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Cash cow crisis? Who gets DPP? Value trade targets – Ep. 681

PODCAST: Calvin, Roy and Warnie chat ahead of round six.

Round five was one for the books. We saw some premiums have some almighty falls and plans have been thrown out by injuries and substitutions to some of our key cash cows. What are the plans ahead of round six, the last of our early byes? Is a double downgrade on the cards or do we try to hit up the value that is available? Roy, Calvin and Warnie are here for a bumber episode.

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Episode guide

0:30 – Warnie ate the elephant is is now 100 points ahead of Calvin.

3:45 – Harry Sheezel‘s 159 is celebrated.

6:15 – Roy isn’t happy about selecting Andrew Brayshaw this week.

9:15 – Round five brought about some Fantasy horror stories.

14:00 – Will Graham gets the five votes in the Cash Cow of the Year.

18:00 – Calvin shares his personal experience in regards to Colby McKercher‘s bruised sternum.

22:10 – Possible dual-position players that will come into the game after this week are discussed.

27:00 – Is this the week of the double downgrade?

31:30 – How many Roos are too many as Blake Drury and Bigoa Nyuon put up their hands as cash cows.

35:50 – Sam Walsh is a great pick this week.

43:00 – Most traded and The Traders’ current trade plans.

45:00 – Questions from social media – follow @AFLFantasy on Twitter, @aflfantasy on Instagram and like the Official AFL Fantasy facebook page.

50:20 – Should we trade Tom Green or Caleb Serong?

54:50 – Can Jordan Dawson go?

58:10 – Who goes out of Zac Fisher and Zac Williams?

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Peter Pesh
Peter Pesh
1 month ago

what is going on with Sicily???

Josh
Josh
1 month ago

If you can only get one – Nyuon or Drury

JungleMuffin
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1 month ago

Hard to understand the shade thrown at Short, and not just from Roy.

A proven top tier defender with a clear 10ppg value, and a history of being able to score well even when not on ball, which is a big positive, especially when considering Richmond’s slide and the likelihood of the ball being in their backline more than other lines.

And all that without getting into a discussion about paying a few hundred K extra in order to not have to deal with the nightmare that has been D5-8 defenders like everyone else.

Calling Short a terrible pick is itself a terrible call. There’s more to the game than Vanilla Cookies.




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