Jordan Love has settled in as the Green Bay Packers’ starting quarterback as the club prepares for the upcoming season. Despite the fact that he is replacing a legend in Aaron Rodgers, Love has utilized the preseason to prepare.
So far, the Packers have faced the Cincinnati Bengals and the New England Patriots. According to Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk, Love stated that the games have helped him obtain the necessary reps and that he is ready to put on the pads for real.
“I’m definitely ready for Week One and carry on throughout the season. I think these first two games we did a lot of good work, getting in the practice with Cincinnati and the Patriots as well,” Love said. “Playing in that last game would just be getting more reps, getting more comfortable with seeing new looks against another team, so I don’t think it would hurt.”
Green Bay is 1-1 in their first two games, falling to the Patriots after upsetting the Bengals. Love has completed 12 of 18 passes for 130 yards, two touchdowns, and no interceptions.
While there is no news on whether he will participate in the third preseason game, he will undoubtedly be the Packers’ Week 1 starter, barring injury.