2. Completion percentage is an issue for Jordan Love
Let's give Love credit where it is due. He has thrown seven touchdowns on the season to just one interception. He has not lost a fumble. He has only been sacked three times through three games. As far as protecting the football goes, Love has been great in that aspect.
But, where he has fallen short is overall efficiency with the football. As well as he has played, or so it seems, Love has also been off on a good amount of throws. If you check out the list of starting quarterbacks around the NFL through Week 3, Love ranks second-to-last in completion percentage. He is completing only 53.1 percent of his passes.
The only guy worse than Love is New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson, and that is not exactly company that Love would like to be part of. One quarterback's team is 2-1, while the other's is 1-2 and just saw their organization sign Trevor Siemian as a potential replacement under center.