Social (Fantasy) Network: Value is where you find it

If you’ve been watching “NFL Fantasy LIVE” this week (and why wouldn’t you be?) you know that we’ve been handing out our midseason awards. If you’re fortunate enough to have a handful of the nominees on your roster, you’re probably having a pretty good season.

Unless you’re stuck with the guys on the list of busts. Or you’re this poor guy.

But we’d prefer to focus on the positive here at the Social (Fantasy) Network. So we asked a simple question this week … who’s your midseason MVP? The answer seemed pretty easy.

Okay, besides him.

I said besides him…oh, wait. Jamaal Charles? That is different. At least, so I thought at the beginning. Turns out, Charles has been the fantasy equivalent of warm milk and cookies for plenty of you.

Actually, quite a few of you gave big-ups to running backs. Which means you were lucky enough to grab the few fantasy rushers out there putting up consistent totals week after week. *side-eye glance to C.J. Spiller*

Okay, so there are some running backs who aren’t breaking fantasy owners’ hearts this season. But what about the QBs? Say it with me … it’s a quarterback’s league. So there have to be some passers out there earning praise.

Now if only we could find some fantasy options named Chevy or General Motors.

All of this love for the QBs and RBs left me wondering if there were any pass-catchers helping propel fantasy squads to victory.

Didn’t see that last one coming by a mile.

This week, the last word goes to Joe, who shares his very deserving MVP option with lots of other quick-thinking fantasy owners around the world.

Bravo, Joe. You know a gold mine when you see it. I’d take a look at some of the above RBs before pulling the trigger on any deals.

Who’s your midseason fantasy MVP? Hit us up in the comments section if his name didn’t make our list. In the meantime, look out for next week’s #SocialFantasy question. Happy Week 8, everybody!

– Follow Marcas on Twitter @MarcasG.

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