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Keeps sucking a few in every year. I think the Supercoach premo ship has sailed for Viney followers.
Jack Viney is better than the average football player and has proven his worth with some good footy. You can expect him to be a solid player in the lineup for Melbourne.
Jack Viney is a solid supercoach prospect. He has shown in the past that he is reliable with his scoring, without setting the competition on fire. You can generally rely on Jack Viney to not throw in a stinky score, or only minimal sub 60 scores.
Jack Viney misses the occasional week with a slight niggle, which can be very annoying for supercoaches. Generally it's the type of injury that sees Jack Viney miss a week, but then return fine the week after. These are the type of players who are often a late withdrawal from games. Jack Viney is also likely to be not risked by Melbourne at the slightest hint of a minor injury.
Jack Viney is expected to play the majority of the season, but probably not every match. Will likely miss a few matches for one reason or another. This makes Jack Viney a bit risky for supercoach, but it shouldn't totally scare you off selecting him, especially if it's a cash cow inspired selection where you take him at a price too good to refuse.
Jack Viney is stuck in the 90s zone, which can be a good thing if they are solidly producing it week to week. However, it may be that this players has big highs and lows that cause this average.
Jack Viney is most likely a selection that most coaches will look at. There is nothing fancy about selecting him. In league matches, he's likely to be a solid selection against your opponent without much scope to post a match winning score. Jack Viney is known as being a core template player in supercoach. For those not wanting to take risk or make choices with flair, and want a fairly vanilla lineup, he's your man.