The Green Bay Packers are well underway for the 2023 NFL season. OTAs are here and the team is participating in their first organized team activities of the 2023 season. Two days into OTAs, Matt LaFleur made and announcement that had fans reacting all sorts of ways on social media.
Green Bay Packers Fans React To Matt LaFleur’s Comments On Jordan Love
Per Angelo Guinhawa:
“A lot of good things and a lot to clean up,” LaFleur said, per Rob Demovsky of ESPN. The Packers coach also noted that they have yet “to see what everybody else around him can do, too.”
Of course, it isn’t a surprise that Jordan Love has some issues that he needs to address. After spending two seasons behind Aaron Rodgers, he didn’t really get a lot of chances to play. He has suited up in just 10 games so far in his career, all while starting just once.
Now that he’s set to enter the 2023 season as QB1, it’s only natural for him to encounter some growing pains. It’ll be extra difficult considering that there’s more pressure on him as well.
For what it’s worth, the Packers have been tempering expectations on Love in his first year as QB1 ever since moving on from Rodgers. The team remains confident about Love’s ability to lead the team, but they know very well that he’s “not gonna be able to step out on the field and immediately light this up,” per Dianna Russini of ESPN.
When Green Bay Packers fans saw the “a lot of good, a lot to clean up” comment, they reacted accordingly on social media. Many skeptical already of what Jordan Love could be in this league. It will be a while before Love establishes himself in the league like Rodgers did.
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