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Ryan James (left) will be great value if he can finally live up to expectations after an injury-wrecked 2014 season.

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With a few veteran workhorses moving on this season, there are plenty of opportunities for young guns to mark their mark at the Titans in 2015, plus value on offer in the form of one former Bronco and a promising forward on the injury comeback trail. 

Fantasy Guns

Aiden Sezer ($337,000) – The Titans were a little short on genuine "guns" last season – none of their current squad averaged more than 40 points a game – but Sezer has enjoyed some big Fantasy scores in previous years. Granted, his price did drop by more than $145,000 over the course of last season, with the halfback no longer acting as the team's sole long-range kicker, but if new coach Neil Henry hands Sezer more responsibilities this year he could be a cut-price gun in the halves.

Wild Cards

Josh Hoffman ($268,000) – One of a couple of fullbacks to be sent on his way from the Broncos upon the arrival of Wayne Bennett and Darius Boyd, Hoffman has been signed by the Gold Coast where he is likely to wear the No.1 jersey he wore only five times in 20 games for Brisbane last season. It's his preferred position and the one in which he thrives in Fantasy – he averaged 28.2 points a game playing in the halves, but that average lifted to 42 points through the four full games he played at fullback (before an injury-affected 14 in Round 26). 

Ryan James ($192,000) – A highly-rated big man considered a future NSW Origin player at the start of 2014, James had a season to forget last year with shoulder problems limiting his game time significantly. He starts the new season at a very cheap $192,000 and should get a big role in the Titans pack under a new coach and following the departures of experienced campaigners Luke Bailey, Mark Minichiello and Ashley Harrison.

Potential Cash Cows

Daniel Mortimer ($248,000) – A genuine mid-season cash cow last year thanks to his switch from insanely cheap bit-part Roosters reserve to starting Titans five-eighth, Mortimer remains undervalued going into 2015. His starting price is based on his average score from 2014 – a season in which he averaged about 10 points a game in the first half of the year and about 38 a game in the second. He's got about $80,000 worth of price rises in him if he continues that 38-point average this season.

Kierran Moseley ($186,000) – The former Panther is a talented hooker who could get a bench spot from the start of the season, with just Beau Falloon ahead of him at the Titans following the club's sacking of Paul Carter. He's not dirt cheap thanks to a cameo appearance for Penrith last season, but if he can manage to hit 30 points a game he'll make some decent cash. 

Titans 2015 NRL Fantasy prices
Aidan Sezer, $337,000
Greg Bird, $333,000
Nate Myles, $328,000
James Roberts, $319,000
David Taylor, $301,000
Luke Douglas, $290,000
Matthew White, $285,000
Mark Ioane, $270,000
Josh Hoffman, $268,000
Beau Falloon, $254,000
Daniel Mortimer, $248,000
Kalifa Faifai Loa, $246,000
David Mead, $238,000
Caleb Binge, $232,000
Ben Ridge, $229,000
Ryan Simpkins, $204,000
Matt Srama, $204,000
Eddy Pettybourne, $200,000
Ryan James, $192,000
Anthony Don, $190,000
William Zillman, $189,000
Kevin Gordon, $186,000
Kierran Moseley, $186,000
Matt Robinson, $160,000
David Hala, $146,000
Brad Tighe, $137,000
Jamie Dowling, $128,000
Christian Hazard, $128,000
Lachlan Burr, $128,000
Kane Elgey, $128,000

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