Jordan Love has had a an up and down practice session. Love struggled in his first session, but his second practice was so good that he had to be fanned down.
The second year quarterback might have to start earlier in his career than he thought he would as Aaron Rodgers holds out from Packers minicamp. The situation with the reigning NFL MVP is still unclear, and just in case Rodgers can’t play, Jordan Love has to be ready to go.
His first public practice was apparently rough. He struggled with accuracy and couldn’t hit many throws.
Dan Orlovsky’s assessment on Jordan Love’s Day 1 struggles at OTAs: He doesn’t look like a great pick for the Packers. https://t.co/QkvNhjh6ZW
— The Big Lead (@TheBigLead) June 9, 2021
However, Jordan Love greatly bounced back in his second session with the team. The hope is the young Packers quarterback can develop quickly.
Jordan Love Had To Be Fanned Down By TE Coach Was Dropping Dimes Across The Field
Love hit on several different throws all across the field as he bounced back from a shaky practice. He was hitting throws on all levels of the field and he was spreading it across different targets.
What a stretch for Jordan Love:
Wheel route to AJ Dillon right sideline for 30 yards.
Free play deep to Lazard for 45.
Deep corner route to Juwann Winfee for 30.
Deep sideline to Aaron Jones for 30.
He was so 🔥 that TE coach Justin Outten started fanning him.
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) June 9, 2021
That’s exactly what Packers fans would like to see from their young quarterback. If Jordan Love can keep the Packers afloat while Rodgers deals with his issues with management, Green Bay fans would be incredibly happy.
Love is a very athletic quarterback, but he’s often faced issues with accuracy going back to his college days. After learning under Aaron Rodgers for a year, the second year quarterback could be primed for a breakout year in his first season. Will he start though is the question. If he will, things do seem to be looking good.
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