There was this team awhile back that had a really good D and and a pretty good offense.
The lost their starting QB and replaced him with this guy on their bench that nobody had ever heard of.
Once he got the job, he never let it go. He was something of a "game manager" to start and the D and special teams is really what won them their games. They won a Super Bowl in his first year as a starter.
Something happened tho...the balance swung the other way entirely. Several year later that same guy was leading the most prolific offense in the history of the NFL and was being called the best QB ever.
That guys name was Tom Brady.
I'm not saying Kaep is Brady. Lets make that clear. My point is that these kinds of shifts happen quicker than you think. Brady went from a Game Manager to an elite QB fairly quickly.
Bradys best QB rating before 2007 was 92.3. Then in 2007 he just went freakin' NUTS and has been Tom freakin' Brady ever since. He had never thrown THIRTY TDs before he threw FIFTY in 2007. Change happens QUICKLY.
BTW, Kaep is playing MUCH better than Tom did in his first season. Tom finished that season with 18TDs, 12 INTs, and an 86.5 rating. He also won the Super Bowl.
[ Edited by Marvin49 on Dec 21, 2012 at 10:17 AM ]