Analyst Predicts Monster 2024 Season for Packers Jordan Love

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As Jordan Love gets ready for his second season as the starter for the Green Bay Packers, what could his stats look like in 2024?

It was a great first season for Jordan Love as the starter of the Green Bay Packers. Despite a bit of a slow start to the season, Love had a great season overall for the Packers after taking over the reins from Aaron Rodgers.

Deciding to move on from Rodgers was not easy for Green Bay to do, but with Love playing at a high level, that decision looks like it was the right one. Last season, Love helped lead the Packers to the playoffs, as he totaled over 4,000 passing yards and over 30 touchdown passes.

While Love wasn’t a rookie, it was his first season as the starting quarterback and those are some impressive numbers. Recently, Bleacher Report projected what Love’s stats could look like in 2024, here’s what they had to say.

Expectations are higher for Love in his second season as Green Bay’s unquestioned starter. But with a talented cadre of young receivers at his disposal, Love has an excellent chance to better last year’s 4,159 passing yards and 31 passing scores.

Projected Stats: 65.5 completion percentage, 4,399 passing yards, 35 touchdowns, 11 interceptions, 251 rushing yards, 3 rushing touchdowns.

Considering Love will be entering his second season as a starter, his performance should take a jump as well. While Love had a strong season overall, he did get off to a bit of a slow start. If Love can hit the ground running right away in 2024, he should easily see some statistical increases.

If Love can have the numbers that Bleacher Report projects, he could very well be in the MVP conversation next season. There is a lot of like about the Packers this coming season and one of the main reasons why is what Love might be able to accomplish.

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