I concur. Cannot go either way but I find Kyle's resume more impressive despite Baltimore's historic season. San Francisco turned their 4-12 campaign from a season ago into the number one seed in the Conference. That said, cannot ignore John's work either. Lamar Jackson was largely an unknown given how this league has treated dual threat QBs. Given the fact that Lamar is likely to be NFL MVP, some of that credit does have to go to Harbaugh. Then again... Greg Roman has been a larger part of Lamar's success than others are willing to give him credit for.