Luckily, plenty of great trades are on offer to ail your Dream Team worries.
Best of the Bunnies
Beau Champion (CTR - $178,600) is the Rabbitohs buy of the week.
He is rapidly returning to form and will be looking for Adam Reynolds and GI to create some right-side attacking opportunities for him as he rebuilds his season.
His defence is rock solid, so dont expect him to miss anything.
Enforcer, Roy Asotasi (FRF - $211,900), wont be cheaper again this season.
His increased work load over the last two rounds has Asotasi shaping up as one of the teams form forwards.
If he rekindles his 2012 statistics, he will gain big dollars.
Keep an eye on Jason Clark (2RF/HOK - $200,300).
Not only does he have the lure of being a dual position player, his return to first grade in round seven was a strong performance.
If he replicates that this week, he could be a positive addition to your squad.
Issac Luke (HOK - $325,300) looks to be only a week or two from his season low.
Watch this space. When he hits it, coaches everywhere will be picking him up and you wont want to miss that boat.
Best of the Rest
Cash Cows: Its a good week to make some easy money, with a couple of top cash cows coming to the fore and options in all price ranges.
Suaso Sue (2RF - $101,600) looks to be the obvious choice for fast cash.
This rookie hasnt yet played over 40 minutes a game in his short NRL career, but has tackled his way to 39 and 28 points, respectively.
These scores alone will see his stocks rise rapidly over the next few weeks.
Mark Minichiellos (2RF - $269,500) return to the Titans first grade team has shown form that has warranted holding his spot in the team.
He also looks set for a big price rise after moving to the starting 13.
Minichiello has an early average of 55.
If youve got the cash in the bank or a cash cow who is starting to dry up, look to upgrade.
He could be a keeper.
Bargain Basement: Jarryd Hayne and Justin Hodges both saw substantial price jumps after strong round seven performances, proving its important not to ignore the big guns when they have a temporary form slump.
There dont appear to be too many mid-range options for significant price rises this week, but some players have hit their season lows.
These guys, if they find form, could be top money spinners.
Gareth Widdop (HLF - $246,200) has been overshadowed by the Big Three at Melbourne this year and, as a result, has plummeted in value.
He scored 56 in round one, so is capable of a high score.
Hes been solid over the last two weeks, working back to form.
If he continues to improve, he could be a great buy.
A very average round five performance has put Ben Pomeroy (CTR - $234,200) at rock bottom.
He hit back with 44 points against the Bulldogs last week and looks set to be on his way back up.