Jordan Love takes time to help Packers fan stuck in the snow ahead of playoff debut

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Green Bay Packers fans already have a million reasons to love Jordan Love. He added another on Friday.

It's a shame the Packers aren't playing at home this week because Lambeau Field has looked like a snow globe in recent days, making the perfect conditions for playoff football.

Snow has disrupted travel out of Wisconsin this week. It even forced head coach Matt LaFleur to slightly adjust the Packers' travel plans for their road playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Love is preparing for his first playoff game as the Packers' starting quarterback, but he still had time to help a fan who was stuck in the snow.

Jordan Love helps a Packers fan in the snow

Love is proving why he is the team's future at quarterback. He has won over even the most pessimistic of Packers fans this season. But beyond just the incredible plays he makes on the field, Love continues to show why he is a great person away from football.

Packers fan Allie Adames posted a photo on X (formerly Twitter) of Love helping her niece, who was stuck in the snow.

It doesn't matter that he's the Green Bay Packers quarterback with a playoff game just two days away. He could easily have moved on or said he was too busy to help. That's what many players would've done. But that's not Jordan Love. He took the time.

There's a reason why Love is so popular with his teammates and coaches. All year, they have taken any opportunity to praise him, not just for his ability but for his character.

"He's a tough-minded sucker. His family did a hell of a job raising him in terms of just what he's all about. I think you guys would all agree, the ones who know him in here, he's about the right sh-t," said head coach Matt LaFleur.

As Packers fans, we should be thankful for Love. He has proved his doubters wrong this season, playing at an MVP level in the final eight games of the season. More importantly, he is the perfect leader for this franchise and will continue to make the Packers organization proud.

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