Daniel Howe

Stars in win
MHawthorn Hawks
August 14, 2021
Howe scored one goal and one behind do go with 34 disposals (26 kicks, eight handballs) and made nine marks during Saturday's 64-37 win over the Western Bulldogs.
Howe stepped up in a big way while Jaeger O'Meara was unable to play as he scored over 100 fantasy points for just the second time all season. There's only one week left for Howe in 2021, and the return of any other stars in the midfield may not allow him to flourish in the final round as well.
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Logs 31 disposals in win
MHawthorn Hawks
June 27, 2021
Howe logged 31 disposals (18 kicks, 13 handballs) and took nine marks during Sunday's 90-72 win over GWS in Round 15.
Howe may be starting to find his stride with four consecutive games of at least 20 disposals and 82 points scored. As an alternate to the in-form Tom Mitchell, Howe could have good upside as his price starts to rise.
Gets green light
MHawthorn Hawks
May 8, 2021
Howe (general soreness) has been cleared to play in Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Lowe drew an emergency designation in last week's match against the Saints due to soreness and ultimately did not play. He will return to action Sunday and take on his usual role assuming he avoids any setbacks.
Listed as emergency
MHawthorn Hawks
General Soreness
April 30, 2021
Howe (soreness) is among the emergency options for the Hawks ahead of Saturday's match versus the Saints.
Howe's emergency designation likely suggests he won't take part in the contest unless he's selected as the medical sub for the team. Even if that's the case, he's unlikely to accumulate much fantasy value considering it would, at minimum, require a night-ending injury for him to join the available ranks for the Hawks.
Listed as questionable
MHawthorn Hawks
General Soreness
April 27, 2021
Howe is listed as a test for Saturday's Round 7 game against Saint Kilda due to soreness.
Howe has played five times this season, with the Round 3 game against Geelong serving as one of his better performances. As long as he passes his test, he should be in the starting lineup.
Starting Sunday
MHawthorn Hawks
April 17, 2021
Howe made the starting lineup for Sunday's Round 5 match against Melbourne.
Howe had hurt his shoulder in Round 4 but it didn't hamper him during that match and he'll remain in the lineup for this one too. He's been consistent with no fewer than 18 disposals and seven marks in all four rounds this season.