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Inside the Numbers Round 4 Wrap

Pete from aflratings.com.au goes inside the fantasy numbers after round four.

While the game results have not been going Brisbane’s way so far in 2017 there has been a significant statistical shift from last year that are impacting fantasy coaches, the Lions are averaging 357.5 Disposals per game which is an increase of +20.0 compared to the 2016 H&A season. Brisbane were ranked 18th in 2016 averaging 1426.3 team points per game, the Lions are now ranked 16th averaging 1518.8pts per game this season and 1585.0pts in the last 2 weeks.

The quiet achiever of Brisbane’s improvement is what they are giving up in 2017, last year they were ranked 14th conceding 391.7 Disposals per game and now have moved to 4th conceding just 364.0 per game. As a result Brisbane is conceding 1570.3 fantasy team points (Rank 5) through 4 games, that’s an improvement from conceding 1670.2pts last year (Rank 15).

Sticking to the Sunshine State, Gold Coast with a finally decent midfield have also improved dramatically compared to last year. The Suns conceded 393.0 Disposals in the 2016 H&A season (Rank 16), through 4 games they are conceding just 346.3 Disposals per game which is good enough to be ranked No.1 in the AFL. The Suns are conceding 1532.5 fantasy team points (Rank 3) per game, they conceded 1673.1pts per game last season (Rank 16) and have shaved off 140.6pts.

Highest Team Points FOR

Melbourne 1787.5
Collingwood 1721.5
Essendon 1712.5

Lowest Team Points FOR

Richmond 1477.3
Sydney 1500.8
Brisbane 1518.8

Highest Team Points AGA

Hawthorn 1789.0
Sydney 1749.5
St Kilda 1693.0

Lowest Team Points AGA

West Coast 1488.8
Melbourne 1502.3
Gold Coast 1532.5

Luke Shuey scored a game high 132pts in Round 4, he is averaging 124.0pts in his last 3 games

Jake Lloyd scored a team high 110pts in Round 4, he is averaging 30.0 Disposals in 2017

Todd Goldstein scored a game high 112pts in Round 4, he has scored 100pts or more in 3 of his last 11 games

Luke Dahlhaus scored a team high 111pts in Round 4, it was the first time in his career he has scored 100pts against NM

Lachie Neale scored a game high 119pts in Round 4, it is the first game in which he has scored 100pts+ this season

Dom Tyson scored a team high 116pts in Round 4, he has scored 100pts or more in 7 of his last 9 games

Josh Kelly scored a game high 127pts in Round 4, he is averaging 117.0pts from his last 3 games

Brad Ebert scored a team high 96pts in Round 4, it was the first time this season he has failed to reach 100pts

Brandon Matera scored a game high 138pts in Round 4, he is averaging 122.5pts from his 2 games in 2017

Sam Docherty scored a team high 132pts in Round 4, he is averaging 106.1pts from his last 11 games

Rory Sloane scored a game high 143pts in Round 4, he is averaging 144.7pts from his last 3 games

Zach Merrett scored a team high 134pts in Round 4, he has scored 120pts or more in 9 of his last 13 games

Dylan Roberton scored a game high 134pts in Round 4, he is averaging 112.0pts from his last 3 games

Brodie Grundy scored a team high 118pts in Round 4, he has scored 124.7pts in his last 3 games (No Mason Cox)

Tom Rockliff scored a game high 157pts in Round 4, he has scored 120pts or more in 9 of his last 11 games

Shaun Grigg scored a team high 113pts in Round 4, he has scored 100pts or more in 3 of his last 13 games

Sam Menegola scored a game high 133pts in Round 4, he is averaging 117.5pts per game this season from 2 games

Luke Hodge scored a team high 128pts in Round 4, he has averaged 100.8pts in his last 9 games

Who Am I?

I am a Key Forward

I am currently averaging over 100pts in 2017

I am averaging 3.7 Goals per game

When I have kicked 3 Goals or more over my career I am averaging 92.3pts per game

My jumper has 3 colours

 

Answer: Place your best guess in the comments below

Good Luck in Round 5

17 Comments

17 Comments

  1. Ben

    April 18, 2017 at 7:14 pm

    Tex walker

  2. Screech

    April 18, 2017 at 7:36 pm

    The Texan

  3. Pete

    April 18, 2017 at 8:02 pm

    Any idea who might get some DPP changes?

    I want to make some early moves in draft league.

    • RabbitMan

      April 18, 2017 at 10:30 pm

      Robbie Gray is looking very likely to get FWD status as per the boys latest podcast

  4. charlie

    April 18, 2017 at 8:05 pm

    Zac Dawson

    • DW

      April 18, 2017 at 8:50 pm

      Thank god we got rid of that spud. Did his job though during our more successful years!!!

      • z

        April 19, 2017 at 12:28 am

        always disliked dawson, i think the only reason he stayed in the team for as long as he did is because he is a very similar player to what ross lyon waszz

  5. Zac

    April 19, 2017 at 12:31 am

    Question: should i go Taranto -> Balic and then M.Boyd -> Adams leaving me with 130K in the bank meaning that i play roughy or balic. or do i go Roughy -> Balic and then the same upgrade in defence which leaves me with 270K and the choice to play balic or taranto

    • Zac

      April 19, 2017 at 12:32 am

      are there any other defence upgrades that i could be looking at

    • Zac

      April 19, 2017 at 12:35 am

      if i have 270K i could go from a SPP to a premo

    • Rohan

      April 19, 2017 at 10:14 am

      i prefer roughy > balic because balic will score more than taranto, but against roughy is alittle harder to predict

  6. Lochie

    April 19, 2017 at 7:27 am

    Roughy to matera or petracca and Taranto to fisher or pruess down to 150k rookie then roughy to josh Kelly?

  7. Raveo

    April 19, 2017 at 9:08 am

    Should I go Le Cras to Yeo or Dahlhaus, or any others? Cheers

  8. aflratings.com.au

    aflratings.com.au

    April 19, 2017 at 10:14 am

    Answer: Taylor Walker

  9. Bazza Rohan

    April 19, 2017 at 10:49 am

    Tex Walker

  10. Bazza Rohan

    April 19, 2017 at 10:51 am

    Big Tex Walker

  11. Floggers

    April 19, 2017 at 12:42 pm

    Is Dylan Roberton worth picking up? Why is he scoring so well compared to past seasons? Has his role changed?

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