Why has a gun WFB all of a sudden become a dud? Who are some solid non origin players to keep in mind over the rep period? Gun Edge players declining? These are some of the questions that will be answered in the round 10 preview of buy, sell and hold. It’s essential to keep in mind that GameDay Squad is a dynasty fantasy football platform and that will be heavily taken into consideration in this article. Let us know your thoughts on who we have included below on all of our socials - twitter, facebook, instagram, discord.
Parramatta Eels - Half (HLF)
Mitch Moses was dazzling in Round 9 and took out my player of the weekend. With the Eels run of games coming up (Titans, Raiders, Rabbitohs (minus origin stars), Cowboys then the bye in round 14 I can see Moses putting up decent numbers during this time and the Eels form is on the rise. With halves Munster, Cleary and possibly Hynes at origin Moses will likely fill the void very nicely. If you can get your hands on the Eels play maker, I’d say it is very wise move.
Manly Sea Eagles - Edge-Forward (EDG)
Haumole has been solid the past few weeks and I could see him possibly being picked for Game one for the New South Wales Blues. With the decline of Papali’i, the big Tongan enforcer could be your go to for the 2nd edge spot behind David Fifita until origin begins. With decent scores in an up and down Manly side DCE has been linking very well with his bodyguard on the right side hence the increase in attacking stats. The only worry is Haumoles’ missed tackles (MT) with the form he is in though he could be a nice option to have.
South Sydney Rabbitohs - Hooker (HOK)
Damien Cook has been far from his best this season averaging 53pts which is well down on current seasons. Even with the Rabbitohs firing, Cook just does not seem to be his normal scoring self which is concerning for owners. His running meters (RM) are way down than previous years also, only averaging 71 per game and his missed tackle (MT) count is higher than previous seasons currently 2.3. I would only be playing Cook if you don’t own Harry Grant, Jeremy Marshall-King or Reece Robson.
Brisbane Broncos - Winger/Fullback (WFB)
With Walsh coughing up a single digit score this week and the Broncos draw seemingly becoming more difficult (Manly, Storm, Panthers) Walsh could be a player you look to rest with the likes of Latrell Mitchell, Dylan Edwards and James Tedesco starting to fire. Walsh is also high in the pecking order for origin which will see him miss a fair chunk of time in the coming month. He's a riskier player to place on your bench with his explosiveness, I think the players mentioned above will give you better output.
Sydney Roosters - Edge-Forward (EDG)
With Angus returning from time away from the game he is one to have on your radar as he works his way back into first grade. We all know the potential he possess and if not selected for origin and starting for the Roosters could be a nice option. Be aware of competition for edge spots at the Roosters though which may mean Angus does not play 80min on a regular basis. Watch.
Wests Tigers - Edge-Forward (EDG)
Since moving to the Tigers Papali’I has not hit the heights of his 2022 season with the Eels averaging only 43pts. His scoring is very inconsistent and with the Tigers changing their playing 13 every week it seems it has affected the flow and cohesion of the squad. I would like to see some better performances by the Tigers before I play IPap in my 13 again. After their huge upset of reigning premiers Penrith in Round 9 could this be the confidence they need and we see IPap hit those dizzy heights of 2022?