Could Colin Kaepernick make an MVP run in his first full season as a starter?So far, so good.In his MVP Watch, Dan Graziano ranked Kaepernick second behind Denver's Peyton Manning. There was no way Manning wasn't going to be ranked first after that seven-touchdown showing against Baltimore.However, Kaepernick is off to a nice start as well. He threw for a career-high 412 yards in a 34-28 San Francisco win over Green Bay on Sunday.