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Roy’s Rollin’ 22 and Trade Talk: Rd. 7

Roy talks trades and Rollin’ 22. Tune into his Periscope tonight at 7PM to discuss them with him.

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The injuries have been brutal and unfortunately, its going to need to be something we have to get used to. Moving forward it is important to think about the long game by ensuring you have cash generators and cover as opposed to chasing points for once week purposes because that’s how disastrous spirals begin.

Get them in!

Lachie Whitfield (FWD/MID, $694,000) BE 45: For the second week in a row, the hard running Giant is on my list of priority upgrades. After a shocking start to the year, he is now back to his best with scores of 101 and 108 in his last two. He has a match up with the Lions who don’t mind tagging him but this is the last time he will be available for under $700k.

Max Gawn (RUC, $922,000) BE 82:  I usually like to look for value here, but instead I am looking at the number one player based on form who is owned by just 18% of the competition. Since the season restarted, he hasn’t missed a beat with a low score of 98 in that time and two scores over 123. In the last three weeks he is averaging a whopping 112 and is currently number one ruck in the rollin’22.

Adam Treloar (MID, $847,000) BE 87:  If you have the cash and you like a unique option, the Pie ball magnet hasn’t missed a beat since his return with 105 and 91 from 30 and 35 possessions respectively. His time on ground increased significantly last game which was a good sign moving forward.

Sam Menegola (MID, $685,000) BE 50:  I said it last week and I will say it again, if you want a unique, this guys is your man. He is in ripping form playing on the wing for the Cats with scores of 106, 89 and 92 in his last three. He is owned by 1% of the competition but surely that spikes this week!

Callum Mills (DEF, $632,000) BE 27:  It’s tough going finding reliable defenders at the moment and an unlikely guy currently putting his hand up is Millsy. Hes is currently owned by just 2% of the competition who have enjoyed his recent average of 91 over the last three weeks. He was everywhere against the Tigers with 29 possessions and nine marks on his way to 125 while playing a season high 97% game time.

Must have:

Sam Simpson (MID, $232,000) BE -36:

The young Cat made his season debut after playing six games over the past three years and he had the ball on a string against the Lions, gathering 27 possessions, six marks and five tackles for an outstanding score of 102. He is your must have cash cow trade this week!

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YOU… Get the chop!

Jack Crisp (DEF, $639,000) BE 92: After a sensational season last year, Crisp looked a great option down back as he was pumping out scores like premium midfielders. Unfortunately we haven’t seen anything close with a top score of 82 and on the weekend he registered his third score in the 50s. If you don’t have Docherty or Lloyd, you would jump without hesitation.

My Trades

Taylor > Simpson via DPP
Mr World Wide > Grundy

Rolling 22 

Defenders

   Points Last Round
Average
Change

D1

Sam Docherty
Carlton, DEF
63
89

D2

Jake Lloyd
Sydney, DEF
86
83

D3

Nick Haynes
GWS, DEF
87
84

D4

Brayden Maynard
Collingwood, DEF
71
80

D5

Jordan Ridley
Essendon, DEF
75
74

D6

Lachie Weller
Gold Coast, DEF
52
72

In the mix: Houston, Smith, Mills

Midfielders

   Last Round
Average
Change

M1

Lachie Neale
Brisbane, MID
98
111

M2

Adam Treloar
Collingwood Magpies, MID
91
98

M3

Andrew Gaff
West Coast, MID
52
88

M4

Taylor Adams
Collingwood, MID
90
91

M5

Jarryd Lyons
Brisbane, MID
88
90

M6

Scott Pendlebury
Collingwood, MID
63
85

M7

Jack Macrae
Western Bulldogs, MID
89
83

M8

Patrick Dangerfield
Geelong, MID
102
78

In the mix: Steele, Menegola

Rucks

   Last Round
Average
Change

R1

Max Gawn
Melbourne, RUC
105
105

R2

Brodie Grundy
Collingwood, RUC
53
96

In the mix:  Goldstein

Forwards

   Last Round
Average
Change

F1

Lachie Whitfield
GWS Giants, MID/FWD
108
74

F2

Christian Petracca
Melbourne, FWD
89
89

F3

Jy Simpkin
North Melbourne, MID/FWD
95
84

F4

Michael Walters
Fremantle, MID/FWD
87
82

F5

Brandan Parfitt
Geelong Cats, FWD/MID
67
82

F6

Hugh Greenwood
Gold Coast, MID/FWD
103
77

In the mix: Smith

16 Comments

16 Comments

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    Masif Weiner

    July 14, 2020 at 3:19 pm

    So Gawn is the go to, number 1 ruck. And you are getting Grundy in

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      DoorKnob

      July 14, 2020 at 4:52 pm

      He already has gawn

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      Monfries

      July 14, 2020 at 4:53 pm

      Because he already has Gawn…

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      Belly

      July 14, 2020 at 5:07 pm

      Don’t think you are allowed 2 Gawn’s

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      Masif Weiner

      July 15, 2020 at 11:57 am

      Well I am a goose hey? Good thing I have a Masif Weiner

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    Hugh Mungus-Peniz

    July 14, 2020 at 3:26 pm

    TruDat

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    Belly

    July 14, 2020 at 5:12 pm

    Currently Ranked 278, unsure what trades to do.
    Team is currently:
    DEF: Docherty, Llloyd, Houston, Mills, Starc, Brander (Butler, Young, Williams)
    MID: Neale, Viney, Selwood, Mitchell, Whitfield, Greenwood, Anderson, Pickett,(Serong, Buderick)
    RUC: Grundy, Pittonet (Xerri)
    FWD: Petracca, Martin, Walters, Smith, SImpkin, Taylor,(Aarts,King)

    Will definitely get in Simpson, probably for Young, that only gives me $135k for trade 2.
    Tossing up another downgrade to Rankine or biting the bullet on Dusty and upgrading him to Macrae?

    Think the latter strengthens the team in a week others above me might choose to double downgrade…
    Really need Brander to be back this week…
    Thoughts?

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      Alex

      July 14, 2020 at 6:24 pm

      That’s a great team. I think Starc will get dropped this week. I would Young-> Simpson DPP (start him), Greenwood to forward line and trade Curtis Young to Brodie Smith who is heating up nicely and feels like great value RN

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        Belly

        July 14, 2020 at 9:33 pm

        Thank Alex, unfortunately I’m about $100k short on Brodie. Assumed you meant Curtis Taylor too. Might have to be double down and grab Rankine and have about $300k for next week, should then be able to get Pitt to Gawn with the other trade or any Mid premo.

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    Josh

    July 14, 2020 at 8:19 pm

    Unsure with what I need to do with my trades this week any help is appreciated:

    DEF: Docherty, Llloyd, Crisp, Starc, Young, McPherson (Watson, Williams)
    MID: Neale, Gaff, Cripps, Viney, McGrath, Mitchell, Budarick, Pickett (McInerney, Brown)
    RUC: Grundy, Pittonet (Cameron)
    FWD: Petracca, Simpkin, Greenwood, Parfitt, Smith, Taylor (King, Sturt, Cavarra)

    Don’t know whether I should fix my premiums or get cash generation

    Thanks

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      Campbell

      July 14, 2020 at 8:41 pm

      Double downgrade to get gawn next week or get Lloyd and get rid of Byrne Jones/crisp. Will get Simpson either way.

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    Josh

    July 14, 2020 at 9:18 pm

    Anyone think Zaharakis can get back to consistent form this week ? 453k DPP

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      Caelan

      July 15, 2020 at 8:05 am

      I’m a bombers fan and I have obviously seen a lot of Zaharakis this year and over the years. Personally I would wait a week and see what he does, I think he can average 65+ from here on in which isn’t bad for 453k. Definitely worth getting next week if he continues his form!

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    CJ

    July 15, 2020 at 5:20 pm

    Who to bring in for Young.
    Brodie Smith, Ridley or Mills?

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    YellowNblack

    July 15, 2020 at 7:11 pm

    How Gaff sits at M3 is a absolute joke after 2 pathetic weeks. And SicDawg not even in the mix after a 114 but you put ridley in… crazy cat

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    hammer k

    July 15, 2020 at 9:13 pm

    do i keep tom doedee (474k) and is coming off a 62 and 86

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