5. Marc Murphy - 89 (22.89%)
4. Nick Dal Santo - 46 (4.57%)
3. Joel Selwood - 0 (22.11%)
2. Luke Dahlhaus - 38 (8.66%)
1. Kurt Tippett - 42 (15.71%)
Many, many coaches went for Marc as skipper against the lowly Giants. Most coaches would've been happy with at least his average (120), but instead they got an underwhelming 89.
Dal Santo really is in the pits, but might be a smart trade-up target.
Joel Selwood pulled out of the Melbourne match, resulting in quite a few midfield donuts.
If you jumped on Luke Dahlhaus after his 149, his past two weeks of 80 and 38 have been far from acceptable.
Leading into this round he was the top ranked forward, what does he deliver? A shocking 42 points.
5. Dean Cox - 141
4. Chris Newman - 91 (70 at half time)
3. Paul Bower - 122
2. Harley Bennell - 141
1. Brent Stanton - 154
Cox hasn't kicked off 2012 like he finished 2011, but has still maintained an average around 100. He's a lot cheaper now, and a perfect upgrade target.
Defenders have been such a hard position to fill permanently this year, so Chris Newman's valiant effort to score another 21 points after half time (when he was clearly injured) was exactly what SuperCoaches love to see.
Bower has been in and out this year but 122 from a mid-priced defender is gold.
He's arrived! Finally! A whopping 37 disposals and 141 was enough to say that Harley has had his break-out game.
After a disappointing ANZAC day, Stanton delivered to prove that he has truly become an elite midfielder of the AFL.
Star of the Week
Steve Johnson 167 SC points
Hadn't scored above 70 all year. He's now only in 6.41% of teams, he's horribly out of form and you're better punting on Steve Motlop. That was the talk surrounding Steve Johnson's week - but that all changes now. Johnson is back and spending a bit more time in the midfield, and a super trade-up option. He is like Dustin Martin though, his form will be up and down - so ride the bumps!