Deciding who to pair your first-round pick with will be one of the most important decisions that you make during your draft. Not every second-round pick fits well with every first-round pick, and a less than ideal pairing can get you into trouble. After the second round, you should have a pretty good idea of the punting build that you will be employing. You usually don’t have to fully commit to a build after the second round, but often, your second-round pick will take a strategy or two off of the table. Below are some first- and second-round pairings that complement each other well and may be available in leagues with 14-to-18 teams. I’ve broken them down by first-round pick […]
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