The Green Bay Packers organization seems to be on the brink of handing the keys to QB Jordan Love. The pending Aaron Rodgers trade seems to be all but guaranteed. Once it becomes official, Jordan Love will be asked to lead this Green Bay Packers organization for the foreseeable future.
2023 will be Jordan Love’s fourth year in the NFL as he has sat behind future Hall Of Famer Aaron Rodgers since the 2020 draft. Love has only started one game in his young NFL career which came in 2021 when Aaron Rodgers was out due to COVID-19. That game came against the Kansas City Chiefs where Love completed 19-of-34 passes for 190 yards, one interception, and his first NFL touchdown, a 20-yard pass to Allen Lazard, during a 13–7 loss. Jordan Love saw some playing time in 2022 as well, in doing so, he led the NFL in one unexpected stat.
Jordan Love Led The NFL In Pass Rating In 2022
According to NFL on CBS:
Highest Pass Rating last season (min. 20 attempts)
- Jordan Love 112.2
- Brock Purdy 107.3
- Tua Tagovailoa 105.5
- Patrick Mahomes 105.2
While it is a bit of a fluky stat, as it was a very low threshold to qualify, it is certainly still encouraging to see that Love remained ready to perform even though he wasn’t the starter. That was a much better performance than in 2021 when he was thrust into the starting lineup against the Kansas City Chiefs.
If Love can get close to replicating the performance he had in a small sample last season, the Green Bay Packers offense is going to be in good hands.
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