Rotowire: Jan 5 / 2:05p ET
News: Mundy finished the 2014 season as the Bears' leader in tackles and was tied for the team lead in interceptions, accruing 103 stops to go along with four picks.
Impact: In real-life terms, Mundy doesn't grade out as one of the league's better safeties, but he was a pleasant surprise in the fantasy realm. Playing behind an underachieving front seven, he racked up tackles at a strong clip in the second half of the season, topping the century mark for the first time in his career and ranking 10th among all defensive backs in the category. Among those ranking above him in tackles, only Charles Woodson had as many interceptions as Mundy, who boosted his value further by adding a sack and defensive touchdown to his season ledger. Mundy will be under contract for one more season and should be in line for a starting gig in 2015, making him a respectable IDP option.