Fantasy relevance of the 2019 trade period moves – Ep. 306
PODCAST: A look at the Fantasy impact of the Telstra AFL Trade Period for each club.
Roy, Calvin and Warnie take some time out of their off-season to discuss the impact the Telstra AFL Trade Period had on players traded in 2019. They dive into the stocks of the players who have moved clubs, but also what it means for their team mates they have left behind and their new friends at their new homes. The Traders answer some of your questions throughout the show as we get our Fantasy juices flowing for 2020!
1:45 – Mass exodus from Adelaide could mean some extra opportunity, including for new recruit Billy Frampton and magoos gun Patrick Wilson.
3:50 – Grant Birchall looking like a bargain at the Lions according to “sources” and Cam Ellis-Yolmen is expected to suit up in round one. All about the warm weather.
7:15 – Roy doesn’t think Carlton failed during the trade period.
8:00 – Darcy Cameron will be our R3 once again as we handcuff him with Brodie Grundy.
9:20 – Does new Don Tom Cutler become a scrapheap special in Draft again?
11:00 – Warnie is excited about Blake Acres getting more midfield time at Fremantle.
14:45 – Jack Steven may have forward status and will be ready to bounce back as a Cat and could start in Roy’s rolling 22 forward line.
17:25 – Calvin and Roy expect Brandon Ellis to go backwards at Gold Coast while tackling machine Hugh Greenwood has upside.
21:45 – Will Sam Jacobs be a good option as R2? Roy thinks Shane Mumford will be in the Giants’ NEAFL team.
23:40 – With Sam Frost and Jonathon Patton going to the Hawks, does James Sicily get off the never again list?
27:05 – Angus Brayshaw could bounce back with Adam Tomlinson and Ed Langdon running Melbourne’s wings.
29:55 – More midfield time beckons for Aiden Bonar.
31:15 – A bit of chance looks likely at the Power.
32:20 – While the Tigers didn’t bring anyone in, Marlion Pickett is locked at the first picked in 2020.
33:35 – St Kilda were the kings of the trade period with Paddy Ryder likely to see a regression for Rowan Marshall after a stellar season.
36:15 – The Swans held onto Tom Papley and Roy has him as a bit of a smokey for next season.
37:25 – How will the addition of Tim Kelly affect West Coast’s midfield?
40:40 – Bulldogs bring in two keys in Alex Keath and Josh Bruce.
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