MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 09: Robert Murphy of the Bulldogs give the thumbs up after the 2016 AFL Round 16 match between the Western Bulldogs and the Richmond Tigers at Etihad Stadium on July 9, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Don’t fret coaches, even if you had a rough first round, there is still plenty of time to get back on the right track.

Here at Zero Hanger, we’ve decided to compile a list of those who are “must haves” for round two.

Patrick Dangerfield (GEEL|MID|$716,900)

If Danger isn’t your captain for this week, go ahead and right your wrong this instant and come back to us. Done? Alright, let’s carry on. Last time he played North Melbourne he finished with 48(!) disposals, 13 marks, and two goals. All that added up to a SuperCoach score of 229. Enough said.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JUNE 18: Patrick Dangerfield of the Cats runs with the ball during the round 13 AFL match between the Western Bulldogs and the Geelong Cats at Etihad Stadium on June 18, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Todd Goldstein (NM|RUC|$588,400)

The big man in the middle for North had a solid round one, but is primed for a big score this week. Coming up against a Geelong side who are yet to have a clear cut number one ruckman, Goldstein will surely look to be aggressive. He also averages 127 over his past three outings against the Cats.

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA – SEPTEMBER 10: Todd Goldstein of the Kangaroos gets away from a tackle during the AFL 1st Elimination Final match between the Adelaide Crows and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at Adelaide Oval on September 10, 2016 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)

Josh J. Kennedy (WCE|FWD|$532,200)

Don’t expect seven goals each week, but Kennedy will deliver you consistent high scores. This week he comes up against the Saints, who may struggle to keep him quiet. Last time he played them he scored 140, and the time before that it was 105. One thing to be wary with though is the following week the Eagles play the Tigers, a side which Kennedy has notoriously struggled against in the past.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – SEPTEMBER 08: Josh Kennedy of the Eagles looks to handball against Joel Hamling of the Bulldogs during the Second Elimination Final match between the West Coast Eagles and the Western Bulldogs at Domain Stadium on September 8, 2016 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Dyson Heppell (ESS|MID|$513,300)

The Essendon captain had a massive week in round one, scoring 152. He is not only the leader of the club, but also the leader of the midfield. Brisbane haven’t always been his favourite side to play against, but there doesn’t appear to be anyone who will be able to go head-to-head with him.

Dyson Heppell celebrates during Essendon’s win over Hawthorn at the MCG on Saturday Match 25, 2017. (Getty Images)

Robert Murphy (WB|DEF|$392,300)

One of those mid-priced players that you’re normally told to be wary of. However, coming into a huge game versus Sydney, the Dogs will look to their leader for inspiration, something that Murphy can deliver in spades. He averages just over 100 against the Swans in his past three outings and could be an important cog in your back six.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – SEPTEMBER 24: Robert Murphy of the Bulldogs celebrates during the 2016 AFL First Preliminary Final match between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs at Spotless Stadium on September 24, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)