Originally posted by CRUD:
If those last three plays in the Superbowl were called different/panned out different he'd be in the top 30. You know, as in, if we won the SB. This season is the true test. Opposing teams have film to study, we have new offensive weapons, Kaep has some experience. No more quarterback controversy distraction. He's played in the biggest game football has to offer so I'd say Kaep is ready to take the league by the throat and choke it into submission but there will be some bumps in the road for sure.
The rankings were also done before the playoffs.