Managed by longtime SI community member Wayne, the Bears squeaked into the fourth and final playoff spot with an 8-6 regular season record. In their semifinal matchup against the heavily favored 10-4 Springfield Bolts, the Bears came out swinging and delivered a beatdown, prevailing 261-180, and sending the #1 ranked Bolts home early.
While the Bolts proved to be no match for the Bears, the kentucky Moonshiners offered a much tougher challenge in the league championship. However, the Bears still prevailed in a hard fought 208-195 victory. Here are some of the highlights:
Bounty Hunting Bears Smooth Moves
- The 60 points scored by Drew Brees ranked third in the league in scoring this week and fifth for any player on Bounty Hunting Bears this season.
- Jamaal Charles ranked seventh in the league in scoring with 51 points, his highest output of the season.
- Benched RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis, who scored fewer points than any RB in the starting lineup with 1.
- Blair Walsh, who was picked up by Bounty Hunting Bears, scored 14 points against a projected 6.90, topping his projection by 102.9%.
- Picked up Julius Peppers, who beat his scoring projection by 184.2%, with 11 points against a projected 3.87.
Kentucky Moonshiners Regret Tracker
- At the QB position, Kentucky Moonshiners got outscored 60 - 16 by Bounty Hunting Bears.
- Jason Pierre-Paul scored 2 points against a projected 4.82 and has now underachieved in six straight games.
- Kentucky Moonshiners got outscored 14 - 7 by Bounty Hunting Bears at the K position.
- Of the 14 starters on Kentucky Moonshiners, 9 underperformed versus their projections.
- With 1 point versus a projected 9.92, Aaron Hernandez scored only 10.1% of his projected point total.
So there you have it, folks. Wayne’s Bounty Hunting Bears are the 2012 Secret Identity All-Pros fantasy football champions! It was a great season, and we’ll do it all again next year.
Up next--fantasy baseball!