College: Utah State | 4 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 219 lbs
Birth Date: 1998-11-02
Depth Chart: QB.1
2023 Bye Week: 6
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 QB
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love will face the division rival Detroit Lions on Thursday night. Through three weeks, the Packers starting quarterback has thrown seven touchdowns and is the QB4 overall for fantasy. Doing all this without his top target, Christian Watson (hamstring), and no Aaron Jones (hamstring) the past two weeks is nothing short of impressive. The 24-year-old will potentially have both players back this week for a decent fantasy matchup against Detroit. The Lions are middle of the pack against fantasy quarterbacks, making Love a solid streaming option for those in need.
Packers' QB Jordan Love scored 27.85 fantasy points in Sunday's Week 3 win against the Saints. Love threw for 259 yards on 22-of-44 with one touchdown and one interception.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love completed 22 of 44 passes for 259 yards, one touchdown, and one interception while adding nine carries for 39 yards and an additional score during the team's 18-17 win over the New Orleans Saints. The Packer's offense was stagnant in the first half, as it seemed the Saints' defense was too much for Green Bay to overcome. However, the 24-year-old jump-started the comeback in the fourth, taking the ball in on the ground for a one-yard score and then hitting Romeo Doubs on an eight-yard strike to give the Packers the lead. It was an impressive come-from-behind win for the Packers starting quarterback, especially considering he was without Christian Watson (hamstring) and Aaron Jones (hamstring). Love's upcoming schedule is great for fantasy purposes, and he should be considered a fringe QB1 next week against Detroit.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love will face off against the New Orleans Saints in Week 3 this Sunday. The 24-year-old has thrown three touchdowns in each of the past two games but will have a tough time against a stiff Saints defense. New Orleans has held opposing quarterbacks to fewer than 10 fantasy points per game to open the season and has given up just one passing touchdown. Getting Christian Watson (hamstring) back would help a ton, but not enough to make Love a good streaming option in Week 3. The upcoming schedule for the Packers quarterback is great, with the Lions and Raiders back-to-back before the team's Week 6 bye, so holding onto him for future matchups is a good idea. However, he is better left on the bench this week in favor of a better streaming option.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love completed 14-of-25 passes for 151 yards and three touchdowns, adding three carries for 21 yards on the ground during the team's 25-24 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. It is the second week in a row that the 24-year-old has thrown three touchdowns, but he struggled to get much done through the air unless they were in scoring range. The lack of a run game hurt Love's chances at success, and missing Christian Watson (hamstring) for the second week in a row did him no favors either. It was a decent fantasy performance, but the lack of yardage through the air will cost him in the overall rankings by the end of Week 2. The team will hope to have Aaron Jones (hamstring) and Watson back next week against a stiff New Orleans defense. Love will be off the streaming radar unless both return in Week 3.
Green Bay Packers offensive guard Elgton Jenkins (knee) has been ruled out against the Falcons with a knee injury. The two-time pro-bowler was one of the anchors of this offensive line that helped hold the Bears to only one sack, as quarterback Jordan Love threw three touchdown passes last week. Royce Newman comes in to replace Jenkins at left guard.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love will travel to Atlanta to take on the Falcons in Week 2. The 24-year-old had an impressive showing in Green Bay's regular-season opener and threw three touchdowns without his top option Christian Watson (hamstring). Watson is questionable again this week and could be limited if active, but Love has another chance to be a solid streaming option against the Falcons. Atlanta was able to stop a putrid Carolina passing attack last weekend, but they are not a matchup to shy away from for fantasy. If the fourth-year quarterback can remain efficient and throw multiple touchdowns, he can easily finish as a top-tier streaming option with the chance to rank in the top 12 by the end of the week. Aaron Jones (hamstring) could also miss this game, potentially leading to a more pass-heavy approach. Consider Love if you are looking to stream the quarterback position this week.
Green Bay Packers' QB Jordan Love scored 25.45 fantasy points in Sunday's Week 1 win in Chicago. Love threw for 245 yards on 15-of-27 with three touchdowns.
Dynasty | Jordan Love completed 15-of-27 passes for 245 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in the Packers blowout win against Chicago on opening day. Dynasty Analysis: This was about as good as Green Bay could have hoped for as Love showed complete command of the offense while destroying the Bears on the road. There are going to be some inevitable speed bumps as we move forward but the preseason reviews on Love seem to have some merit to them as he simply looked fantastic today. Love is looking like a solid bargain as our QB25, a ranking that will move up rapidly should this performance not be a fluke.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love completed 15-of-27 passes for 245 yards and three touchdowns, adding three carries for 12 yards, during the team's 38-20 victory over the Chicago Bears. In his first year as the Packers starter, the 24-year-old continued the tradition of routing the division rival Bears to open the regular season. The young quarterback started slow but opened up the offense in the second half, tossing two touchdowns and putting the Packers way out in front heading into the game's final quarter. Being able to produce these numbers without his top option, Christian Watson (hamstring), is an excellent sign of things to come. However, we do need to be cautious, as the Chicago defense is fairly soft. Love will take on the Atlanta Falcons next week, a great matchup for those streaming the position to take advantage of. The Packers starter should be considered a top-tier streaming option in Week 2.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love will go on the road to take on the Chicago Bears in the team's season opener this Sunday. The 24-year-old opens his career as the Packers starter with a favorable matchup. However, Love will be missing his top target, Christian Watson (hamstring), and could be missing his No. 2 wide receiver, Romeo Doubs (hamstring). The Packers receiver depth chart is shallow, with rookies Jayden Reed and Luke Musgrave being the two lone bright spots behind Watson and Doubs. Running back Aaron Jones will be a nice safety blanket for Love, but it would be best to keep the former first-round draft pick on the bench, even in superflex leagues, during the start of the regular season with his upside now capped in Week 1. Once Watson and Doubs are good to go, Love can be viewed as a more competent streaming option.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love completed 9-of-15 passes for 63 yards and a touchdown, adding three carries for 21 yards, during the team's 19-15 preseason victory over the Seattle Seahawks. The 24-year-old ended his third preseason game with his third total touchdown after hitting Christian Watson on a six-yard toss early in the second quarter. The solid performance caps off a positive preseason for the Packers' new starting quarterback, who will look to take this momentum into the regular season opener against the Chicago Bears. Love even showed that he could add a mobile element to his game for fantasy managers after carrying the ball three times with moderate success. While he is likely to go undrafted in most redraft leagues, Love could prove to be valuable as a streaming option and could even find his way into starting lineups on the regular if he can reach his ceiling in his first year as a starter.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love will see action in the team's final preseason game Saturday against Seattle. Coach Matt LaFleur wants the young core to get as many snaps as possible. This means Love will start all three preseason games for Green Bay. The 24-year-old has impressed in his starts, going a combined 12-for-18 passing for 130 yards and two touchdowns. The fourth-year pro is entrenched as the starter in Green Bay. With receivers Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs as his primary weapons, Love could surprise fantasy managers with strong weekly performances. He's worthy of a late-round upside swing in redraft formats and should be rostered in 2QB or Superflex leagues.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love completed 5-of-8 passes for 84 yards and a touchdown, adding two carries for 11 yards, during the team's 21-17 preseason loss to the New England Patriots. It was another solid outing for the 24-year-old. Love looked confident under pressure and found rookie Jayden Reed up the seam for a 19-yard touchdown pass late in the first quarter. The former first-round draft pick even showed off his ability as a ball carrier and had a nice scramble for a first down on a broken pass play. After two solid preseason outings, the new Packers starting quarterback will look to parlay this success into a victory during the team's first regular season game against the Chicago Bears in a few weeks. Green Bay has not announced if we will see Love in the final preseason game against Seattle yet, but if he does play, it will likely be only for a few series.
According to Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst, offensive tackle David Bakhtiari is staying in Green Bay. "First of all, we're not going to trade David," said Gutekunst on Friday. " So just get that out of the way." Undoubtedly, the 31-year-old is as talented as it gets, with a resume that includes multiple Pro Bowl appearances and two All-Pro selections. But he's battled knee injuries over the years, which certainly impacted the effectiveness of the Packers' offensive line. However, assuming Bakhtiari stays healthy, he'll prove invaluable in protecting Jordan Love in his first year as the starting signal-caller.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love completed 7-of-10 passes for 46 yards and a touchdown during the team's 36-19 preseason victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. While the Bengals rested their starters to open the preseason, Love had a solid showing he needed to get his career as the Packers' starting quarterback off right. The first drive started strong with a couple of completions to running back Aaron Jones and rookie tight end Luke Musgrave, but it resulted in a punt after a few missed deep throws. The next drive was much better, with the 24-year-old completing 5-of-6 passes, ending the drive with a 9-yard touchdown strike to Romeo Doubs. For what it is worth, the Packers starter spread the ball around fairly evenly between Christian Watson, Doubs, and Musgrave. We should see more from the fourth-year quarterback next Saturday night when the Packers take on the New England Patriots.
Dynasty | Packers quarterback Jordan Love completed 7-of-10 passes for 46 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions in Green Bay's preseason opener. Dynasty Analysis: Camp reports on Love have been glowing and he certainly looked the part in Green Bay's preseason debut. While everything needs to be taken with a grain of salt until real games begin, there are no signs of panic with the Packers as they turn to just the third different quarterback in the past 30 years. Love comes in as our QB26, a ranking that looks like it could be on the rise here in the coming weeks.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love will make the start in the team's preseason opener on Friday against the Cincinnati Bengals, and he's expected to play a series or two on offense. Since the Packers traded up to take Love in the first round of the 2020 draft, he's made just one start for the team in 10 total appearances. Now Green Bay is asking him to take over for future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers as the starting signal-caller. The 24-year-old will surely have his ups and downs, and the Packers will rely heavily on their ground game to help him out. Love is inexperienced, and so are most of his receiving options, so fantasy managers shouldn't consider him anything more than a low-end QB2 in superflex leagues.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love is anticipated to suit up for Friday's preseason opener versus the Bengals. Although head coach Matt LaFleur didn't confirm it, he did state that the signal-caller (and offensive starters) have a "pretty good chance" to be out there. Love also expects to play "at least" a couple of series. The 24-year-old will finally get his chance to take over under center this season. But he has limited experience, appearing in only 10 games in his career and throwing for 606 yards, three touchdowns, and three picks while completing 60.2% of his attempts. Nevertheless, Love has had some hiccups throughout training camp, so it sounds like he would benefit from exhibition reps heading into the season.
According to Matt Schneidman of The Athletic, Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love didn't look his best during practice on Saturday. The team held "Family Night," although the signal-caller couldn't generate a positive showing. He had issues completing passes, overthrowing targets on separate occasions, some of which were wide-open. The 24-year-old also botched a quarterback-center exchange, prompting head coach Matt LaFleur to reset the two-minute drill. To be fair, not all was terrible, even though it's easy for Love's critics to emphasize an off-night. However, it's hard to look past this type of outing at this point in training camp, so the situation is worth monitoring moving forward.