Jordan Love was incredible in the Green Bay Packers' victory over the Detroit Lions. Incredible.
It's the breakout performance we have been waiting to see. Love had already improved dramatically in the previous three games, giving Packers fans room for optimism moving forward. But this was on another level.
Love was flawless against a talented defense in a challenging road environment. He completed 68.8 percent of his passes for 268 yards and three touchdowns, earning a season-best passer rating of 125.5.
It wasn't all on Love. The offensive line held off the Lions' fierce pass rush, while Rashan Gary led a monumental effort by the Packers' shorthanded defense.
This team isn't ready to compete for a Super Bowl yet, but Love has shown they may be closer than we thought. How can they get there in 2024?
5. Add another cornerback
It starts on defense. Cornerback isn't a desperate need, but it's always smart to restock the depth at a premium position, especially after the Packers traded Rasul Douglas.
Former All-Pro Jaire Alexander isn't going anywhere. The Packers have a talented trio with Alexander, Eric Stokes, and rookie standout Carrington Valentine. However, there is some uncertainty with Stokes, who has barely played over the past year. Even if Stokes gets back to the level he reached as a rookie, Green Bay should still add more cornerback depth.
That doesn't necessarily mean using another first-rounder at the position, but with two seconds and two thirds, the Packers will have plenty of opportunities to improve their cornerback depth in the draft.