Quarterbacks (3) – 6/53
Aaron Rodgers, Tim Boyle, Jordan Love
As it turned out, there was no quarterback battle at either of the top three spots on the depth chart. Aaron Rodgers is the number one — no concerns there — but there has also been no real competition at the backup spot. That will almost certainly belong to Tim Boyle who, in year two of Matt LaFleur’s offense, has put together an impressive summer.
Boyle’s experience and understanding of the offense makes him the obvious choice to remain the number two QB on the depth chart this season.
Is there reason to be concerned about Jordan Love’s development? Absolutely not.
Love is a first-round pick who the Packers knew would need some time to develop. Throw in the fact his first offseason has taken place in the middle of a pandemic, wiping out the offseason program and preseason. The odds were stacked firmly against Love this summer so it’s no surprise he’s made a slow start.
A year to sit and learn behind Rodgers and Boyle? Sounds like a perfect situation for the Packers’ future starting quarterback, if you ask me.
And with this trio, the Packers can enter the season with about as much confidence as any team at the quarterback position.