NFC North starting quarterbacks ranked from worst to best

With Aaron Rodgers gone, who is at No. 1 in the NFC North?
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Times have changed in the NFC North. For the past three decades, there has been no doubt about which team has the best quarterback in the division. The Green Bay Packers have enjoyed years of Hall-of-Fame quarterback play with Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers.

Can lightning strike for a third time? The Packers followed the same formula as they did with Aaron Rodgers, drafting Jordan Love in the first round and developing him for three seasons behind an MVP.

With Rodgers gone, there is finally a debate about which NFC North quarterback is the best. We're here to settle it.

4. Jordan Love, Green Bay Packers

There's no way a quarterback with one career start can rank any higher than fourth. Jordan Love might be the next great Green Bay Packers quarterback, but we need to see it.

The Packers are confident in their new quarterback. Their willingness to trade Aaron Rodgers was an indication of their belief in Love.

Love just hasn't had many opportunities. He only threw 21 passes last season across four games, but he was particularly impressive against the Philadelphia Eagles. Love completed six of nine passes for 113 yards and a touchdown, almost leading the Packers to a comeback.

If that was a sign of what's to come, the Packers will be just fine in the post-Rodgers era.