Its getting to the challenging point of the season for coaches with the bye rounds rapidly approaching.
If you are playing for overall points, its especially important to set your team up over the rounds leading into the byes.
If youre playing week to week, keep looking to build your team; its still early days and there is plenty of money to be made.
Best of the Bunnies
George Burgess (FRF - $296,900) is heading towards his peak and this could be one of your last chances to pick up this young gun under his true value.
With his high point-scoring ability through his attacking potency, get him while you can.
As the season progresses, he may even see further price rises and shape up as a genuine keeper.
Beau Champion (CTR - $171,300) is well under market value at the moment.
With a return to full fitness following his round one injury and a break-even score of only 20, he looks to be a great buy to make you some good money.
Keep an eye out for Nathan Peats and Isaac Luke. These boys have seen significant drops in value this season and could see themselves as bargains over the next couple of rounds.
Despite being little men, they are both workhorses with capabilities to post massive scores.
Best of the Rest
Cash Cows: These specials are a little hard to come by at the moment, especially if youre chasing a cheapie.
Many players have shown they can score well, yet have struggled to cement places in their clubs top 17.
Edrick Lee (WFB/CTR - $167,200) has only seen one price rise this season.
After a strong round six performance, he looks set to make some big dollars over the next couple of weeks.
Lee is certainly one of the best options for quick cash and if he and Terry Campese continue to combine like their last outing together, his price will continue to rise for a number of weeks.
Plus, his break-even is -16.
If you dont already have Albert Kelly (HLF - $308,900) everything written above about George Burgess can be applied to this exciting playmaker.
Bargain Basement: Some of the NRLs superstars lack consistency when it comes to their high standards.
This weeks speedsters wont get much lower in value.
After poor rounds four and five, William Zillman (WFB/HLF - $213,400) let his play do the talking as he carved his way to 51 round six points.
His price will not get lower this season and is a solid long term option for your back three.
If you have the cash, dont discount Jarryd Hayne (WFB/HLF - $318,200) and Justin Hodges (CTR - $293,200). After a couple of off weeks saw them hit their season low, both of these game breakers hit back with big scores in round six. Buyer Beware: While there is no doubting the ability and potential of these two, Origin is rapidly approaching and both are near certainties for selection.
Good luck and trade wisely.