3. Jordan Love, Packers
All of the talk, nationally, has been about Jordan Love taking over for Aaron Rodgers this season and whether the Packers have struck gold once again. Love and the Packers have shown some things offensively, giving fans hope that the franchise has once again found their long-term quarterback.
Love is tied for third in the NFL with eight touchdown passes on the year, which is a huge positive. He has been able to make plays when it matters, at times, showing a bit of that clutch gene we've seen for so many years out of Rodgers.
He is in the middle of the pack with 901 passing yards through four games, though, as the Packers offense has been wildly inconsistent. Love is also struggling to complete passes, checking in with just a 56.1 completion percentage after Week 4. That is actually up about three percent from last week, too.
Love is throwing a good chunk of uncatchable passes this year, as Pro Football Focus has pointed out over the last week or so. He definitely needs to hone in on ball placement for those young wide receivers to continue developing the right way and for the Packers to ultimately be able to score enough points to win games.