We've all got them. Depending what we choose, can alter our life path and take us on a completely different journey to what we could even ever possibly imagine.
But, a-hem, before I get in too deep with spiritual fantasies, let's look at another fantasy - our fantasy football team.
These are riddled with decisions, options and questions, regardless of whether you're number one overall or coming 14th in your league.
I've asked around on Twitter and endeavoured to answer the most popular questions.
With Derickx I think it’s best to hold him. There are no other playing ruckmen worthy of a downgrade, so hold onto him, assuming he’s your third ruck and not your second. That’s a whole different kettle of fish.
Hold Big Tommy as you never know when injury can strike, as ruckmen (especially Aaron Sandilands) tend to be quite unreliable and injury prone.
The first step is to immediately to to Matt’s The Price is Right here.
When you’ve done that, you’ll see that there are three main options worth considering - Billy Hartung, Cam Shenton and Jono O’Rourke. I’ve excluded Charlie Cameron from the list as he’s only played one match thus far.
Shenton is the pick of the bunch, as he’s MID/FWD DPP and scores well, but he has the bye this round. He can wait - either of Hartung and O’Rourke are decent options, but neither have good job security.
I’m inclined to take a gamble on former number two draft pick O’Rourke, as Hartung is a prime substitute candidate.
If you consider yourself a bit spineless, take the safety in numbers option Hartung; most will choose him this week.
This is obviously dependent on team selections, but I’d lean towards the two Crows - option one. The main reason is that Todd Goldstein has been so underwhelming this season, you’d swear Meatloaf has been in his ear. He dominated 2013, but it’s not to be this season. His last two scores have both been 101, but it was against a Gold Coast outfit minus Tom Nicholls and Zac Smith and against the Lions with Trent West. He’s got McIntosh and Cox/Naitanui coming up too. Abort plan now.
Plus, Sammy Jacobs has been in better touch (107 average), I’d pick him ahead either way.
While I think Shelton might hang around a bit longer than Cameron, both will do their thing and rise a little in value.
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