He's poor in defensive reads, poor under the high ball when pressured, and is only useful in attack, and even then he needs open field to create chances. Slater in defensively solid, very useful in attack and can create an opportunity out of nothing. Inglis is good, but I don't rate him as highly as nearly everybody else does at fullback.
Thats why Slater is number 1. Also i think Josh Hoffman would disagree about defensive reads. His defense is more than adequate and his attcking ability is outstanding.
We'll have to agree to disagree. Whilst Inglis is pretty solid for Souths at the back, he's not IMO a better option than say Bowen for the Maroons, because Bowen has the defence, the high ball pressure, the combo with JT. Inglis is a beast in the centres at Origin and I hope for our sake he doesn't take it over to the fullback spot.
They have internet access in some weird places these days. Grant has done it for 3 YEARS! Woods hasnít even played first grade that long.
Woods has accomplished more consistent numbers and performances in his 18 months of first grade than Grant has. Your numbers would be high as well if you only played 7 games a season. Ray Cashmere averages 60 in Super Coach, and Tolman averages 58. Is Cashmere a better buy? No, because he has that average from 1 game, not 15 like Tolman.
They are different styles of players. This is getting ridiculous, have you watched either or them play a game of football in your life? Or do you cling onto the stats at the end of the round like a geek? For the record i don't want either but Tariq Sims is a backrower, Ashton is a prop. While he can and has played 2nd row in the past the Cowboys for the entire year have used Ashton either as a starting prop or off the bench. His average minutes per game is awful as he is behind both Tamou and Scott (both SOO reps). Its easy to make metres off the bench as you know you're going to be playing 40 mins tops. Even when he starts he barely cracks 50 mins. Oh and eligability wise i have no idea who he's eligable for seeing as he played for Fiji, Tariq is declared for NSW and their younger brother is declared for Queensland.