Watch Out! As a footy frustrated Dummy’s Half delivers his verdict on what guys to target as the post-Origin Round 12 commences.
Well, it’s that time of the week again folks, as we look at what guys are going to make you money in Round 12. The Sharks and Warriors won’t see any action due to the bye, meaning ‘The Enigma’ Konrad Hurrell will have to miss our list this week – don’t worry, he’ll be back.
Obviously, this isn’t the column to vent my Origin frustrations, but please, for my sanity, tell me your thoughts below.. However, what we must think about is how the guys who played last last night will back up on the weekend. The mail we have coming in is that T-Rex, The Coaltrain and Uate are in some doubt, but other than that, most guys should be fine.
So on that note, lets have a look at the money spinners for Round 12..
1. Tony ‘T-Rex’ Williams
Break Even: 20
Hopefully the big fella’s back is fine after Origin, because I’m excited about what he’ll do this week. I know he’s not in the minus’, but last nights Origin match reminded me of just how damaging this guy is. His tackle break points alone (30 in Origin 1) make him worth owning, and my bet is that a +50 performance will be on the cards this week against the Panthers.
2. Matt Ryan
Break Even: -8
Everything that I have seen so far from Ryan I have liked, and at the moment I can’t see why it wont continue. He’s a busy second-row forward who is still extremely cheap, he’ll score around 40 again this week – get him in while you still can!
3. Aidan Sezer
Break Even: -15
A guy who I still dont have in my side, and it really frustrates me… He’s been consistent since coming in, and if anything, will only improve as he takes over Prince as a primary option in attack. He kicks goals, has a good kicking game, and whilst he’s not spectacular, he scores well. If you wan’t to free up some cash, he’s one of the best options out there.
Notable Mentions Josh Mansour ($105,800, -17)
Do you think Mansour should have been in the Top 3? Vent all your built up DT anger in the comments section.
The Round 11 Guns
1. Corey Parker
Break Evens: 54
The ultimate DT gun, Parker will look to put in another monster performance against the Storm. The lock forward will still have eyes on a Maroon jumper, and with Taylor and Gillett not really grasping their opportunities in Origin 1, a little window may have opened. If his goal kicking is on song, look for him to pass his break even pretty comfortably.
2. Issac Luke
Break Evens: 64
His break even is big, but I wouldn’t want to bet against the Kiwi from getting there. He’s coming into the match well rested against a depleted Raiders, another big performance is on the cards.
Break Evens: 29Woods continues to go from strength to strength in DT and has scored +50 in his last four games. He’ll never score a monster round, but his consistent numbers are great to have in the front-row position.
Spotted any others? Let us know in the comment section below!