During the 2019 and 2020 season, the 2020 All Australian defender had been one of the most reliable scoring defenders in our side. However, a dramatic tumble down the ladder by Collingwood and a failed positional change to the forward line, has caused Darcy Moore‘s high SuperCoach number to diminish.
Moore started the 2021 AFL season priced at $430,200 but has fallen to $370,600 in the lead-up to round 10. By the way, this is also after a $4,700 increase this week. The reason for such a reduction in price is due to his 65, 59 and 24 point scores from round 5 to 7, a three-week period where Moore was thrown forward.
Prior to this move though, Moore’s first month was actually decent, starting the season with 119 and 118 points in rounds 1 and 2, before scores of 73 and 79 in the two rounds that followed. By round 4, Moore was averaging 118 SuperCoach points and had increased in value to $457,100.
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