One of Aaron Rodgers‘ former teammates suggested that the Packers should start Jordan Love sooner rather than later. By now, we are all aware that the Packers have lost five games in a row and currently sit at 3-6. The last time the Packers experienced a five game losing streak during the Aaron Rodgers era was all the back in 2008, which was Rodgers’ first year as a starter.
With such a poor start, some people are asking if it’s time to start Jordan Love. On a recent episode of “The Carton Show,” Greg Jennings suggested that current Packers backup QB Jordan Love should get an opportunity to start before the season ends. Greg Jennings was Aaron Rodgers teammate from 2006-2012, where they won a Super Bowl together. When Jennings was asked whether the Packers should consider benching Rodgers, he replied by saying, “of course.”
.@GregJennings sees a scenario where Jordan Love can become the Packers' starting QB 👀
"Sooner rather than later. You got to see what Jordan Love can do."pic.twitter.com/dsRkZQOx9f
— FOX Sports (@FOXSports) November 9, 2022
Greg Jennings Says Packers Should Start Jordan Love
Jennings believes it is important for the Packers to see what Jordan Love is capable of. When asked about a time frame of when he thought Love should start, Jennings said, “Sooner rather than later. Look at their schedule. In the next three games, you’ve got the Cowboys coming in this week, you’ve got the Titans coming in a few days later, and then you’ve got to go to Philly to face the Eagles. I believe if they lose two out of these three games, which they could lose all three, it’s done. You’ve got to see what Jordan Love can do. You’ve got to give him an opportunity.”
What do you think? Should the Packers consider starting Jordan Love, depending on how the next three games go?