There’s only a handful of players that, across all formats of fantasy footy, have averaged 110 or higher in the past two seasons; Callum Mills is one of them. Despite his high-scoring pedigree, his ownership is criminally low. The upside for brave coaches is he could create the separation you need to succeed in 2023.
Players rarely deliver a ton in their first game into the AFL, but Errol Gulden was able to do so. As he enters the mythical third-year breakout, could we see this Swan become the next big forward premium?
With only thirty-five AFL games to his name, Chad Warner quickly emerged as one of the best young midfielders in the competition. Entering his fourth season, he looms likely to become one of the most fantasy-relevant players across the formats.
Will Aaron Francis be fantasy footy relevant as a Sydney Swan?
For the first time in years, we saw a scoring regression from Jake Lloyd. But with the departure of Jordan Dawson do we see him back towards his average as a 110 defender?
In 2021 Callum Mills was one of the breakout players in the backline. For those that picked him early in the season, he was a catalytic reason you probably had a good start. Unfortunately, he is available only through the midfield this season, but that could be a blessing in disguise for fantasy football coaches.
It’s been a long time since the Crows have secured a high end talent at the trade table. So can the late-season run of scoring from Jordan Dawson continue for Adelaide.
The move of George Hewett to Carlton is one of the confusing recent free agency moves. Here’s why.
You’ve made it! 50 players in 50 days. Why do I have Jake Lloyd as the most relevant player in 2021? I’m glad you asked.
The hype surrounding Isaac Heeney has been immense across the fantasy footy community. While he’s always been a high scoring forward, he’s never elevated his game to the top tier. Can that happen in 2021?