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While 2021 was another forgettable season for Brisbane on the field, they provided Fantasy coaches with plenty of opportunities.

With a stack of players coming and going over the off-season, the new-look Broncos again could be fertile ground for coaches hunting value.

Big Guns

Payne Haas is once again the most expensive Brisbane player, despite his minutes and output slipping somewhat in 2021. This was flagged at the start of the year and while the drop-off was not dramatic, his price still took a correction through the season. His work-rate while on the park remained immense though and he starts 2022 as the fifth-most expensive player in Fantasy at $782k.

Tyson Gamble ($614k) is, remarkably, Brisbane's second-most pricey player though is no guarantee of starting the season in first grade.

Bargain Hunter

There are no obvious cut-price keepers among the Broncos' ranks but TC Robati ($392k) will be terrific value if he ends up with a big-minute role. He averaged 40 minutes across 10 games last season with four of those being 26 minutes or less, but finished with back-to-back 59-minute appearances. Kobe Hetherington ($376k) is a similar prospect while Jordan Pereira ($327k) only played four games last year and is underpriced if he nails down a starting spot.

Rule changes: Six-again and in-goal escapes

Cheapies

Highly-rated rookie half Ezra Mam ($220k) is unlikely to start the year in first grade but is definitely one to watch out for. Billy Walters ($240k) also has some work to do to get a starting spot but the coach's son will make some money if he does.

Be Wary

Given the constant reshuffling of halves at Red Hill last year, don't get too attached to whoever Adam Reynolds' ($613k) early-season partner turns out to be because if the wins don't start to rack up early, there's every chance Gamble, Albert Kelly ($550k), Walters, Mam or others could be given a shot alongside the former Rabbitohs skipper.

Rule changes: Offloads and tackle breaks

Broncos 2022 NRL Fantasy prices

Payne Haas: MID, $782,000
Tyson Gamble: HLF, $614,000
Adam Reynolds: HLF, $613,000
Kotoni Staggs: CTR, $600,000
Jake Turpin: HOK, $596,000
Patrick Carrigan: MID, $588,000
Jordan Riki: EDG, $571,000
Herbie Farnworth: CTR/WFB, $559,000
Albert Kelly: HLF, $550,000
Kurt Capewell: EDG, $511,000
Tesi Niu: WFB/CTR, $468,000
Corey Jensen: MID, $462,000
Thomas Flegler: MID, $450,000
Jamayne Isaako: WFB, $450,000
Selwyn Cobbo: CTR, $450,000
Ryan James: MID, $423,000
Keenan Palasia: EDG, $416,000
Rhys Kennedy: MID, $400,000
Brenko Lee: CTR, $400,000
TC Robati: EDG, $392,000
Corey Oates: WFB, $379,000
Kobe Hetherington: MID/HOK, $376,000
Jordan Pereira: WFB, $327,000
Cory Paix: HOK/HLF, $323,000
David Mead: WFB, $318,000
Delouise Hoeter: CTR, $240,000
Xavier Willison: EDG/MID, $240,000
Billy Walters: HLF, $240,000
Brendan Piakura: EDG, $240,000
Ezra Mam: HLF, $220,000

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