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Roy’s Trade and Rolling 22 Talk – Rd. 22

Roy has a look at some trade options to get you into the big dance while also updating his Rolling 22.

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Get them in:

Toby Greene (FWD, $767,000)
BE: 70

L3 AVG: 138
Last: 142
Next: WBD
Greene is still only in 11% of teams and that forward status leaves him the must have category with Josh Dunkley. Josh Kelly is back this week which may cause a slight role change, especially given their struggles to hit the scoreboard last week but given the injury woes, I still think he will get plenty of time in there.

Jarryd Lyons (MID, $746,000)
BE: 91
L3 AVG: 117
Last: 158
Next: GEEL
One of the form players in the competition and was owned by less than 2% of coaches for his massive 158 last week. He is never a worry for a tag falling well behind Neale and Zorko and provides a perfect unique selection if you need a POD.

Kade Simpson (DEF, $560,000)
BE: 45
L3 AVG: 119
Last: 122
Next: StK
The evergreen Blue defender has turned back the clock. The past month the shackles have once again been broken and the veteran looks hungry and is racking up while doing so. There is always a fear of bringing in older players but with his history of durability and the fact there are only two games remaining he is well worth a look. He is certainly an option for a cash starved upgrade, or small downgrade. Also consider Dan Houston.

James Worpel (FWD/MID, $700,000)
BE: 85
L3 AVG: 116
Last: 117
Next: GCS

Most of us started with him and 33% still own him. If you did trade him out, it might be worth biting the bullet and your pride by bringing the young star back in. He has been great all season but he is next level at the moment and he has a dream match up against the Suns where a career high is on the cards.

Seb Ross (MID, $654,000)
BE: 72
L3 AVG: 118
Last: 112
Next: CAR

Last years hero has dropped $125k but he has hit form at the right time of the year and provides an under priced upgrade for cash starved coaches. He has a nice match up against the Blues and should return a score in the vicinity of his three game average.

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You… Get the Chop

Brodie Smith (DEF, $682,000)
After three hundreds in a row, is it time for Brodie Smith to go? or maybe just reverse the rage trade triggered by a sub par performance on the weekend. Personally I think I will reverse it and take advantage of his match up against the Pies where he is certainly capable of returning to triple figures.

My Trades

At this stage my trades are Stewart to Houli and a random premium shuffle depending on teams.

Rolling 22.

Current update.

Defenders

   Last
Week
2019
Avg
Change

D1

Lachie Whitfield
GWS Giants, DEF/MID
102114

D2

Jake Lloyd
Sydney Swans, DEF
104109

D3

Bachar Houli
Richmond, DEF
80102

D4

Zac Williams
GWS Giants, DEF
10292

D5

Rory Laird
Adelaide, DEF
10398

D6

Jack Crisp
Collingwood, DEF
7598

In the mix: Simpson, Newman, Stewart

Midfielders

   Last
Week
2019
Avg
Change

M1

Jack Macrae
Western Bulldogs, MID
132116

M2

Adam Treloar
Collingwood, MID
107114

M3

Josh Kelly
Adelaide, MID
151106

M4

Tim Taranto
GWS Giants, MID
110113

M5

Brad Crouch
Adelaide, MID
122111

M6

Zach Merrett
Essendon, MID
141108

M7

Dayne Zorko
Brisbane, MID
130103

M8

Andrew Gaff
West Coast, MID
106110

In the mix: Lyons, Crouch, Duncan, Fyfe

Rucks

   Last
Week
2019
Avg
Change

R1

Brodie Grundy
Collingwood, RUC
105122

R2

Max Gawn
Melbourne, RUC
9089

In the mix:  Witts

Forwards

   Last
Week
2019
Avg
Change

F1

Josh Dunkley
Western Bulldogs, MID/FWD
123109

F2

Toby Greene
GWS Giants, FWD
14298

F3

Travis Boak
Port Adelaide, MID/FWD
59107

F4

Patrick Dangerfield
Geelong, MID/FWD
114105

F6

Jame Worpel
Hawthorn, RUC/FWD
11796

F5

Jack Billings
St Kilda, MID/FWD
95100

In the mix: Marshall, Martin, Curnow, Kelly

Roy

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