Six Nations underperforming XV: Misfiring Finn Russell and more

We look at which Six Nations players have failed to failed to live up to expectations in the competition so far based on their Six Nations fantasy Rugby performances.

Fullback: Stuart Hogg – Scotland
Value: 5 Points: 8

A massive 81% of fans have picked the Scottish speedster in their teams and although his performances have not been terrible – his fantasy points have been uninspiring with Mike Brown proving better value for money so far.


Winger: Tommy Seymour – Scotland
Value: 4 Points: 4

He ended the Lions tour as top try-scorer but the Glasgow winger has failed to make a similar impact on the 2018 Six Nations thus far. It’s fair to say the over 10% of players wh picked him will be disappointed.


Centre: Jonathan Joseph – England 
Value: 4 Points: 4

Considering 16% of fans invested in the centre, they’ll be disappointed he’s not done more with his time on the pitch. A replacement against Italy, he then started against Wales but never really looked like scoring.


Centre: Chris Harris – Scotland
Value: 2 Points: 3

He had a nightmare against Wales and is unlikely to get another start in the Six Nations this year. Didn’t live up to the hype.


Winger: George North – Wales
Value: 5 Points: 1

The expensive winger hasn’t had a chance to deliver yet. The 10% of fans that have picked him will be hoping he can turn his form around this weekend from the bench.

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