The Green Bay Packers offense did not have a great game on Monday night. Jordan Love, who had been taking great care of the ball in the first two games, turned the ball over three times tonight including the game-sealing interception. In the postgame interview, Love talked about what he saw on each interception.
Green Bay Packers Jordan Love On Interceptions
The first one was the worst of them all and Love revealed that he simply did not see the linebacker. It was a ball that really shouldn’t have been thrown even if the linebacker wasn’t there. On the second one, he forced the ball to Christian Watson and it got tipped for another pick. On the interception to end the game Love thought that Watson had his man beat (which he did) but Love simply underthrew it. The first-year starter knows that this is something that has to stop. “I gotta be better. Gotta take care of the ball better,” Love said from the podium. Going into the bye week, the Packers have a lot to work on.
Inconsistency On Offense
There are times when this offense looks unstoppable. Love is slinging the ball all over the field to a variety of weapons and the chains are moving. Then there are times like most of tonight when the offense looks disjointed and sloppy. Two straight dropped passes on the final drive were a killer and might have been the reason that Love felt like he needed to force the issue. The interceptions are what need to be fixed soon. Turning the ball over is a surefire way to lose your team some games. Even if the inconsistent play continues, simply not turning the ball over will make a world of difference.
The team now has a couple of weeks to prepare for another seemingly easy opponent, the Denver Broncos. Jordan Love and the rest of the offense need to show that they can find some consistency. If not, the team could be left with a lot of questions as the season rolls on.
Jordan Love of the Green Bay Packers opened up about the interceptions during the Week 5 loss. The young quarterback’s turnovers were pivotal moments in the game. To delve deeper into this and other Packers’ updates, head over to Green Bay Packers News.
Frequently Asked Questions
Jordan Love threw six interceptions in the Packers' 17-13 loss to the Raiders.
Yes, Jordan Love made his first NFL start on November 7, 2021, filling in for Aaron Rodgers, who was unable to play due to a positive COVID-19 test.
Yes, Jordan Love does have a girlfriend named Ronika Stone. She is also a talented athlete, showcasing her skills alongside Love's rise as the new star quarterback for the Green Bay Packers.