I'm glad we won. I don't expect BK to change fundamentally from wanting big chunk plays. That means I don't expect much more than 8-9 win seasons, so I'm not going to get my hopes up.
BK's best season was with a rookie QB because he played conservative on offense, which he did with Malik today. When his QB gets experience, and he opens up the playbook to do what he "wants", he steps on his dick.