Gun – James Sicily 2018 Avg: 95.5AF | 105SC I love when someone’s an absolute jet in both SC and AF, because it makes my job writing about them about 1000 times easier. That’s exactly what Sicdawg is. After starting his career in the forward half, yoda aka. Clarko threw him into defence and he
The expectations will be there. If GWS can get it together, they will be pushing for a premiership. They have the talent and structure to make it work, and there will be a lot of fantasy relevant players as well. So If GWS push from a flag, they may take a few of us along
Gun – Jarrod Witts At 26 years old and 80 games into his career, he is in his prime of his and clearly in the top five Rucks in the competition and likely to remain in that space for the next 3-5 years. He also has the potential for growth and the return and fitness
Gun – Patrick Dangerfield As we enter into the 2019 season there is no doubt as to who the number 1 forward in the game is going to be. The fantasy gods bestowed a great gift upon us by giving Dangerfield DPP status as a mid/fwd option this year. The question this year is how much
The Dockers enter 2019 with plenty of fantasy draft options and equally as many question marks. With injuries, inexperience, ancient veterans, and an influx of off-season arrivals, somehow a reformed, youth-focused Ross Lyon has become the least of our fantasy concerns at Fremantle. Gun – Nat Fyfe 2018 Average:AFLF 102.1 | 113.9 SC Plenty of
Every couple of days in the lead up to the AFL season, we will be releasing an article profiling a few key players from each team, and why they should or shouldn’t be considered during your drafts. The Bombers welcome a new shiny recruit into the midfield mix in 2019, while praying for the healthy
The number one AFL Fantasy team for the past two home and away seasons, Collingwood have a heap of options for your fantasy squad, many coming from their star-studded midfield. Can they all sustain a top line average? Time will tell, but erring on the side of caution may be the prudent move with so many mouths to feed.
2019 is shaping up to be anyone’s year. Well, almost anyone’s. Another season of playing the kids, developing their list, and a handful of wins awaits the Blues. 2018 was a real low point at Carlton, but you know what they say – ‘there’s no better foundation than rock bottom.’ Or something.
A team on the rise is fun to watch and more importantly can give us some wonderful fantasy scorers, so here is three little treats for you out of the Lion’s den. Finally, in the right place to fulfill his potential – Lachie Neale 2018: Games/22; Averages: AF/100, SC/112 Simply a reliable premium,
Every couple of days in the lead up to the AFL season, we will be releasing an article profiling a few key players from each team, and why they should or shouldn’t be considered during your drafts. Gun – Matt Crouch As far as young guns go – Matt Crouch is an absolute Fantasy Jet.