TRADE OF THE WEEK
1) IN – Kennedy, J for OUT- Karnezis, P
After 9 points as the starting substitue in the Lions games against the Crows, Karnezis has now been dropped from the Lions altogether. Amazingly despite the loss of Clay Beams to an ACL he still cannot make the 22. If you still have him this is the week to give him the axe.
Kennedy has a breakeven of -37 and will go up in value and has average 98 points per game in his first 2 for the Eagles, An easy game against the Dees this week should see his score and value skyrocket. Jump on now.
up in value and adds good return value to an upgrade target in a few weeks. Standout candidates who appear like they will lose value are Robinson, Zorko and Franklin who could all be fantastic cheap pick-ups.
Top 5 Ins and out
1 Kennedy, J
2 Dwyer, S
3 Westhoff, J
4 Heppell, D
5 Dixon, C
Kennedy is a smart move and could become a solid number 5 or 6 forward in your final team.
Dwyer was terrific for the Pies against the Blues and has been rewarded with a place in the side despite the return of Daisy Thomas. He will go up in value and should last enough for us to make the quick money.
Westhoff has played two poor sides. The true test will come this weekend against the Crows.
Heppell is a primed for a big year and if you did not start with him you should bring him in now.
Dixon is wait and see for mine. Looks an imposing figure in the field and played well in the wet against the Swans. Will be intesresting to watch his form this week against Goldstein from North Melbourne.
1 Karnezis, P
2 Zorko, D
3 Watts, J
4 Mitchell, K
5 Vlastuin, N
Karnezis see above.
Zorko will be a good player. Jumping off premiums can be a mistake. Consider who it is you are moving to first. Dwyer to Zorko is a risky move.
Watts has been dropped from the Dees, he is struggling with form and is not to be kept. TRADE HIM NOW!
Kane Mitchell and Nick Vlaustin are interesting players. Both have the potential to be good scorers if played or not used in the vest.