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With several workhorse forwards, a new-look halves combination and the Morris twins, the Bulldogs feature several intriguing Fantasy options in 2016.

Fantasy guns

Aiden Tolman: The hard-working prop and James Graham lookalike tends to get through even more work than his front-row partner, and will start 2016 as the Bulldogs' most valuable Fantasy player. The NRL's reduced interchanges this season will only make big men who can play big minutes – like Tolman – more important.

James Graham: The Bulldogs skipper had a quiet campaign in 2015 by his usual standards, with suspensions and injuries keeping him to just 16 matches during the regular season. That leaves him arguably a little underpriced at $430,000 this year. Like Tolman, Graham might find himself getting more game time under the new interchange rules.

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Value buys

Brett Morris: Ranked in the top 10 Fantasy winger/fullbacks in 2015 in his first season in the No.1 jersey, and after playing just 14 games last year he could improve after a year of experience in the new position under his belt. Breaks tackles, makes a lot of metres and scores tries – just what you want in a Fantasy fullback.

David Klemmer: In the first dozen rounds of 2015, Klemmer averaged 36 minutes on the park and 32 Fantasy points a game. In the back half of the season Klemmer was given more responsibility at the Bulldogs after impressing on the State of Origin stage, and averaged 47 minutes and 44 points a game. Klemmer will start the new season with a price tag of $356,000 and a break even of about 40, meaning he is undervalued if he continues to get big minutes in 2016.

2016 NRL Fantasy prices

Aiden Tolman ($457,000) 
Michael Lichaa ($447,000) 
Josh Jackson ($432,000)
James Graham ($430,000)
Brett Morris ($365,000)
David Klemmer ($356,000)
Josh Reynolds ($334,000)
Moses Mbye ($328,000)
Josh Morris ($317,000)
Curtis Rona ($308,000)
Tim Browne ($281,000)
Greg Eastwood ($272,000)
Sam Perrett ($271,000)
Will Hopoate ($264,000)
Tony Williams ($264,000)
Shaun Lane ($262,000)
Sam Kasiano ($251,000)
Chase Stanley ($240,000)
Lloyd Perrett ($204,000)
Patrick O'Hanlon ($161,000)
Danny Fualalo ($134,000)
Harlan Alaalatoa ($134,000)
Antonio Kaufusi ($134,000)
Craig Garvey ($134,000)
Tyrone Phillips ($134,000)
Kerrod Holland ($130,000)
Jarrod McInally ($130,000)

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