Todd Goldstein
Controlled in loss
RNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
August 30, 2020
Goldstein made 21 hitouts and completed five clearances while also logging 14 disposals (four kicks, 10 handballs) during Sunday's 91-28 loss to Gold Coast Suns.
Goldstein has been one of the best players in the league all season, but but even he can't do it all without more help. He was kept to another average performance by counterpart Jarrod Witts, who ended up winning their battles by a slim margin. As the season winds down, keep an eye on the ruck matchups before selecting Goldstein.
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Improved effort in loss Sunday
RNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
August 10, 2020
Goldstein had 17 disposals (three kicks, 14 handballs) and two tackles in Sunday's 92-35 loss to Melbourne.
Goldstein ramped up his production Sunday as the Kangaroos remained competitive for a large portion of the game. The Demons booted six unanswered goals during the final term, which certainly took away from the positive for the Kangaroos. Goldstein is typically one of the more consistent assets on a weekly basis and should continue to receive plenty of opportunities moving forward.
Struggles in loss
RNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
August 5, 2020
Goldstein collected 15 disposals (eight kicks, seven handballs) and made 17 hitouts during Wednesday's 90-57 loss to Geelong.
Goldstein has been one of the few bright spots for the Kangaroos all season but even he couldn't perform to his standards with his team losing nearly every mark. Over his past two matches, Goldstein hasn't topped 20 hitouts. If this trend continues, it could pose worries for Goldstein's value. However, he'll still have plenty of chances to maintain his high production.
Continues outstanding season
RNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
August 2, 2020
Goldstein produced 19 disposals (five kicks, 14 handballs), four tackles and two behinds in Saturday's 119-50 victory over Adelaide.
Goldstein was fantastic for the Kangaroos, turning in another five-star performance. Easily one of the team's best this season, Goldstein tallied another 19 hit-outs to go with a team-high eight clearances. It was the highest score by any team thus far this season and the Kangaroos will be hoping it is the launching pad as they look to string a few victories together.
Makes 26 hitouts in loss
RNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
July 19, 2020
Goldstein made 26 hitouts and six clearances to go with 14 disposals (eight kicks, six handballs) during Saturday's 77-23 loss to Richmond.
Goldstein made less than 30 disposals for the first time in six matches, which resulted in a more average match for the star ruck. Given how well he's played over the rest of the season, Goldstein should have no problems getting back on track as long as the rest of the team maintains their composure.
Another big showing in loss
RNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
July 11, 2020
Goldstein connected on 30 hitouts to go with one goal and 19 disposals (13 kicks, six handballs) during Saturday's 67-53 loss to Essendon.
Goldstein was again the highest-jumping Kangaroo while the attack continued to struggle. He ranks second in hitouts in the AFL and is among the top scoring Rucks, which makes a huge difference when the offense leaves much to be desired. After four straight losses, up next is a match against Richmond.