For this side, I've tried to structure it pretty realistically, except for the fact that I've got three elite ruckmen and seven elite midfielders in the same team, I guess.
I've also added a 'left-field' selection from each position, the mid-priced player who has really been good 'bang for your buck' this year.
See my complete team right at the bottom of this page.
Beau Waters - SC average: 100.5
It wasn't all that long ago that Waters was considered an injury-prone no go zone. Not the case any more, if you don't let his bad temper (and bad record) bother you.
Heath Scotland - SC average: 101
Only one week out due to injury has been an exceptional return from this bloke, especially because I wrote him off at the start of the year. Look for an equally strong second half.
Brett Deledio - SC average: 117.8
'Lids has been strong over the past few seasons, but not until 2012 did he stamp himself as the premier defender of the competition. Five scores over 120 is awesome and he's only scored below 100 once.
Brendon Goddard - SC average: 103.2
The only SC player with 'God' in his name, probably for good reason. He hasn't torn it apart like he did in 2010 (average of 130), but still a secure 100 each week isn't to be sneezed at.
Alex Rance - SC average: 93.3
The 'Trossman' has been very good this year in SC circles, and after being canned earlier in the year, he has maintained his good form. His lowest score has been 65, on the day that he cleaned up Buddy Franklin.
Troy Chaplin - SC average: 90.7
No-one knows how Chaplin does it, because so many matches are unseen to the 'average' SuperCoach's eye. But plenty of uncontested marks, kicks and rebound fifties do add up to a very safe defensive option.
Brent Stanton - SC average: 122.7
This spot was between him and his captain (Jobe Watson), and I just couldn't ignore Brent, because I love a good break-out player. After being booed by his own supporters just last year, Brent started the year with six 130+ scores in his first eight matches. The only one who could match him was...
Gary Ablett - SC average: 139.1
The undisputed SuperCoach king. I think an average of close to 140 and only one score sub-100 speaks for itself. If you don't have him, he'll never be this cheap again. A no-brainer for captain.
Joel Selwood - SC average: 124.8
Another one who I stupidly ignored for round 1, due to his high concussion rate. But the new Geelong captain hasn't scored below 100 all year. Now that is the consistency you want. Four scores over 140 top off a great season thus far.
Josh P. Kennedy - SC average: 120.9
Another breakout player as such, and I'm sure the Hawks will be kicking themselves that they let this guy go so easily, particularly after his 173 against them in round 5! Selwood and Kennedy compliment Ablett and Stanton well I believe. Good luck getting a clearance, opposition!
Lenny Hayes - SC average: 101.9
He hasn't been in the top ten midfielders, but his return from a serious knee injury has been phenomenal, and he remains as one of the most loved footballers in our game. We love you Lenny!
Ivan Maric - SC average: 113.8
He has been unstoppable - he's yet to have a price drop and his scores seem to get bigger every week. He's the ultimate mid-priced pick-up, new club, and don't the Richmond supporters love him?
Nic Naitanui - SC average: 114.6
No one thought that Nic Nat would be the competition's most consistent ruckman two years ago, but a score between 100 and 120 for every match bar one this season proves it. Then, on Thursday night, he showed how dominant he can be, with 185 points against Carlton.
Steele Sidebottom - SC average: 115.4
We expected that he would move into the midfield, but we didn't expect him to have the sort of impact that he's had. Not that the Coaches with Sidebottom are complaining - four scores over 130, including 156 twice, and Dual Position eligibility.
Steve Johnson - SC average: 93.3
His start to the season was appalling - but those coaches who were smart enough to cash in reaped the rewards, with more midfield time came larger scores. And at the end of the day, that's what we want from our forwards. His average in the last six is 118.3.
Dayne Beams - SC average: 109.9
Luke Ball's start to the season meant that Beams' was subsequently poor - yet since Ball's injury he's been one of the best forwards. His highest score has been his 175 against Adelaide in the wet, and in his last three matches he's average 144.3. That's Ablett-esque!
Nick Riewoldt - SC average: 103.4
According to critics, Riewoldt's SuperCoach days ended last year when he struggled through injury. He has been one of the best key forwards again this year though, with seven 100s and a high of 159. His injury against the Crows means that he's no certainty to make the end of year team though.
Lance Franklin - SC average: 118.3
It wouldn't matter to me if he hadn't scored over hundred before or since. Franklin's 13 goals and 136 against North Melbourne cements his spot - every team needs someone who can deliver a massive score. His average from the last three matches? Oh, only 155.7.
Kurt Tippett - SC average: 102.6
I think Tippett really deserves this as it's been a good year for him so far. No matches missed through suspension or injury, and four scores above 125. I just wonder if he would score better if he was played in ruck...
Shannon Hurn - SC average: 93.4
Due to the amount of injuries in the collective SuperCoach defence, there really isn't too much to choose from. Hurn has been serviceable, he's risen in price, he hasn't missed a game, and he's got a highest score of 127.
Scott Pendlebury - SC average: 124.2
Probably between him and Dane Swan for this spot, but I think he deserves it due to his class. Throw in four scores above 140 and only two below 100, and you've got a very reliable midfielder. Starting the year as the most expensive player, I somehow expected more from him this year. But alas, he's no challenger for Ablett, yet.
Patrick Ryder - SC average: 110.9
Just as the Bombers have been good this year, Ryder has been very good as well. He's averaging a good amount of hitouts to advantage and has drifted forward to kick 12 goals for the year. Adding to that, he's averaging 105 in Essendon losses, a very good result.
Patrick Dangerfield - SC average: 111.6
Dangerfield can consider himself very unlucky not to make the starting 18, but I was so unsure whether to have him in the forward line, or midfield, I ended up starting him on the pine. It's easily been his breakout year, he's lowest score is a remarkable 86, and his highest a mammoth 174 against the Blues.
Left field selections:
Michael Johnson - SC average: 98.7
he's got a nice average, and his consistency is as good as anyone's, but I just can't bring myself to pick him. But the bottom line is, he's getting loads of uncontested footy in the back half - Ross Lyon's style of footy really suits him. Last three average is 110.7
Brad Ebert - SC average: 103.8
Did you take SCHQ's advice and get him at the start of the year? He started at only $344,000, and he's played every match this year, and every score has been between 90 and 116. He's not captain material, but you can't ask for any more from a mid-priced player.
Sam Jacobs - SC average: 96.9
I'm still surprised to see that only 3.66% of teams own Jacobs - his hitout to advantage ratio is up with the best in the game and he has scored over 100 five times this year. Just not elite yet.
Harley Bennell - SC average: 95
After a quiet first season, the Harley Davidson has exploded this year, and since round 6 he's averaged 107. An awesome result from a second-year, mid priced forward. Sorry Porps, he's been the best so far.
Unlucky to miss: Jobe Watson, Scott Thompson, Taylor Walker, Trent Cotchin, Dane Swan
What do you think? Who did I miss? Leave your thoughts below!