Hot and Cold – Round 19

Well DT finals are upon us!

Another massive week this week, which could have been much more if some so called premiums had delivered on what we expected.

It was an amazing round this weekend, the Hawks/Cats classic, the Saints/Pies game and the Crows/Bombers game to round out the round.

Remember guys follow me on twitter @corka23 would love some feedback.

Hottest of the week: Matty Pavlich 8.2 and 144 points what more do you want?
Honourable Mentions:
GWS, Jon Giles, Patty Dangerfield, Ablett, Swan, Sidebottom, Jolly, Bennell, Gibbs 

Coldest of the week: Brain Lake 43 points….. Normally dominates the roos but had very little impact
Dishonourable Mentions:
Port Adelaide, Jason Porplyzia, Magner, Suckling


Adelaide Crows

 

Who’s Hot: Patty Dangerfield had a monster game with 29 touches, 3 goals and 130 points and Sam Jacobs was again great with 41 hitouts and 99 points.
Who’s Cold: Jason Porplyzia… well we all knew it was going to happen eventually he was subbed out with a shoulder injury after just 19 points.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week.

Thompson 129
Sloane 111
Dangerfield 63
Van Berlo 79
Shaw 23
Porplyzia 126
Jacobs 112

 

Brisbane Lions

Who’s Hot: Another week, another Dayne Zorko ton with 19 touches and 2 goals on his way to 104 points. Jonathon Brown was great with 4 goals and 90 points.

 

Who’s Cold: Josh Drummond continues to frustrate owners scoring a lousy 56 and Pearce Hanley had a stinker with only 35 points

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:
Adcock 71
Zorko 89
Drummond 82
Redden 103
Rockliff 134
Brown 42
Hanley 155

 

 

 

Carlton Blues

 

Who’s Hot: Bryce Gibbs finally put in a performance we all expected from his this season with 27 touches and 122 points. Jarrad Waite returned from a long layoff and scored a impressive 107 with 3 goals.

Who’s Not:Andy Carrazzo had a horrible first half were he got no were near the ball and he finished with 72. Matty Kruezer again struggled to just 67 in what has been a poor year for the big man.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Murphy 70
Scotland 96
Carrazzo 116
Gibbs 56
Kruezer 45
Robinson 81
Bell -47

 

 

 

Collingwood Magpies

 

Who’s Hot: Darren Jolly turned back the clock with 21 touches, 37 hitouts and 153 points, Sidebottom returned to his best with 122. Swan (120), Beams (119) and Pendles (92) all were solid as well in the pies narrow win.

Who’s Cold: Travis Cloke returned to his true form by not performing at all against the better teams in the comp only kicked the 1 goal and scored 49 points.

Interesting breakevens for the week:
Pendlebury 131
Shaw 94
Sidebottom 83
Beams 135
Clarke 70
Elliot 32
Swan 139
Cloke 30

Essendon Bombers

 

Who’s Hot: Jobe Watson almost got the bombers over the line with 31 touches and 115 points. Courtaney Dempsey was amazing with 27 touches and a goal to finish with 113 points.

Who’s Cold: The bombers injury curse continued, Benny Howlett and Jason Winderlich were the latest bombers to go down. Mark Baguley didn’t have much impact on the game with just 49

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Watson 119
Stanton 130
Heppell 91
Dell’Olio 37
Baguley -9
Ryder 99
Dempsey 54

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fremantle Dockers

Who’s Hot: 8.2, 144 points, the medal and now leading the coleman medal, Matthew Pavlich is a star. Nat Fyfe again looked like he hasn’t missed a beat scoring 109 in his second game back from injury. Lee Spurr provided good cover for those who needed it with a solid 81

Who’s Cold: Michael Johnson didn’t have the impact he would of liked with just 69

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Johnson 101
Duffield 46
Griffin 86
Pavlich 98
Barlow 85
Spurr 36
Fyfe 68

 

 

Geelong Cats


Who’s Hot:
Joel Selwood was amazing with 125 and Stevie J returned to form after his concussion last week with 113 and Tommy Hawkins won the game for the Cats with a clutch kick after the siren to win the game.

Who’s Cold: Allen Christensen struggled to have an impact with just 39 and Corey Enright had a shocker of a game with just 41

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Smedts 62
Johnson 159
Chapman 86
Christensen 80
Selwood 75
Bartel 112
Enright 131

 

Gold Coast Suns

Who’s Hot: Gary Ablett again was incredible with 33 touches and 130 points but it was Harley Bennell that played his best game of his young career with 38 touches, 4 goals and a massive 156 points.

 

Who’s Cold: Michael Rischitelli season appears to be over with his knee injury look worse by the week his year has been a disaster scoring just 50 this week

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Horsley 83
Ablett 107
Hall 76
Bennell 29

 

  

 

GWS Giants

 

Who’s Hot: Jon Giles repaid the faith of those who have stuck with him with a dominant display with 26 touches, 2 goals and 124 points. Devon Smith again was great cover for those with buddy and robbo scoring another 107, while the Chadwick dominated against his former team with 106 points in a flashback to his former DT premium days.

 
Who’s Cold: Tommy Bugg started very strongly kicking the first two goals of the game but fell away during the game with 60 points and Jon Patton continues to struggle late in the year with 36.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Giles -20
Trelor 33
Smith 10
Greene 99
Patton 32
Bugg 62

 

Hawthorn Hawks

Who’s Hot: Not a huge game DT wise for the Hawks, Roughead and Cyril were the best performers with 94 each

 

Who’s Cold: Two of the backman most people rely on for huge scores both had disappointing games. Grant Birchall had just the 68 while Matty Suckling only had 54. Luke Hodge struggled in his second game back with just 41 and being subbed at ¾ time.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Birchall 127
Franklin 159
Mitchell 126
Lewis 125
Suckling 73
Roughead 108

 

North Melbourne Kangaroos

 

Who’s Hot: Sam Gibson continues to pump out big scores, he started slowly but ended up cracking the ton again scoring 108 and Brent Harvey had another great game with 32 touches and a goal to go with his 113 points.

Who’s Not: Nathan Grima had very little impact on the game with just 55 points.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Petrie 123
Grima 100
Gibson 1
Goldstein 63
Harvey 56

 

 

Melbourne Demons


Who’s Hot
: Colin Sylvia was great again with 104 he’s been amazing since the bye, Jack Grimes was a slow starter but worked his way to another ton with 103

 

Who’s Not: James Magner had another sub affected 43 he started so well but faded very quickly this year.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Watts 110
Jones 79
Grimes 112
Sylvia 74
Magner 49

Port Adelaide Power

Who’s Hot: Brad Ebert had a strong game with 26 touches and 98 points.

Who’s Cold: The whole Port team, disgraceful display which has cost one of the greats of the club his job and reputation. What now for the power?
11 of the Power players scored below 60 this week.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Wingard 28
Redden 27
Ebert 110
Pffeifer 53

 

Richmond Tigers


Who’s Hot:
Brett Deleido was again amazing with 33 touches and 126 points. Big Ivan had another great game with 41 hitouts and 121 points and Cotch racked up another ton with 103.

 

Who’s Cold: Those relying on Brandon Ellis and Steven Morris for bench cover would be disappointed with only 53 and 32 between them while Chris Newman struggled again to only 32 points

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Martin 103
Cotchin 114
Deleido 113
Maric 82
Morris 108
Ellis 85
Tuck 119

 

St Kilda Saints

Who’s Hot: Big Boy McEvoy played a great game with 126 points and Nicky Dal was spectacular with 116 and 2 goals. Brendan Goddard showed glimpses of his best with 99

 
Who’s Cold: Nick Riewoldt looked on early but didn’t have much impact after that finishing with 2 goals and 74 points.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Dal Santo 60
Riewoldt 53
Saad 28
Milera 92
Fisher 36
Hayes 57
Goddard 47

 

 

 

Sydney Swans

 

Who’s Hot: Kieran Jack was great again with 97 points and Adam Goodes returned to some form with a solid 90 points.

Who’s Cold: Lewis Jetta seems to be struggling a little lately scoring just 50 points this week and had very little impact.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

O’Keefe 98
Goodes 66
Kennedy 116
Jack 95
Malceski 84
Jetta 110

 

Western Bulldogs


Who’s Hot:
Matty Boyd continued his great season with 34 touches and 115 points. Ryan Griffin notched up another ton with 104.

Who’s Cold: Brain Lake really struggled against Drew Petrie having very little impact on the game as he normally would against the Kangas scoring a disappointing 43

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Lake 116
Smith 48
Dickson 74
Boyd 119
Griffin 108
Hargrave 66

 

West Coast Eagles

 

Who’s Hot: Daniel Kerr had 36 touches on his way to 109 points while Beau Waters had a good game with 23 touches and 92 points.

 

Who’s Not: Dean Cox struggled to have an impact on the game scoring just 66 while Jack Darling had very little impact with just 53. Luke Shuey had a stinker scoring a horrible 39

 

 Interesting breakevens for the week:

Naitanui 77
Priddis 127
Waters 79
Cox 127
Shuey 154
Darling 30
Selwood 74

 

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

9 Comments

  • Everyday they’re strugglin’

    • Great article mate, but isn’t Hanley gonna be tasty in a couple of weeks could go down to around 300k.

  • Arrrgghh!!!

    Swanny out for 2 weeks.

    How could you????

    Selfish Swanny ..selfish. :-( grrrr.

    heehee…there go our last trades.

  • Good stuff Corey !

  • just 1 question boys
    i have swan, robbo and buddy with 1 trade left wat do i do
    hope robbo and buddy back
    and i have sam gibson on my bench what u thinking?

    • Are you in the top 4?
      Have a look at whoever you’re playing, who do they have?
      Use logic.

      • im in top 4 for 2 of 5 leagues

        but if robbo doesn’t play then he is probably gone

  • I wouldn’t call the majority of the break-evens ‘interesting’, because they quite simply aren’t. I’d probably call them ‘DT relevant’ or something of that ilk.

  • def: Deledio, Scotland, Suckling, Goddard, H. Shaw, Carrots, Fisher
    mid: Boyd, Ablett, Mitchell, Barlow, Bartel, Murphy
    ruc: Cox, Bellchambers
    fwd: Franklin, Beams, Sidebottom, Danger, Lewis, Martin, Zorko

    Thoughts on team???

    I have 2 trades AND 95,000 in kitty