The discussion surrounding who coaches will select in the ruck positions this year has been by far the most interesting debate. Never before in the history of the SuperCoach have two ruckmen been so dominant over the rest of the competition. But by season’s end Brodie Grundy and Max Gawn weren’t just must-haves, they became regular … More Who Gives A Ruck? Ruckmen Age Analysis
Just like that Round 7 has been completed and we are now 1/3 of the way through the season. Time is flying and with bye rounds approaching this week may prove pivotal with a number of very good downgrade options like Charlie Spargo, Ben Ronke and Kobe Mutch on the bubble just to name a few. However, for those not … More The SCHQ Barometer – Round 7
Each week here at SuperCoach HQ we will be taking a look at the players who are performing at both a higher and lower fantasy level than is expected of them, taking into account consistency, ownership percentage and long term fantasy prospects. Some of the players may be trending up one week and down the … More The SCHQ Barometer – Round 1
Sandilands, Greenwood, Lloyd, Preuss, Selwood – they’re all discussed, and more, on Shorty’s SuperCoach weekend preview. Enjoy.
After a brief hiatus the SuperCoach HQ Hot Tub Time Machine is back and it is becoming more important than ever with popular captain options letting us down in recent weeks. So let’s look at who has historically performed well against their opponents this week. Cats v Dogs It is fair to say that Patrick … More SuperCoach HQ Hot Tub Time Machine – Round 9
With some big names returning for Fremantle this season it is possible we could see a return to the Top 8 for the Dockers. Those players plus a few other choices are discussed below and could improve your SuperCoach performance in 2017. Blue Chip Investment Nathan Fyfe – MID – $573,500 – Player Ownership: 63.9% … More Last Drinks – Fremantle 2017 Preview
The ruck is always one of the toughest lines to select and SuperCoach 2017 is no exception. Set and forget was once the structure of choice, but the rise of Aaron Sandilands and Toby Nankervis has got us thinking and tinkering. How do we include these mid-pricers into our set-ups? I discuss the different methods … More Nankilands? Set And Forget? What Ruck Structure Should We Use In SuperCoach 2017?
One good performance and big Sandi has sucked us all in! Is he a trap? Or a prospect too good to refuse? The decision process surrounding him is critical, if we get it right it will pay dividends.