In reality, his massive price drop was due to him being a little over-priced at the start of the season, mixed with a month of poor form. However, Pendlebury’s form outside of that struggle-period was good, with his last game against Adelaide resulting in a 108 point return.
It’s now doubtful his price will drop much further. We know that Pendlebury will continue to score between 90-100 points consistently and how many other midfielders can you say will do that at this price?
I’m not saying trade out a possible maxed out priced midfielder like Clayton Oliver for Scott Pendlebury. I’m just saying if you could swap out some rookies that have increased in value, such as a Riley Collier-Dawkins for Pendlebury, it could be an interesting point-of-difference advantage come finals.