The preseason has barely just begun yet AFL Fantasy have us, but not our families, a favour. The release of the format for the 2024 season has thrown not just one but many cats amongst the pigeons, with early bye rounds, best 18’s, and potentially huge price changes all in consideration for the early part of the season. With that said, it is important to balance selections for players, particularly premiums, who don’t have the early bye.
The final game from the preseason saw two highly relevant fantasy teams face off at Casey Fields. The game was fairly uncontested, with dominant in the game, notably in the first half.
The Giants and the Suns kicked off the last day of practice matches for us. In a relatively high-scoring affair, the Giants took their foot off the gas in the second half and cruised comfortably towards round 1.
Fremantle and Port Adelaide battled it out at Fremantle Oval on Thursday night in conditions which had sunshine, rain, and the Fremantle Doctor pumping out some serious wind. As always, these factors need to be considered when trying to draw conclusions from players scores.
It is always useful to look back at your previous years in Fantasy competitions to learn what you have done well and what you could’ve improved upon. After having personal best seasons across all formats, I’ve chosen to do a recap of my 2022 RDT Season to outline my starting structure and trades through the season, my reasoning behind these decisions, and where I could have improved my decision making.
With the SuperCoach team picker now open, I decided to share my current SuperCoach team and tell you why I’ve picked every player. Enjoy!
The AFL trade period might still be in full swing, but it’s never too early to think about the upcoming fantasy football season, right? Gulp! I had some spare time to put together my way too early 2023 fantasy football watchlist.