AFL FANTASY ANALYSIS
Nat Fyfe was having a special type of run in 2018 until injury once again interrupted his year, since the beginning of the 2016 H&A season he has played in only 62.1% of games which remains a concern for season long fantasy coaches.
Fyfe scored 100pts or more in 60.0% of games & 120pts or more in 40.0% of games in 2018.
The loss of Lachie Neale could have a detrimental impact on the fantasy game for Fyfe, he is now the prime target for any opposition coach to throw a tag at without having to worry about the support from Neale.
Fremantle Coach Ross Lyon has previously shown a tendency to move Fyfe forward to cover an underwhelming forward line, with the addition of Jesse Hogan & Rory Lobb in the recent trade period it could be a full blown Nat Fyfe midfield attack in 2019 which could result in some serious numbers.
A full pre-season is a priority from Fyfe as his previous injury history is a concern, he is a must consideration despite the possibility of constant tags.