How the dream Jordan Love-led Packers offense could look in 2024

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The Green Bay Packers' young offense put together its best performance of the season against the Detroit Lions. That was without Aaron Jones, Luke Musgrave, and Dontayvion Wicks, who have a combined 1,087 yards and five touchdowns this season.

Packers fans are starting to believe that Love is their next franchise quarterback. And understandably so. Green Bay's offense has huge upside. But where can they improve?

Running back remains a question mark entering the offseason. Will Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon return? Will the Packers add another wide receiver? And then there's the offensive line, a unit that has held up well in pass protection but struggled big-time in run blocking.

This 2024 lineup would help the Packers' offense reach another level.

How the Packers offense could look after 2024 NFL Draft

Quarterback: Jordan Love

We start with Jordan Love. He has ended any conversation about the Packers drafting his replacement in 2024. The next step for him is to land a new contract, which could come sooner rather than later.

Zach Jacobson of posted a fascinating stat after Thursday's game. After 11 games as the Packers' starting quarterback, Love has thrown for 2,599 yards and 21 total touchdowns.

Aaron Rodgers after his first 11 games as Green Bay's starter? He had thrown for 2,599 yards and put up 21 total touchdowns.


Love has shown enough in the opening 11 games to have confidence that he can lead this offense into the future. But who could join him in the starting lineup?