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3/23/2010

AFL Dream Team 2010: Lock and Load

With only 2 days until the start of the 2010 AFL season, you should have your Dream Team locked in by now. If you haven't started your research, then you will be saying goodbye to Mr. Finals this year. Even so, The Rushed Behind is here to help, by giving you some lockable options in each position which most serious players will have.

Backs:
Luke Hodge ($366,800): Absolute gun and underpriced.
One of Josh Hunt ($164,100), Beau Waters ($152,800) or Tadgh Kennelly ($204,700): Quality improvers who will fill the 7th backline position (Waters or Hunt could be used on the bench if you feel rich).
Matt Maguire ($101,700):Solid bench cover who should play 22 games.

Mids:
One of Gary Ablett ($522,000), Dane Swan ($523,500) or Jimmy Bartel ($480,200): Lock in captain.
Dustin Martin ($149,500): Will play 22 and score highly. The Rich of 2010.
Michael Barlow ($105,800): Elevated off rookie list and will score highly, playing most if not all games.

Rucs:
Robbie Warnock ($101,800): Should play quite a bit as your 3rd ruck
A $77,800 Ruckman: None of them will play, but you won't need them to. Consider Lobbe at $94,500 for dual positioning if you have Tippett in your Fwds.

Fwds:
Daniel Giansiracusa ($378,500): Gun who is killing it in preseason and was down last year on historical numbers
Lance Franklin ($354,900): Suspended for round 1, but will improve back towards his 2008 form with more supply this year.
Tom Rockliff ($101,100): By far the best performing bench forward in the NAB Cup

To help pick your bench players, Dream Team Talk has put together a guide to rooks for round 1. As for the rest of the team, best of luck and may the Virtualsports servers hold up long enough that you can get in to fix your team during the partial lockout. There are still a few spots left in the Rushed Behind league, so enter the code 192161 if you want a challenge. If you don't know what Dream Team is, check out N00bteam.

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