Complete list of 2014 AFL Fantasy Dual Position Players

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DEFENDER/MIDFIELDERS

FirstLastClubPositionPrice
JarradMcVeighSydney SwansDEF/MID$529900
SamMitchellHawthornDEF/MID$517700
JimmyBartelGeelong CatsDEF/MID$514900
LukeHodgeHawthornDEF/MID$491900
HeritierLumumbaCollingwoodDEF/MID$475400
PearceHanleyBrisbane LionsDEF/MID$463700
ShaunBurgoyneHawthornDEF/MID$427400
JackGrimesMelbourneDEF/MID$416200
MatthewShawGold Coast SunsDEF/MID$383900
DavidSwallowGold Coast SunsDEF/MID$377000
NickVlastuinRichmondDEF/MID$375600
SamColquhounPort AdelaideDEF/MID$297400
LukeMcDonaldNorth MelbourneDEF/MID$243900
JaydenHuntMelbourneDEF/MID$135500
TomLangdonCollingwoodDEF/MID$135500

DEFENDER/FORWARDS

FirstLastClubPositionPrice
BenReidCollingwoodDEF/FWD$387700
LachieHendersonCarltonDEF/FWD$372500
JackWattsMelbourneDEF/FWD$365200
AndyOttenAdelaide CrowsDEF/FWD$343900
DanielMerrettBrisbane LionsDEF/FWD$306400
SamDayGold Coast SunsDEF/FWD$267500
SamWrightNorth MelbourneDEF/FWD$262500
StevenMayGold Coast SunsDEF/FWD$246100
NickDuiganCarltonDEF/FWD$162700
LewisRoberts-ThomsonSydney SwansDEF/FWD$146700
TomCurranNorth MelbourneDEF/FWD$115200

MIDFIELDER/FORWARDS

FirstLastClubPositionPrice
PatrickDangerfieldAdelaide CrowsMID/FWD$534700
DustinMartinRichmondMID/FWD$526000
BrentHarveyNorth MelbourneMID/FWD$503400
TomMitchellSydney SwansMID/FWD$488700
ChadWingardPort AdelaideMID/FWD$474000
LukeParkerSydney SwansMID/FWD$459000
ColinSylviaFremantleMID/FWD$443600
MattDe BoerFremantleMID/FWD$415100
MitchRobinsonCarltonMID/FWD$411600
BenHowlettEssendonMID/FWD$405900
PaulChapmanEssendonMID/FWD$403800
JarrydBlairCollingwoodMID/FWD$401600
DevonSmithGWS GiantsMID/FWD$400500
DayneZorkoBrisbane LionsMID/FWD$400100
SamMayesBrisbane LionsMID/FWD$395100
RhysPalmerGWS GiantsMID/FWD$394700
RobbieGrayPort AdelaideMID/FWD$391700
LeighAdamsNorth MelbourneMID/FWD$389100
CraigBirdSydney SwansMID/FWD$387300
SamKerridgeAdelaide CrowsMID/FWD$375500
ShaneEdwardsRichmondMID/FWD$372000
MatthewWrightAdelaide CrowsMID/FWD$368900
SamDwyerCollingwoodMID/FWD$349900
JoshCaddyGeelong CatsMID/FWD$343500
JarrydLyonsAdelaide CrowsMID/FWD$338800
LewisJettaSydney SwansMID/FWD$335500
DennisArmfieldCarltonMID/FWD$305700
TravisVarcoeGeelong CatsMID/FWD$298100
NickKommerEssendonMID/FWD$283500
LachlanHunterWestern BulldogsMID/FWD$271000
JackBillingsSt KildaMID/FWD$257400
JoshuaSimpsonFremantleMID/FWD$217600
PatrickKarnezisCollingwoodMID/FWD$212700
LewisTaylorBrisbane LionsMID/FWD$189700
DeanTowersSydney SwansMID/FWD$179700
SamBleaseMelbourneMID/FWD$172400
DayleGarlettHawthornMID/FWD$162600
RileyKnightAdelaide CrowsMID/FWD$140900
MitchHoneychurchWestern BulldogsMID/FWD$135500
CameronShentonSt KildaMID/FWD$135500
AlexSpinaAdelaide CrowsMID/FWD$115200
PatrickWeardenBrisbane LionsMID/FWD$115200

RUCK/FORWARDS

FirstLastClubPositionPrice
TomBellchambersEssendonFWD/RUC$399900
CharlieDixonGold Coast SunsFWD/RUC$386100
DavidHaleHawthornFWD/RUC$385300
ShaunMcKernanAdelaide CrowsFWD/RUC$332400
JackFitzpatrickMelbourneFWD/RUC$326700
SamRoweCarltonFWD/RUC$305100
NathanVardyGeelong CatsFWD/RUC$278300
MajakDawNorth MelbourneFWD/RUC$226600
MichaelApenessFremantleFWD/RUC$219500
StefanMartinBrisbane LionsFWD/RUC$203600
BenBrownNorth MelbourneFWD/RUC$138200
FraserThurlowEssendonFWD/RUC$115200

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13 Comments

  • I have been tempted to pick Tom Mitchell in the forward line. I think he may become a really ball magnet in 2014 and could soon make it into the Calvin’s piggery. Like father like son.

  • Thanks, Warnie. I think 2014 will the year of the DPP!

    This is good work.

  • I disagree Raymond, I think DPP will fade a bit in 2014. A lot less relevant DPPs in 2014 compared to 2013, especially in the R/Fs which I’ve found to be the most useful DP (along with M/F).

  • DPP in DT is a thing of the past, in SC is a must.

  • It has its uses from time to time – certainly helped me last season and I cant see why it wont again this year.

    Its not the be all and end all though and certainly not a strong enough reason to pick one player over another

    Just an added bonus from time to time with trading

  • I won’t be structuring my team around DPP this year. It was hella handy last season, but for what I gained for what I potentially missed out on wasn’t worth it. It is early in this pre-season, but with 44 trades, it isn’t necessary. Other games that will have limited trades, I will be looking closely. Shame there isn’t really a pair of RUC/FWD that I could use for those games.

  • Warnie
    With your exalted status in the world of Fantasy AFL, do you have knowledge about the rules for DT in 2014 that lead you to be making such outlandish statements?

    • Umm… no? Didn’t I just explain that with the whole 44 trades thing? That’s my simple reason why not. If there is a 50/50 call for me though, I will be looking at some DPP, but what I got out of 2013 is that it wasn’t too important with all of those trades. As for new rules, from my understanding, any changes don’t really change this statement/strategy.

  • Ok then
    The DPP opportunity is still as strong with the 44 trades but the options we have in 2014 are way less than in previous years.

    44 trades doesnt stop DPP usefulness because there are plenty of weeks you dont get to make the trade you want – this is where DPP just adds that extra dimension

  • If you check out my team on the My Team 2.0 page you’ll see that I have two DPP links in my midfield; one DEF/MID and one FWD/MID. Then in DEF and FWD there are a lot more DPP links to the midfield. I’m usually not too fussed about DPP but I have a gut feeling that this year, if you have two strong DPP links between positions, it will be handy when players do not play.