Former NFL GM Makes A Strong Statement About Jordan

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By Timothy Lindsey

Former NFL GM Makes A Strong Statement About Jordan Love

The Green Bay Packers seemingly made the right call on quarterback Jordan Love.

After sitting behind and learning from Aaron Rodgers for three seasons, the former first-round pick has done a tremendous job taking the reins.

After a tough start to his first full season as the team’s starter, he guided the team to a 9-8 record and a playoff berth.

In fact, he guided them to a blowout victory over the Dallas Cowboys in the first round of the playoffs.

Former NFL GM Mike Tannenbaum recently appeared on “The Dan Patrick Show” to chat about his thoughts on Love.

“Who would you take before Jordan Love in terms of youth, ability, and I think his future is limitless,” Tannenbaum said.

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“If we were drafting #NFL players, I think you and I would agree that we’d take Patrick Mahomes no. 1, but I’m taking Jordan Love no. 2… Who would you take before Jordan Love in terms of youth, ability and I think his future limitless.”@RealTannenbaum loves (Jordan) Love

Love could have a good 10-15 years left in Green Bay at least after his outstanding finish to 2023.

He ended the season finishing in the top 10 among quarterbacks in terms of passing yards (4,159), passing touchdowns (32), QBR (62.1), and completions (372).

He arguably should have been a Pro-Bowler.

The title window in Green Bay is wide open because of what Love demonstrated in his first year as the starter.

Like Rodgers before him, Love has gained the knowledge and shown the promise early of becoming the next great quarterback in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Looking towards 2024, he and head coach Matt LaFleur will look to take advantage of the team’s divisional round appearance in 2023.

After beating good teams in the Kansas City Chiefs, Detroit Lions, Dallas Cowboys, and Los Angeles Rams last year, the Packers appear ready to compete.