Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Jim Polzin: Jordan Love’s first career with the Packers ended with more questions than answers

“I think it was probably a big game against it and it wasn’t coming as much,” Love said. “Obviously we couldn’t get it done, so they kept bringing it up.”

LaFleur blames herself for not putting Love in a better position to succeed, saying, “It falls on me, completely.” He’s a coach trying to take the heat for his young quarterback and congratulations to LaFleur for doing so.

There are also things that we cannot see but it is good to know. When tailback Aaron Jones made it a point to say after the game that he liked the way Love handled himself in the huddle, that important reference.

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But what we could see was not good enough. Even Love accepted this much.

“Really disappointed,” he said. “Obviously you never know when the opportunity is going to come.”

The only good thing for the organization to come out of a messy week — other than a win, of course — would be for Love to offer proof that he’s a capable replacement for Rodgers in the near future. Instead, that question is nowhere close to being answered, a lose-lose situation for the Packers.

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