Every week I will be looking at players still available in 65% of leagues. There may be better options still available in your league, but this article will be focusing on the players that are likely to be available in most leagues.
Best call last week – Morgan Harper – who didn’t go nuts, but continues to put out solid scores and benefit from Turbo.
Worst call last week – Bailey Simonsson – despite switching to the left hand side for Raiders and playing against the Bulldogs he scored horribly and I should of stuck with my stance from a few weeks back, that Rapana is the only playable CTW for the Raiders.
It’s a short and late article this week as one of mates chose to get married mid-week so he could continue to watch his number one draft pick, Turbo, tear up on weekends.
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I don’t normally repeat waiver-wire picks, but it is worth mentioning Walsh again. As I said a few weeks ago, he has the potential to be the best waiver for the whole year and will continue to demand more minutes.
It’s also worth noting that Euan Aitken and Esan Marsters pumped out solid base scores as expected, without any opportunities in attack and are not owned by many players.
Let’s have a look at a few more options we have this week after some unrecognisable team announcements.
Lachlan Lam (HOK/5-8)
After a slow start to the season, Lam looked great against the Cowboys popping up on both sides of the field.
Lam is a great play against the Broncos at 5/8 and has a great running game to potentially score well throughout the season.