Packers WR Jordan Love Makes A Surprising Confession

Jordan Love #10 of the Green Bay Packers warms up before the game against the Minnesota Vikings at US Bank Stadium on November 21, 2021 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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Recently an era came to an end for the Green Bay Packers when they traded future Hall of Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers to the New York Jets.

Now he will hand over the reigns to Jordan Love, who has been waiting patiently for the past three seasons.

Wide receiver Romeo Doubs made an interesting statement when he said he thinks Love “could do the exact same thing” as Rodgers.

It’s unfair of a 24-year-old to expect the same level of love as Rodgers.

He has only played in 10 games in his three seasons in the NFL, and it is unknown how well he will prove at this point.

In three seasons at Utah State University, Love performed fairly well, posting 8,600 passing yards and 60 touchdowns, and Green Bay saw enough potential in him to take him with the No. 26 pick in the 2020 draft.

Unfortunately, Love won’t have a lot of weapons.

In addition to losing Rodgers, the Packers also saw wide receivers Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb join Rodgers in New York, and so they could be more offensively anemic in 2023 than they were last season.

They will have to lean more heavily on their solid running back duo of AJ Dillon and Aaron Jones to be competitive.

There’s a distinct possibility the Packers will finish last in the NFC North in 2023, but that could yield a high draft pick, and they could get another first-rounder from the Jets if Rodgers plays at least 65 for his new team. Percentage plays in snaps. ,

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