The phenomenal season from Patrick Cripps was topped off by winning the Brownlow Medal. And for the first time since 2019, he averaged above 100 in SuperCoach, AFLFantasy & DreamTeam. Can the AFL’s reigning best player back it up and do it again in 2023?
There are so many variables that go into making a successful fantasy football season. A good starting squad certainly contributes, but at the end of the day, ‘success’ comes from making the right trades at the right time. So retrospectively, MJ looks back at the 2022 season and the moves that could have made the difference this season.
Every season after I conclude the 50 Most Relevant, we love to look back at some of the unlucky players to miss the countdown. Here are 10 Players Who Missed The 50 Most Relevant
Two weeks of the multi bye rounds are over. We now have an additional four teams with no more scheduled rests for the remainder of the season. So here’s a club by club breakdown of potential upgrade targets who have just had their bye round.
This is one of the most pivotal weeks of the year for fantasy football coaches. Especially in DreamTeam & SuperCoach, given after this round, the prices of players begin to change. So before round three gets underway, MJ looks at a number of trading priorities coaches need to consider.
Over the last few seasons, Patrick Cripps has been one of the most prolific fantasy footballers. After a down 2020 season, will he bounce back to his premium scoring ways?
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 11, let’s look at the players that are ripe for the picking and ready to be traded into your side.
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 the Carlton Blues.
The Blues took on the Lions in a scrappy affair at Ikon Park with both sides keen to snag a win after falling short last time out. It was a tale of two halves with Carlton looking exceptional for most of the first half before running out of steam and being completely overrun by Brisbane who went on to post a handsome 45 point win. It was a modest game fantasy wise with Cripps the only player on the ground to have more than 25 disposals. But there’s still plenty to unpack as we start finalising our squads for round 1.
For years Patrick Cripps has been a lone hand for the Carlton Football Club. As the side finally looks to have turned a corner, will it continue as business as usual for the skipper?