The world of AFL related media is vast, dynamic and fast paced. If you aren’t engaged on a daily basis, you’re bound to miss something in the flood of news articles, opinion pieces, videos and social media posts – and how relevant are they all to your SuperCoach team anyway? This season, we’re solving your problem. Each week we’ll give you our take on the most SuperCoach relevant media.
2017 Avg: 113.5
Cast your minds back to round six; the Crows were the only undefeated side, their star midfielder Rory Sloane was in sublime form giving himself hot, early favouritism for the Brownlow honour – averaging 132 SuperCoach points, we were questioning if he could be stopped.
A sloppy 77 to start the year was quickly forgotten about after Sloane scored over 139 in four of his next five performances.
Prior to Round 7, the blonde-haired magician grew in SuperCoach popularity, he went from being picked in 9.4% of teams to 13% of teams in a single week. To the disappointment of those who jumped on the bandwagon, Sloane’s next two weeks were way down on his average.
In round seven, North Melbourne’s Sam Gibson kept him to 80 points, however, ex-teammate Bernie Vince did a better job on Sloane the following week allowing him just 70 points. Coincidentally, the Crows experienced their first two losses during this fortnight.
With talks of the tag back, teams tried their best to put a stop to Adelaide’s main engine worker. Read more…