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The Diamonds Go Back To Back

It took 12 years for this league to crown a two time champion, and it is done in back to back fashion. The Denver Diamonds beat the Detroit Devils, 128-124. The game tied the record for the closest fantasy bowl ever. The Diamonds were lead by 43 points out of Steven Jackson, who they traded for back in week 12. It was a great trade, as Jackson put up 87 points in the post season. However, Fantasy Bowl MVP went to the losing Devils and Drew Brees. Brees gained his 4th personal award and his 51 points was the second highest in Fantasy Bowl history. The Jesters finished out their great season with a Bronze Bowl victory over the Surge. The Jesters had the most points over the season, but a rough week 16 cost them a shot at the title. They finished the season with some unlikely studs on their team, including Best Draft Pick Steve Slaton, Free Agent Award winner Kurt Warner, and rookie Matt Forte, who finished with the best record among running backs. Add that to Brian Westbrook, Steve Smith, and Andre Johnson, and it makes you wonder how they didn't win it all. The Blizzard beat the Chippers in the Aussie Bowl, finishing out good seasons for two teams that were in the top 4 in points. The Overrated Bowl was a reversal of fortunes. The Trim had the third worst post season record, while the Grizzly Bears had the best. Chicago was the #8 seed, while Montana started off the season 5-0 and won the Red. Yet, Chicago beat Montana 134-110 to go 2-1 in the post season, while Montana, shockingly, went winless in the post season. It took 17 weeks, but San Francisco finally won a game outside of their division. They beat the Reign to finish 6-1 in the division and 1-9 out of the division. The Pistons had an extremely disappointing and streaky year, but they finished with their first Toilet Bowl victory.