Hot and Cold – Round 20

Well week one of the DT finals are finished, how did everyone go?
I won in most my leagues except for 1 thanks to some poor scores from waters, Riewoldt, goodes and roughead missing the game.

 

Hopefully Buddy Franklin will return this week so I can finally have my full team.

Remember to follow me on twitter @corka23

Hottest of the week: Trent Cotchin had his best game of the year with 152 points

Honourable Mentions: Dean Cox, Stevie Johnson, Matt Wright, Patty Dangerfield, Bryce Gibbs, JPK

Coldest of the week: Scott Thompson we expect quite a lot of him and he failed this week with just 65
Dishonourable Mentions:
Jack Darling, Tom Hawkins, Colin Sylvia

Adelaide Crows

 

Who’s Hot: Patrick Dangerfield is just a superstar of the comp now, another 34 touches, 2 goals and 137 points. Matty Wright is having a massive finish to the season with 37 touches on his way to 139 points
Who’s Cold: Scott Thompson was shut out of the game by Ryan Crowley and that costed many of those that had him scoring just 65. Sam Shaw only scored 49 points but he did play well.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week.

Thompson 144
Sloane 106
Dangerfield 56
Van Berlo 89
Shaw 64
Porplyzia 124
Jacobs 107

 

Brisbane Lions

 

Who’s Hot: Jack Redden was great with 27 touches and 108 points and was the only Lion to crack the ton

 

Who’s Cold: Dayne Zorko failed to have a big impact on the game with just 14 touches and 63, while Jed Adcock again struggled to just 67

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:
Adcock 91
Zorko 116
Drummond 81
Redden 104
Rockliff 121
Brown 79
Hanley 105

 

 

 

Carlton Blues

 

Who’s Hot: Bryce Gibbs had his best game of the year with 33 touches a goal and 141 points and his finally repaying the faith shown by coaches who have stood by him. Heath Scotland (124) and Andrew Carrazzo (114) were both great again.

Who’s Not: Mitch Robinson had a stinker of a game scoring only 48 the same can be said about Chris Yarran who had very little impact on the game with just 46  

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Murphy 90
Scotland 91
Robinson 132
Carrazzo 98
Gibbs 20
Kruezer 58

 

 

 

Collingwood Magpies

 

Who’s Hot: Dayne Beams had an incredible game 34 touches and 3 goals to go along with 131 points while Pendlebury and Sidebottom were both great with 105 & 101 between them.

Who’s Cold: Travis Cloke 53 enough said. Dale Thomas looked on track for a great score before being injured on just 33

Interesting breakevens for the week:
Pendlebury 132

Shaw 113
Sidebottom 83
Beams 114
Clarke 31
Elliot 90
Swan 137
Cloke 107

Essendon Bombers

 

Who’s Hot: Jobe Watson continued his incredible year with 32 touches and another 132 points, while Tom Bellchambers had a great display with 48 hitouts and 113 points.

Who’s Cold: Dyson Heppell had very little impact on the game and he scored just 75 points. Courtaney Dempsey scored just 70 after a massive game last week.

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Watson 97
Stanton 128
Heppell 94
Dell’Olio 53
Baguley 33
Ryder 97
Dempsey 53

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fremantle Dockers
Who’s Hot: Paul Duffield had a beauty with 20 touches and 104 points, while Michael Barlow had a solid 101 points and Matt De Boer was great with 11 tackes on his way to 123.

Who’s Cold: Matty Pavlich came back down to earth kicking 2 and scoring just 58 points. Zac Dawson was dominated by Taylor Walker and he scored just 7 points.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Johnson 109
Duffield 44
Griffin 78
Pavlich 114
Barlow 96
Spurr 37
Fyfe 66

 

 

Geelong Cats


Who’s Hot:
Stevie J was amazing with 32 touches a goal and 132 points. While Jimmy Bartel showed vintage form with 108. Joel Selwood started slowly but worked his way to a respectable 88

Who’s Cold: Orren Stephenson really struggled against the Eagles ruck duo scoring just 44, Tommy Hawkins being subbed after just 14 cost many.

Interesting breakevens for the week:
Smedts 61
Johnson 18
Chapman 84
Christensen 91
Selwood 102
Bartel 70
Enright 122

 

Gold Coast Suns

 

Who’s Hot: Aaron Hall was amazing kicking 3 goals and scoring 101 points, while Gaz started really slowly but made his way to a respectable 99 after some junk time stats.

 

Who’s Cold: Harley Bennell came back to earth after just 55 points and was torn up by Tommy Bugg after scoring massively last week

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Horsley 59
Ablett 156
Hall 46
Bennell 70

 

 

 

 

 

 

GWS Giants

 

Who’s Hot: Adam Treloar continued his amazing run with 32 touches and 112 points the same can be said with Devon Smith who is running really hot at the moment scoring 103

Who’s Cold: Tom Bugg scored just 63 but he played quite a good game stopping Harley Bennell and Israel Folau looked horrible scoring just 13.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Giles 53
Treloar 62
Smith 31
Greene 97
Bugg 91

 

Hawthorn Hawks

Who’s Hot: Grant Birchall was amazing 32 touches at a 100% efficiency and scoring 127 points, while Jordan Lewis continued his great year with another 115. Paul Puopolo had his best game of his career with 5 goals and 108 points.

 

Who’s Cold: Jarryd Roughead for missing the game, cost a lot of coaches a big score. Matty Suckling also being the sub caused many headaches for coaches and he scored just 52

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Birchall 62
Franklin 157
Mitchell 124
Lewis 76
Suckling 125
Roughead 106

 

North Melbourne Kangaroos

Who’s Hot: Sam Gibson continues to amaze us towards the end of the year scoring a massive 114 including a huge last quarter. Brent Harvey was in vintage form scoring 3 goals in a row and 103 points.

Who’s Not: Daniel Wells went down injured in the 1st quarter after scoring just 31 points, while Drew Petrie failed to get on the scoreboard and only had 69 points.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Petrie 115
Grima 89
Gibson 49
Goldstein 94
Harvey 75
 

 

Melbourne Demons


Who’s Hot
: Sam Blease had his best game of his young career with 5 goals and 118 points, while Jack Grimes had 107 points and 29 touches.

 

Who’s Not: Colin Sylvia had a stinker of a game and looked very disinterested scoring just 68 points. James Magner form slump continued with another sub affected game and just 24 points.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Jones 102
Grimes 83
Sylvia 99
Magner 72

Port Adelaide Power

Who’s Hot: Travis Boak had a great game with 31 touches and 101 points and Brad Ebert was again good with 94 points continuing his great season.

Who’s Cold: Darren Pffeifer struggled to have an impact on the game with only 7 touches and 31 points.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Wingard 27
Redden 11
Ebert 79
Pffeifer 76

 

Richmond Tigers


Who’s Hot:
Trent Cotchin had an amazing game, with 35 touches, 3 goals and a monster 152 points. Lids was again great with 121 points and Jack Riewoldt fired against a beat up dogs with 5 goals and 116 points.

 

Who’s Cold: No real disappointments except Brandon Ellis had just 52  

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Martin 93
Cotchin 85
Deleido 92
Maric 106
Morris 56
Ellis 90
Tuck 143

 

St Kilda Saints

Who’s Hot: Beau Wilkes…yes Beau Wilkes top scored for the saints after 5 goals and 121 points. Brendan Goddard continued his form rise with 107 and Nicky Dal had another great game with 30 touches and 105 points.

Who’s Cold: Nick Riewoldt had a solid start but once again poor delivery cost him and got him injured which seemed inevitable after scoring just 30.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Dal Santo 65
Riewoldt 149
Saad 34
Fisher 70
Hayes 104
Goddard 75

 

 

 

Sydney Swans

 

Who’s Hot: Josh Kennedy had an incredible game, 40 disposals a goal and a whopping 153 points. While Ryan O’Keefe continued his hot form with another 132 points.

Who’s Cold: Adam Goodes had an absolute shocker scoring only 58 points and just 15 touches.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

O’Keefe 105
Goodes 80
Kennedy 70
Jack 120
Malceski 60
Jetta 92

 

Western Bulldogs


Who’s Hot:
Brain Lake returned to some form with 2 goals and 95 points, while Matty Boyd just continues to rack up tons with another 102.

Who’s Cold: Those who have stuck by Ryan Hargrave will be bitterly disappointed after he was rubbed out for a week and he only scored 43 points.

 

Interesting breakevens for the week:

Lake 77
Smith 26
Dickson 57
Boyd 105
Griffin 106
Hargrave 81

 

West Coast Eagles

 

Who’s Hot: Dean Cox again tore the game to shreds with 45 hitouts and 147 points, while Nic Nat also dominated in the ruck with 22 hitouts, 2 goals and 111 points.

 

Who’s Not: Jack Darling had a nightmare, costly turnovers and got no where near it scoring just 42 points.

 

 Interesting breakevens for the week:

Naitanui 98
Priddis 117
Waters 139
Cox 87
Shuey 130
Darling 97
Selwood 100

 

 

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

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