"There were a lot of questions," Warner said according to quotes distributed by the network. "He came out and said that he was an elite quarterback before the season. Not sure he quite lived up to that billing game in and game out throughout the season. But there is no better time to make a case for yourself than playoff time. Obviously, it's the most important time of the year, it's the last games you are going to play. So that's what everybody is going to remember about you. I don't think there are any questions anymore. I believed he was a franchise quarterback before this playoffs and now taking your time to the Super Bowl, not very many guys have that opportunity, not very many guys are those types of quarterback. I believe at the end of this whole thing, he's going to get one of those $100 million contracts. Then he is going to have to build on it and keep his team in contention year in and year out."