The Green Bay Packers are learning about their young roster every week.
After a slow start to the season, the Packers are building momentum, having pulled off an incredible three-game winning run against the Los Angeles Chargers, Detroit Lions, and Kansas City Chiefs. Whether this team can secure a playoff berth remains to be seen, but their chances are increasing by the week.
The offseason always brings change. It will be no different for Green Bay, a team still rebuilding after the end of the Aaron Rodgers era.
Several key contributors could depart in the offseason, but we can already include these 21 players on the 53-man roster a year from now.
Jordan Love has arrived.
This season was about evaluating Love and determining whether he is the Packers' future. That was more important than just wins and losses. Now, they are getting the best of both. Green Bay is winning games, and it's directly linked to Love's performances.
Love has thrown for 2,866 yards, 22 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions in the Packers' 6-6 start. He is on pace for 4,000+ yards and 30+ touchdowns, which Green Bay would've signed up for in August.
Even more exciting is how Love has played over the past five games. Green Bay is 4-1 in that stretch, with Love completing 66 percent of his passes for 1,374 yards, 11 touchdowns, and two interceptions for a passer rating of 106.3.
Can Love become a franchise quarterback and lead the Packers for over a decade? Only time will tell. But he has done more than enough to guarantee himself the QB1 job in 2024.