Grand Theft Roto: Embracing sudden change
I don't want this to sound like a college midterm, but let's compare and contrast.
In fantasy baseball, first baseman Carlos Pena had to hit 30 homers over the course of four months before many fantasy owners would finally believe in him. Meanwhile, Kevin Curtis erupted like a zit on prom night to the tune of 11 catches, 221 yards and a trio of touchdowns in Week 3, and now his owners are hiring answering services to field all the trade calls.
Consider this Example No. 256 of why fantasy ...
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