Jordan Love, the Green Bay Packers' new starting quarterback, penned the same old story against the Chicago Bears in what has become a lopsided division matchup.
The game was played between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears.
On Sunday, September 10, Love directed the most inexperienced offense in all of football as they took on the challenge of Solider Field.
They emerged victorious with a resounding 38-20 victory, and Love had an impressive debut as he began his first season as the team's full-time starter.
The Packers' quarterback was unable to be brought down, and he finished the game having completed 15 of 27 passes for 245 yards, three touchdowns,
and a rating of 123.2. In addition to that, he carried the ball three times for a total of 12 yards.
The fact that Love was able to accomplish all of this without the assistance of wide receiver Christian Watson,
who had been ruled out of the game by the medical staff due to a hamstring injury, made the effort even more spectacular.
The end result was an overwhelming amount of positive feedback on social media from several of the most prominent media figures in the NFL.
"Really impressive debut for Jordan Love," Mike Greenberg of ESPN tweeted on X. "Exhibiting a high level of composure despite playing away from home and without his best receiver.
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