The first round is hard to screw up, but things get tricky after that. Not every second-round pick fits well with every first-round pick and a less than ideal pairing can get you into trouble. Below are some first- and second-round pairings that compliment each other well. I’ve broken them down by first-round pick and punting strategy. I’ve also included a breakdown of where you will stand after the second round if you start with one of the below pairings. I did this so that you can have an idea of what categories you will need to focus on in the middle rounds. To figure out where each pairing is likely to land you in each category, I compared each […]
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