There are some words in the English language that are so contradictory to one other that it seems illogical to ever use one in conjunction with the other.
Jumbo shrimp. Awfully pretty. First-round steal.
Regarding the last set of words, this is especially true. As a fantasy football manager, if you’re looking for a value pick, you’re often not looking for it in the first round of your draft.
Yet, every year a running back drafted in the late first or early second round area, later catapulting himself past all those taken ahead of him to land as a top-three tailback by the end of the season. And every year, managers are left wondering how such a great bargain slipped past them in their drafts.
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