Man look at that leadership and chemistry. The guys love him in the locker room. I read that he helps the DBs out in practice by coaching them on what QBs look for and how they go through progressions and react to different looks. He's a complete team player. Maybe a future coach somewhere when he gets done?
People sleep on him, but remember he was 11-5 in Minnesota and won the division over Rodgers in just his 2nd year. Then the injury. Missed a year to heal, spent several more as a backup when he could have started elsewhere so he could continue his recovery. He was just coming into his own when he suffered the injury, so no one has had the chance to see his full potential yet. Give him a few offseasons as the #1 guy under Payton and with what he has learned in his years as the GOAT's understudy, I think he has Super Bowl potential if he stays. He'll get better and better and he's only 27