Finally, the games started and we got underway with the Magpies and the Hawks. Here’s my take on the game,
Tom Mitchell was one of the biggest names for the fantasy football community that moved clubs in the offseason. With a return to a lead midfield role at a new club, there is plenty of expectation that we could see some vintage scoring from the former Brownlow Medalist.
Nick Daicos gave us one of the most spectacular debut seasons in the history of fantasy football. As he enters into season number two, will he catch the second-year Blues? Or will he continue his pathway to being one of the best players in the AFL and become a premium defender in 2023?
An injury is all it can take to make someone fantasy football relevant. In 2022 Darcy Cameron took his opportunity and became a hugely important selection across the formats. With Brodie Grundy now out of the picture, can Darcy continue his hot run of form and be one of the best selections in our starting squads?
Will we see the return of Tom Mitchell the fantasy beast at Collingwood?
Is Billy in the Magpies best 22? Or is he just good squad depth?
Is Dan MCStay relevant in fantasy football for 2023?
Is Bobby Hill fantasy relevant as a Magpie?
Since 2015 when Jack Crisp joined Collingwood, he hasn’t missed a game! Seven seasons of elite durability. To go with it, he’s coming off the back of his best-ever fantasy footy season. 2022 has already been forecast as a year that will challenge even the most astute fantasy coach; perhaps Crisp is the consistent piece your team needs to help you thrive.
Under a new coaching regime, plenty can change for a team. And for years of attempting to push into the midfield, Brayden Maynard looks like Craig McRae may grant his wish.