If Jordan Love were ready to go, Aaron Rodgers would be gone

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The Packers have insisted on keeping Aaron Rodgers around for at least 2021 for one very simple reason. His replacement isn’t ready.

Jordan Love, the quarterback for whom the Packers traded up in the first round of the 2020 draft, hasn’t gotten the reps necessary to prepare to play. With no preseason last year due to the pandemic, Love has never taken a snap in any NFL game. The Packers simply couldn’t have made him the quarterback this year without assuming a significant risk that he’ll be overwhelmed and, in turn, his performance will be underwhelming.

If Love were ready to go, Rodgers undoubtedly would be gone. The philosophical divide between Rodgers and the Green Bay front office remains, with the team viewing Rodgers as a mere employee and Rodgers believing he has earned greater consideration than that. Gutekunst disputed on Thursday the suggestion that the team doesn’t treat players well — less than 24 hours after Rodgers took the podium with the smattering of Gs behind it to complain about the manner in which the front office treats players.

“We are always very sensitive to what those players have given this organization, and when we go through that it’s always with class and dignity,” Gutekunst said. “But again it’s a hard business and I think sometimes obviously the Packers may take the brunt of what is the NFL business.”

That last comment is very interesting. Why would Gutekunst think the Packers take the brunt of what the NFL business is? Is it because the Packers currently are the only NFL shoved against the ropes by a franchise quarterback who, in Gutekunst’s apparent view, can’t or won’t understand the basic nature of the way the NFL operates — and is suddenly willing to complain about it publicly?

Gutekunst also admitted on Thursday that the Packers traded for Randall Cobb because of Rodgers, and Gutekunst acknowledged that efforts to placate Rodgers from a personnel standpoint make Gutekunst’s job harder. Surely, he didn’t want to trade for Cobb. After all, Gutekunst let Cobb walk away in free agency in 2019 (he landed in Dallas for one year, $5 million) and didn’t sign him when he became available in 2020. In other words, the Packers wanted to move on from Cobb. They brought him back because Rodgers wanted him. There’s surely some resentment that Rodgers coerced the team into doing something that the team didn’t want to do.

What it wants to do is move on with Jordan Love, but Jordan Love isn’t ready. Thus, while Rodgers embarks on what quite possibly will be the final year of his Green Bay career, whether the team lets Rodgers move on after 2021 will depend on whether Love will be ready to move in as the starter.

If Love is ready to go, Rodgers will be gone. If Love isn’t prepared to play in 2022, that’s when things could get (or stay) interesting, with the Packers deciding that it’s in the best interests of the team to keep a quarterback who clearly doesn’t want to be there, but won’t come right out and say it.

77 responses to “If Jordan Love were ready to go, Aaron Rodgers would be gone

  1. With me back in training camp and the regular season starting in a few weeks, this will be my last post.

    It’s tough being successful and in the spotlight. Everyone wants to tear you down. Think about it, total strangers post nasty things about you, including your oersonal life, and often times it’s based on whatever is read in media, not the facts.

    Think about the hurt it causes especially to those close to me. At the end of the day we are all human.

    We all need to be nice to each other. The world needs it and it starts with us. Wishing everyone the best and win or lose,  hope you all enjoy the season.

  2. How will Love get ready to go Mike? Do you really think j he will get any significant playing time unless Rogers is injured? The scenario you paint will be virtually unchanged heading into next season as well

  3. Rodgers is an employee tho.

    Cobb’s comments sorta paint Green Bay in a different light than Aaron does. Of course Cobb has the advantage of actually having played in 2 other places while Aaron has not. And much like Favre – once Aaron leaves and ends his career – he’ll realize that the grass wasn’t all that much greener and if he wanted his side to look better, maybe he should have worked on watering it himself.

  4. Why would anyone expect Joran Love to be ready to go? The Packers were expecting him to sit, watch and learn for for a couple of years like Aaron(4 years) did behind Farve. Last year was all messed up and didn’t count with Covid. This will be his first year to sit and learn. Everyone now days thinks you draft and throw them in the fire right away which isn’t the best way to do it.

  5. Can we just send Rodgers to the team with the best offer? Let the diva be someone else’s problem!

  6. Didn’t Love play QB in college? Plenty of rookie QBs come in and start day one. Love bot being ready says more about his own preparation than the hand he was dealt.

  7. Rodgers and the Packers are that fighting couple that makes everyone else’s night super uncomfortable.
    The question I have is will they make it to the regular season?
    The NFL season is a really long haul, made longer then ever this year. What happens if there is an injury here, an injury there, a San Diego/Jets way of a game slipping thru their fingers and (for whatever reason) GB finds themselves behind in the rankings?
    Does Rodgers make it thru the entire season as the starter?

  8. And if that was the case, Gutekunst would go down as the GM who took GB from perennial contender to the trash heap. I just went through their roster, and the fact that Rodgers took that offense to the NFCCG last season is pretty damn amazing. I think Rodgers knows that, and I think Gutekunst has Belichik syndrome and is begging for a nasty wakeup call.

    In 2022 Aaron Rodgers could very well do EXACTLY what Tom Brady did last season. Because when he’s highly motivated, you can’t stop him.

  9. Stop. Even if Love was “ready to go”, Rodgers is still a Tier 1 QB coming off an MVP season. Love might have that potential in him one day, but he’s not there NOW. Point of the NFL is to win and not just cut off the nose to spite the face.

    Seriously, this is still a BUSINESS.

  10. Rodgers is intelligent and level-headed. He appears to be a peaceful soul. He found love in the off-season and he understands it’s only a game. He’s a competitor and an elite athlete. There are bigger and better things ahead for this man. You won’t find him complaining. In his own words (the best kind,) he is not a victim. He knows exactly what he’s doing. He will help the Packers get better and be better, because he’s committed and that’s the kind of person he is. The man has character and integrity and he doesn’t plan to waste it explaining himself to people that choose not to hear it. Hats off to Aaron Charles Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers! May great things come to them both!

  11. Let it go Florio. The Packers and Rodgers are on the same page that player and employer should be. I know it is disappointing to some, but these articles grasping at air are getting tiresome and desperate at this point.

  12. Call me when the playoffs start and arod chokes like usual. Assuming the packers even get there. Seriously the packers should cut him and star anew. Joe Flacco would never pull this garbage and he’s got just as many rings as the arod .

  13. nhpats2011 says:

    July 30, 2021 at 8:58 am

    How will Love get ready to go Mike? Do you really think j he will get any significant playing time unless Rogers is injured?
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    It’s called preseason. He has yet to take a snap in a game situation which preseason affords.
    Rodgers will not be playing very much in preseason…..the team will have a chance to evaluate Love there and see how he commands the team, reads the defense, executes the plays and makes the throws.

    If he can show some promise, skill and poise then they will insert him into games in the season for mopup duty to see him there also.

  14. Longtimepackerfan says:

    Jordan Love will never be ready. That’s the crux of the matter.
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    I would love to hear what this is based on? Nobody has seen him play. And the same thing was said about Rodgers when he replaced Favre.

  15. They feel a redshirt freshman may not improve their chances over retaining last year’s MVP. That is a surprise.

  16. It will be very interesting to read training camp reports about how Love is doing. There’s not a backup in the league who will be more under the microscope, particularly after offseason reports last year sounded pretty rough (albeit during a dysfunctional pandemic year).

    From the scouting reports I read about him coming out of college, he sounded like a player who could greatly benefit from sitting for a year+ and learning. While the sports writers watching OTAs indicated he looks a lot better this season, I’m sure Florio is correct that if the team were totally confident he’s ready to go, they’d have three of someone else’s first round picks and no Rodgers on the roster right now.

    Maybe Love will benefit from not being thrown right into the fire. No one knows how much Rodgers himself benefited from the opportunity to learn behind Farve for a few years (and Rodgers still had a rough first season as the starter despite it). That’s probably the best possible thing to do with a rookie quarterback even though it’s very rare in today’s impatient NFL.

  17. This is just silly, what about all the rookies that were thrown to the wolves without kid-gloves? He’s either ready or he’s not.

  18. When Jordan Love falls flat on his face and the past 30 years of relevancy are gone bc you got lucky with Favre and Rodgers, the Packers fans better be quick to push Gutenkust out the door as quick as they were to turn on Rodgers. The amount of ego this GM has shown is mind boggling. And the fans backing him instead when Rodgers makes valid points is beyond stupid. Yes, Rodgers is a diva, but he’s not wrong. And he’s still one of the best right now and best of all time. Gutenkust’s very first day on the job he should have realized that it was important to work with Rodgers, not replace him.

  19. The Packers are banking on another Favre to Rodgers transition. History says that’s a mistake. You keep your HOF QB until they’re done and then another year after that. You don’t let them go or let them get upset while winning MVPs.

    I started watching football as a little kid the year Favre came to GB. So for almost 30 years I’ve experienced nothing but HOF QB play. Apparently I’m in the minority of GB fans who appreciates how unbelievably lucky we’ve been. You can’t assume your next guy is a HOFer. It’s obvious that’s not the case. Getting lucky once shouldn’t alter perceptions. Older guys tell me of the dark ages between Starr and Favre. Why on earth would you risk going back to those times unless you absolutely had to?

  20. Mr G should understand that it is luck and karma to get Brett Favre followed by Aaron Rodgers. The next QB in Green Bay will determine Mr G’s future with the team. That is the hard truth and business of the NFL. Under those circumstances he might rethink expelling an NFL MVP unless his ego is greater then his football intelligence. This is especially true if Rodgers goes to a contending team and plays at a high level such as another NFL MVP. A proven talent like Rodgers might be a pain in the ass sometimes but management and Mr. G should put their ego aside and give that ass an occasional smooch!

  21. Team turn over their teams to unproven quarterbacks all the time. Yes, he didn’t get sham preseason games against fringe roster players, but the coaches have a lot more work with Love than the Jaguars do with Trevor Lawrence. It’s not about playing time. It’s about knowing that Love is a significant downgrade and being more willing to put up with Rodgers than to go 5-11 and get killed by the media for letting him go.

  22. Had it worked out it’d have been the textbook example of selling high. You have the current MVP so he’s still in top form BUT he’s pushing 40, wants to make $40+ million per year seemingly forever, isn’t the easiest guy to get along with and has lots of non-football interests which always makes an unexpected early retirement a possibility. Some guys start out high maintenance and mellow with age whereas Rodgers seems to become more of a headache as time goes on.

  23. golforepar says:
    July 30, 2021 at 9:19 am
    Can we just send Rodgers to the team with the best offer? Let the diva be someone else’s problem!
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    After the first game without Rodgers, you’d be crying to have him back.

  24. And some scouts said had he come out this year he would face gone ahead of the D2 kid SF took, the kid the Jets took and Fields.. Yikes.

  25. Great video Florio! So…basically the NFL runs their teams like the military. Except the players get paid a TON more money. If I were getting paid what a QB makes, I wouldn’t care if they signed Osama Bin Laden to be my backup QB.

  26. toasteddonkey says:
    July 30, 2021 at 9:03 am

    Rodgers is an employee tho.

    * * *

    This mythology will never die. NFL players are not employees — they are independent contractors. The two are not the same.

  27. toasteddonkey says:
    July 30, 2021 at 9:03 am
    Rodgers is an employee tho.

    Cobb’s comments sorta paint Green Bay in a different light than Aaron does. Of course Cobb has the advantage of actually having played in 2 other places while Aaron has not. And much like Favre – once Aaron leaves and ends his career – he’ll realize that the grass wasn’t all that much greener and if he wanted his side to look better, maybe he should have worked on watering it himself.

    When Rodgers goes he will have made plenty of green. and that’s the facts.

  28. I think lost in the discussion is the fact GB had more pro bowlers than any other team last year. Team is stacked and the front office continues to make the tough decisions to keep them competitive. So you can’t just point at the veterans they let go; you also need to look at who they’ve signed or drafted as replacements.

  29. no player “gives” anything to their organization. they are compensated for everything. why do you think you’re a millionaire rodger?
    .

  30. neutral28 says:
    July 30, 2021 at 9:36 am
    nhpats2011 says:

    July 30, 2021 at 8:58 am

    How will Love get ready to go Mike? Do you really think j he will get any significant playing time unless Rogers is injured?
    __________________________________

    It’s called preseason. He has yet to take a snap in a game situation which preseason affords.
    Rodgers will not be playing very much in preseason…..the team will have a chance to evaluate Love there and see how he commands the team, reads the defense, executes the plays and makes the throws.

    If he can show some promise, skill and poise then they will insert him into games in the season for mopup duty to see him there also.

    ——-

    He had preseason last year too. Preseason playing against other preseason scrubs won’t tell anyone much if anything. Want proof? Look how good Jarret Stidham looked in preseason. The first time BB put him in a game he then tossed a pick-6.

  31. This gutekunst is only good at one thing, making me feel better about Howie Roseman. Though that is a pretty impressive skill.

  32. Justin Herbert wasn’t ready last year either. Or even Jalen Hurts who was taken after Love.

  33. You do remember that Rodgers sat behind Favre for 3 seasons and was still meh his first year. Of course Love isn’t ready to go after one Covid stunted season.

  34. Jordan Love will get his chance to lead this team. Eventually.
    Talented kid, with a rifle for an arm, he just needs to hone in on his skills, improve his footwork, as the coaches rework his throwing mechanics.
    It is a similar situation that Aaron Rodgers went through.

    What happens to a young developmental QB due to external pressure from the media, impatient owner or rabid fans is that they are often forced into action too early.
    With so many things to worry about on a daily and weekly basis, they fall back on their poor mechanics that got them through college games instead of just being able to rely on learned muscle memory through prolonged training and repetition.

    That’s the beauty of having your future QB in place before you actually need him.
    Now, obviously, this doesn’t necessarily guarantee success.
    Love has significant arm talent, he’ll get the quality coaching he needs, but inevitably, it’s up to him to put in the extra work and push himself to get to the next level.
    It’s also worth noting that Jordan Love will have the consistency of being in the same offense for multiple years now, with familiar personnel groupings.

    Can’t wait to see him take a few game day snaps in preseason.
    There will definitely be some bumps along the way.
    One step at a time.

  35. A tad simplistic. Love isn’t ready or isn’t ready to replace Rodgers, reigning MVP? You can’t downplay the added pressure of that reality. I consider the “sit for a year then get the keys” approach to be ideal, particularly for teams ranging from good to not terrible. Culpepper replacing George on 10-6 Vikings, Palmer replacing Kitna on 8-8 Bengals, Mahomes replacing Smith on 10-6 Chiefs the three that immediately come to mind.
    Packers at 13-3 were very good last year, primarily because of outstanding QB play. It’s just not the same. My assumption is Culpepper, Palmer and Mahomes were deemed capable of ELEVATING the existing offense, there’s no way anyone on that coaching staff or front office thinks Love’s able to raise the level of play. Maybe that’s why Cobb’s been brought back, maybe allowing Rodgers to make his point and force the ball to Cobb instead of Adams will cost them a couple games and get them to the 10-6 record they need to move forward. And we can hear all about it in greater detail in Gutekunst’s 2024 Masterclass.

  36. Ok look, there’s rookies this year who will start snap one. If Love isn’t ready to play football yet he never will be. Boom. Bust. What’s the over/under on GM’s reaching for the next Mahomes and getting fired for it? I have number at 11.5. I’ll take the over. Hey GM’s, just because a dude somewhat resembles Mahomes, just don’t do it. Ya heard me Niners?

  37. So many idiotic comments, hard to address them all. No Packer fan, with a brain, has said trade Love for 2 #1’s, he has little if any trade value at this point. People can say Love will be great, or a bust, but the truth is no one–including the Packers and Rodgers has a clue at this point. Read some of Bob McGinn’s reporting and you’ll find the Packers were very doubtful about Rodgers well into his second training camp, but lo’ and behold, he figured it out and turned into a pretty great QB. Packers management is in a tough spot, but how many NFL teams wouldn’t like to be dealing with a diva HOF QB?? These are nice problems to have my fellow Packer fans!! Also, as much as I love and respect A-Rog, everyone seems to forget that his 3-seasons prior to last year showed a definite downward trend, who could blame Packers management for trying to protect themselves at the most important position? Isn’t that how A-Rog came to GB in the first place when another HOF QB was still playing well? I’m a fan of the TEAM, and don’t think any team should give away the farm to one whiny/needy player. The Cobb trade seems like a bad idea to me, but a relatively small price to pay to get Rodgers to go all in for this year.

  38. After listening to Gute pout in his presser, it’s becoming obvious why Rodgers might be so disgruntled.

    Guy seems like he has a small man inferiority complex a mile high.

    I find myself more siding with Rodgers the more I listen to Gute and Murphy. I wonder what the board thought of his press conference yesterday?

  39. Why didn’t Rodgers make his complaints public prior to his agreement with GB? Instead of being coy and enjoying the drama, he could have easily said all this during the summer.

    I think his complaints ring hollow. He’s a great QB and he thought he had some leverage. Turns out, not so much.

    I think it is accurate that GB doesn’t think Love is (or can be) his replacement, but I doubt strongly it is because of last year. Dude is around the team so coaches know.

  40. People comparing Love’s readiness to Rodgers as a rookie are delusional. Rodgers was talked about as a legitimate candidate for the top pick in the draft, and rightfully so. When he was not picked he fell because other teams at the time felt they had their QB.

    Perhaps people have not heard Jim Miller talk about his post draft interview last year with Love. He told Love that Rodgers had the best hard count in football. Love then asked what is a hard count? But so what right? Favre didn’t know what a nickel defense was for his first couple of years. Favre’s talent overcame that though. Do you really think Love has Favre’s talents and intangibles? I guess we will find out eventually. I would not bet on it.

  41. The Packer’s Executive management does seem to have the objective of replacing Aaron Rodgers as soon as possible. However that’s flawed thinking because no one can be sure Jordan Love will ever be a star or a MVP in the NFL like Rodgers. Rodgers is arguably the best quarterback in the NFL. People have called Rodgers a diva. However what about the arrogance of the Green Bay Packer’s executive management.

  42. The great Aaron Rodgers was a complete failure for 2017-18 as he went 10-12-1 and the Packers went nowhere. Rodgers was 6-10 in his first year as a starter. I think better than 10-12-1 to start is the first bar for Love, not losing 5 NFCCGs. The GM built the Packers back into contenders, not Jake Kumerow’s homeboy.

  43. promickey says:
    July 30, 2021 at 11:46 am
    The Packer’s Executive management does seem to have the objective of replacing Aaron Rodgers as soon as possible. However that’s flawed thinking because no one can be sure Jordan Love will ever be a star or a MVP in the NFL like Rodgers. Rodgers is arguably the best quarterback in the NFL. People have called Rodgers a diva. However what about the arrogance of the Green Bay Packer’s executive management.

    ///

    Well said.

    I mean why we let guys like Micah Hyde and Casey Heyward walk is a testament to not even trying to keep talent when rookies hopefully can fill gaps.

    Its a system that doesn’t reach the pinnacle very often and they get too much of a pass.

  44. neutral28 says:
    July 30, 2021 at 9:36 am
    nhpats2011 says:

    July 30, 2021 at 8:58 am

    How will Love get ready to go Mike? Do you really think j he will get any significant playing time unless Rogers is injured?
    __________________________________

    It’s called preseason. He has yet to take a snap in a game situation which preseason affords.
    Rodgers will not be playing very much in preseason…..the team will have a chance to evaluate Love there and see how he commands the team, reads the defense, executes the plays and makes the throws.

    If he can show some promise, skill and poise then they will insert him into games in the season for mopup duty to see him there also.
    _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    Tell us all about mop up duty last season.16 games also affords the chance for a few snaps. Imagine getting the chance with 1:22 left and up by 15 against the Texans. How about 1:41 left and up 40-14 against the Titans? Oh yeah, he’d of had to of dressed for at least one single game to have had that chance.

  45. If the reason Love isn’t ready is mostly because of the pandemic derailing offseason prep last year, then that shifts even more of the blame to the Packers organization. Why would you spend your #1 pick on a developmental QB when you knew you weren’t going to have ample time to develop him?

  46. Obviously! We don’t go into a season without an All-Pro caliber QB behind center. Jordan will be ready when his number is called.

  47. 50Stars says:
    July 30, 2021 at 9:36 am

    Longtimepackerfan says:

    Jordan Love will never be ready. That’s the crux of the matter.
    ———————–
    I would love to hear what this is based on? Nobody has seen him play. And the same thing was said about Rodgers when he replaced Favre.

    ————————————————————

    Rodgers was QB2 on day one, and when he replaced Favre he shown a lot of promise in a ton of reps in preseasons, and he played well against a 10-1 Cowboys team when Favre was out during the season. Contrast that to Love who at no time during his entire first season was able to beat out backup Tim Boyle to run the scout team. That’s a big difference. Big preseason for Love and those evaluating whether he can ever be a viable NFL QB.

  48. Rodgers is still there cause he was the dang 2020 MVP and is a top 5 NFL QB. I question the intelligence of Gutekunst, but not even he is dumb enough to move on from an MVP QB.

  49. Why is it assumed Rodgers will definitely be under center Week 1?

    His presser was like a Seinfeld Festivus gathering.

    No way the team was happy about that, and Rodgers is clearly unhappy and angry.

    Perhaps, he came back to crap on management, publicly, and then really make them look bad by failing to show up for Week 1. That is the kind of revenge a guy like Rodgers is capable of.

    How can anyone assume this situation is in any way tenable? Neither side wants what’s happening so why are they doing it, besides the obvious that Jordan Love isn’t ready?

    Feels like a game of chicken and Rodgers flinched first, but they’re doubling back for another round whose outcome is unknown.

  50. When you have an MVP QB, you do what it takes to help him be successful. I don’t understand why the Packers don’t want to placate Aaron Rodgers by bringing in guys he wants to throw to.

  51. Funny how so many people think they can evaluate talent better than the people who have actually worker with Love. He may or not be ready. Even if he is, who would you prefer under center? That’s what I thought. Not all first round QBs start day 1. Love is right where Philip Rivers was. First round pick. QB3 behind future HOF QB that had one the best years of his career. Rivers may not have won championships, but he was a helluva quarterback.

  52. Love would have been the 7th QB drafted in this years class. He still looks like a deer in headlights, will be interesting to see if that gets better under real pressure.

  53. Longtimepackerfan says:

    Jordan Love will never be ready. That’s the crux of the matter.
    ———————–
    I would love to hear what this is based on? Nobody has seen him play. And the same thing was said about Rodgers when he replaced Favre.

    ————————————————————

    Rodgers was QB2 on day one, and when he replaced Favre he shown a lot of promise in a ton of reps in preseasons, and he played well against a 10-1 Cowboys team when Favre was out during the season. Contrast that to Love who at no time during his entire first season was able to beat out backup Tim Boyle to run the scout team. That’s a big difference. Big preseason for Love and those evaluating whether he can ever be a viable NFL QB.
    ///////
    Exactly. Rodgers was expected to go as the first QB in that draft. Also, he played in a major conference. Love was thought by many to be a third rounder. And no, not everyone thought Rodgers wouldn’t be a good QB.

  54. Most accurate headline of the off-season. What a diva. He just publicly laid waste to the Packers front office.

  55. You have to admit it’s pretty funny watching the green bay front office eat crow because Love is no good.

  56. “Yes sir Mr. Rodgers” can now be heard often in Gutekunst’s office

  57. 50Stars says:
    July 30, 2021 at 9:36 am
    Longtimepackerfan says:

    Jordan Love will never be ready. That’s the crux of the matter.
    ———————–
    I would love to hear what this is based on? Nobody has seen him play.
    __
    Did the Packers have their eyes closed in spring OTAs? Love being good in OTAs does not me he can play in games. Love stinking up OTAs means he is not ready to play in games

  58. Really, this is just stupid — the guy never had a chance to play a down in a single game — no exhibition games last season, heck, hardly any camp. OF COURSE he is “not ready.” No one know what he can do. He needs a couple years to learn the game — then he’ll be ready. Sheesh.

  59. This is also the reason that it is highly unlikely that the Packers “promised” AR that they would trade him.

  60. Love being good in OTAs does not me he can play in games. Love stinking up OTAs means he is not ready to play in games
    —–
    Lol, got that all sewn up in a nice little ball of crazy don’t ya.

  61. If Love isn’t ready yet, he never will be. Just further proves how dumb it was to draft him

  62. Love needs time behind Rodgers, just like Rodgers needed time behind Favre. Everyone in the NFC North is afraid of the Packers dominating for another 15-20 years like that have since 1993, which the Packers will.

    After The Packers win this years, Superbowl and Rodgers leaves the Packers for Miami, Green Bay will have a down year, but Green Bay is QBU, and Rodgers will probably go on the win another Superbowl in Miami while Love has his growing pains, but the Packers will be back to form by 2024 at the latest dominating the NFC North for the next 15 years.

  63. This whole Packers thing is funny. No doubt Love was taken to replace Rodgers but Rodgers and the team over performed, and Love is a development QB not a ready out of college prospect. Its tough to rip the band aid off and go 5-12 with crappy QB play after back 13-3 seasons with championship appearances with MVP type play.

    Rodgers day will come to an end but with all the QB prospects from Loves draft and counting….why Jordan Love? I doubt he will be able to live up to the hopes of those who drafted him.

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