The latest haul of players who have secured dual-position status this week offer premium talent up forward in the likes of two star Bulldogs.
Like the first wave of changes, players who manage to garner 35 per cent of game time in a secondary position (and have played a minimum of six games) are eligible for DPP status heading into Round 12.
Dogs skipper Marcus Bontempelli and winger Bailey Smith headline this round of changes but provide as many headaches as they do solutions. Both possess the attributes to instantaneously boost your side's scoring potential but similarly handicap you in the process as the majority of SuperCoach's highest-scoring forwards now belong to the Footscray-based side.
Other notable switches that come in handy, and with fewer headaches, are that Tigers defender Jayden Short, Kangaroos pick one Jason Horne-Francis and Swans goalkicker Isaac Heeney have gained midfield and forward status respectively. This will somewhat alleviate the stresses of the bye rounds, provided you planned out a bye-round strategy previously.
Here is every DPP addition ahead of Round 12 (via The Herald Sun)...