Social (Fantasy) Network: Giving thanks

It’s the time of year when we stop and take stock of everything that we have in our lives. Our families, our friends, the myriad little blessings that make it worth getting out of bed every morning.

We’re also thankful for a quality fantasy running back.

In a fantasy season that has been as topsy-turvy as any in recent memory, it’s worth being grateful for the guys who have posted quality numbers for you week-in and week-out. So this week, the Social (Fantasy) Network asks: which fantasy stars are you most thankful for this season?

Plenty of you must have tweeted us from the dinner table, because you had food on your minds.

Mmm…deviled eggs.

Running backs were a pretty popular option. Not surprising considering how inconsistent the position has been this year.

And he can also rock a soulful ballad. But it’s not just the rushers feeling the holiday love.

Somehow that last tweet feels a little facetious, but we’ll go with it. We’ll also go with JT, who gets this week’s final word.

With all apologies to Rich Eisen, kickers are people too.

Did we miss someone on your list? Hit us up in the comments section. Be sure to keep an eye out for next week’s #SocialFantasy question as we lead into the playoffs. Enjoy the rest of your holiday weekend and … happy Week 13 everybody!

– Follow Marcas on Twitter @MarcasG

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