s Hot: Ryan O’Keefe continued his amazing run of form with another 131 points and Kieran Jack has turned into premium , 125 points this week and has been playing some amazing footy.

Who’s Cold: Adam Goodes didn’t have the best of games only scoring the 75 and Sam Reid went down early with injury and only scored the 8

Interesting breakevens for the week:

O’Keefe 105
Goodes 119
Kennedy 87
Jack 102
Malceski 66
Jetta 112

 

Western Bulldogs

Who’s Hot: Matty Boyd had a solid 94 which was the highest score for the Dogs which showed what a poor game they had.

Who’s Cold: Brain Lake had a shocker he was dominated be Nick Riewoldt and only scored 63.

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Lake 88
Smith 45
Dickson 84
Boyd 169
Griffin 105
Hargrave 68

 

West Coast Eagles

Who’s Hot: Beau Waters had one of his better games of his year with 30 touches and 124 points, Nic Naitanui was amazing with 3 goals and 124 points. Dean Cox was great with 107 same with Jack Darling kicking 5 goals and 107 too.

Who’s Not: Daniel Kerr was subbed out after only 20 points with a knee injury.

 Interesting breakevens for the week:

Naitanui 37
Priddis 130
Waters 108
Cox 122
Shuey 146

Darling 40
Selwood 93

 

Thanks guys, ill be doing this every week for the rest of the season would love some feedback and you can follow me @corka23 on twitter

10 Comments

  • Well done on the article this week mate, reckon you have got it spot on!!!

  • some hope i guess:

    steve johnson ‏@Steviejohnson20
    I’m all good… was a bit dazed for a while and copped a fat lip but will be fresh for next week!! Well played boys.

  • Yes, A. Swallow was amazing, top score of the round, 17 tackles…and yet he didn’t get a nod in hottest of the week or an honourable mention. Tsk tsk.

  • if anyone needs a bargain fwd, you have two options:
    Nat fyfe and paul chappy. wont get any cheaper

  • does anyone know what fyfe’s break even is? thinking of bringing him in as a last upgrade in coming weeks.

  • Great article just 1 question do i trade drummond if i have 300k left?
    for who any suggestions?