Now we have to decide, which of these bargains are worth holding onto for the whole season? And which are best to cash in for some moolah?
Brent Moloney - $481,100
22% of teams - Averaging 100.6 points
Moloney has been a terrific acquisition for the quarter of SuperCoach sides who selected him at the start. He's filled the Lions' hole and had lots of midfield time, and been consistently scoring around the 100 point mark. However, he isn't in the elite category, and you need as many elite midfielders as possible. Find some cash and upgrade to someone who will average 120+. Moloney will peak at around $520,000.
VERDICT: Sell in a month
Brett Goodes - $331,300
44% of teams - Averaging 90 points
If you've stuck fat with the B Goodes through his suspension, then it would be silly to sell him now. If he maintains his 90 point average, he'll rise to about $450,000 and from there you can do what you wish with him. Let's see if he can keep his super form up after a two week break.
VERDICT: Keep, for now
51% of teams - Averaging 100.4
After starting the season with three big hundreds, JJK was the must have forward. He's risen in price every week and continues to score heavily. Considering he's averaging in triple figures, Kennedy is a must-keep. High scoring forwards are hard to come across, and even if you off-loaded to someone dearer, you're probably only getting an extra five points per game.
VERDICT: Certainly keep
Mark LeCras - $433,200
17% of teams - Averaging 90.8
It's a tough call on the Frenchman because he's been out-performed in all aspects by his West Coast team-mate, Josh Kennedy. He's still got a little bit of money to make, so let him peak before swapping to an in-form forward. Don't think he should be in your long-term plans, but he can afford to be one of your last upgrades.
VERDICT: Hold, but keep your eyes open
Angus Monfries - $439,600
17% of teams - Averaging 95
Started the year with three tons, but hasn't gone into triple figures for a month. He was very quiet against Richmond and now would be the perfect time to swap him onto a cheap forward or upgrade him into an elite. Had his first drop in price this week which is worrying.
VERDICT: Check your options and trade accordingly
Chad Wingard - $449,600
9% of teams - Averaging 106
While most of the early-season Port bolters have waned since the opening month (looking at you Westhoff!), Chad has continued his break-out season in fine fashion. He's become a reliable midfielder who consistently kicks goals too - still plenty of money & a point of difference here.
VERDICT: Hold him for a little while longer
Jaeger O'Meara - $393,500
65% of teams - Averaging 89.6
This is your man. Hold him for a little while longer, ahead of Wines. He's getting lots of game time and lots of responsibility behind Gary Ablett in the Suns' midfield. Eventually he'll wear out, as all first year players do, but be confident that he has another month in him.
Oliver Wines - $367,100
50% of teams - Averaging 86.4
Probably time to offload Olly - he's been really good make no mistake, but holding him while others upgrade him into premium players leaves you behind the eight-ball. Much a much higher break-even this week too.
VERDICT: Hold O'Meara, trade Wines