Marc Murphy and Dane Swan won't make the disappointment list, as they were both injury affected scores.
5. Brett Deledio - 157 - Oh yes. He's arrived, and he's easily in the top bracket of SuperCoach selections, not to mention the best defender.
4. Tom Rockliff - 146 - Rockliff still flies under the radar a bit in my opinion, and after a sluggish start to the year, he's certainly back.
2. Gary Ablett - 150 - This is why he's the best, week in, week out, he scores amazingly. Did someone say knee injury?
1. Daniel Merrett - 177 - Nobody saw this coming, and nobody has him in their side. But because of his 5-goal first quarter, he gets our weekly number one.
5. Jordan Lewis - 72 (7.63%) - Not quite a gun yet, as these 70-odd games still occur a tad too frequently.
4. Dyson Heppell - 63 (12.98%) - Heppell has been consistently around 90 every week, so only 63 against a weaker side like Richmond was really disappointing.
3. Matthew Pavlich - 48 (17.04%) - Coming off two good scores, many coaches brought Pav in, but a disappointing 11 disposal performance just wasn't good enough.
2. Bryce Gibbs - 59 (3.82%) - On the back of three sub-100 scores, it's now or never for Gibbs. Carazzo and Murphy are gone from the midfield, hopefully he can find a bit more time in there now.
1. Jack Riewoldt - 60 (12.9%) - Riewoldt continues to let coaches down, especially in the big games. Consistency is non-existent.
In the Twitterverse
@Strauchanside "Hero for me was Daniel Merrett, proving that Liam Pickering can be wrong. Disappointment: Melbourne FC"
@Prospect_SOA "Hero Dangerfield, Villain Murphy"
Star of the Week
Patrick Dangerfield 174 SC points
35 disposals, 23 kicks, 4 marks, 6 tackles, 2 goals
Unlike the aforementioned Jack Riewoldt, Dangerfield lives for the big matches. His average over the last three rounds is 131, and his price has soared $125k since the start of the year.
If you took the punt on his breakout season, then it was a very smart decision.
Who were your stars and disappointments? Comment below!