How will Jordan Love perform vs the Chiefs?
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The Seattle Seahawks face the Green Bay Packers when they return from a bye in Week 10, and it is possible that it will be the second game in a row missed by Aaron Rodgers. I do not expect Rodgers to miss more than one game — the timing of his placement on the COVID-19 list is convenient and I’ll get to that later — but the Seahawks could be going up against Jordan Love instead of the reigning MVP.
How will Love do against the Kansas City Chiefs in his debut start on Sunday?
The Chiefs defense offers a great opportunity for the Green Bay Packers to get an extended look at the supposed future of the franchise. Love, the 26th overall pick of the 2020 draft, did not get a snap or a preseason as a rookie. When Love made his debut during the 2021 preseason, he went 24 of 35 for 171 yards, with a touchdown and an interception; but let’s not drive off of Sanity Blvd and start citing preseason stats with any seriousness.
Remember that Ja’Marr Chase was a “bust” before he even played a regular season down?
Far be it from anyone to be able to predict how Jordan Love will do over the course of his NFL career—it can’t be known until he gets his opportunities—but I will do my best to lay out the potential for both greatness and frustration in the game ahead.