Quarterback play is something the Green Bay Packers have not struggled with for quite some time, but this season, fans are getting a mixed bag thus far.
The Packers sit at 2-2 and have seen Jordan Love make some great plays in his first four starts. But, they have also seen some areas that need improvement out of their young quarterback.
Going into Week 5, where does Love rank amongst his NFC North peers? Let's check in, starting with a bitter rival that enjoyed maybe the best overall game of his career thus far.
4. Justin Fields, Bears
Coming off the best passing performance of his young career, Justin Fields still sits firmly in last place among his NFC North peers. Fields has plenty of time to climb the ladder, of course, but one excellent game isn't going to get him any higher than dead last, still.
Not to mention, his one fumble and one interception proved to be very costly in the end, as Chicago lost by a field goal. His interception sealed the victory for Denver in Week 4, and was a gutting way for Bears fans to see the game close. After boasting a 28-7 lead, Chicago let it slip through the cracks.
On the season, Fields is statistically looking better as a passer than he was through four games a year ago, totaling 861 yards through the air, seven touchdowns and five picks. He'll try to keep it going Thursday night against a Washington defense that sits in the middle of the league, giving up 230 passing yards per game.