Last year, I had Lachie Whitfield as my #1 most relevant player on the list last year. So why the dip down to #4? Allow me to explain.
The festival of football continues, and for fantasy football coaches we’ll have under 24 hours between lockout lifting and the upcoming round commencing. To help coaches through round 12, let’s look at the players that are ripe for the picking and ready to be traded into your side.
As we enter into round six of the 2020 season it’s time to look players are ripe for the picking over the next few weeks. One thing that separates good coaches from great coaches is that they aren’t just looking at trades for this week. Rather great coaches are looking
Over the weekend fantasy coaches were dealt with a significant blow when Matt Rowell dislocated his shoulder. The Suns have opted for surgery on the shoulder, meaning fantasy coaches need to move him on. So What Do I Do with Matt Rowell?
We’ve decided to look at who I believe has been the best SuperCoach performer from each AFL club over the past ten years. Here’s who I believe it is for GWS Giants.
A replay of last years boring Grand Final (unless you’re a Tigers fan.) This time the result was very different. Sadly for them, they didn’t even pick up premiership points. Regardless of the result, we learnt plenty from a fantasy footy perspective.
We’re finally here! The #1 player in my 50 Most Relevant is revealed, it’s GWS Giants superstar Lachie Whitfield.
In this article, we look at some players that have held down a specific positional status in 2019 but won’t have in 2020.
The Crows put on a bit of a clinic during the 2nd and 3rd quarters against the Giants as they looked to bounce back from a low 2018. The Crouch brothers, Gibbs & Sloane all played with each other for the first time as well. It amounted to a sloppy at times, possession-holding matchup.
A surprise move to the halfback flank paid dividends for the former #1 draft pick. Lachie Whitfield looms likely as a top six defensive option, but has he hit his scoring ceiling?