Wow. What did we just watch?
The Green Bay Packers were down and out entering the fourth quarter, trailing the New Orleans Saints 17-0 -- a disastrous performance filled with penalties, miscommunications, and mental errors.
Then Jordan Love went full Aaron Rodgers.
Love put the team on his back, leading consecutive 80-yard touchdown drives. He threw one touchdown, ran one in himself, and even added a two-point conversion. He led the Packers to 18 unanswered points and a stunning victory over the Saints.
In the fourth quarter, Love threw for 107 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 25 yards and a score, including a 24-yard scramble, to lead a magical comeback victory.
And Packers fans are losing their minds.
Packers fans lose their minds as Jordan Love goes full Aaron Rodgers
Jordan Love turned into Aaron Rodgers in the fourth quarter. He made plays with his arm. He made plays with his legs. Whatever it took.
This play, in particular, was a thing of beauty. Love threw a perfect ball to Romeo Doubs. It was like watching Rodgers to Davante Adams.
And Packers fans are absolutely loving it.
What a comeback, and what a win.
Love wasn't helped by his receivers early in the game. There were too many miscommunications and dropped passes. The offensive line couldn't stop drawing flags. But the defense kept the Packers in it, and Love carried his team over the finish line -- a truly memorable performance from Green Bay's new QB1.
The Packers entered the game without David Bakhtiari, Elgton Jenkins, Aaron Jones, Christian Watson, and Jaire Alexander. During the game, they lost De'Vondre Campbell and Carrington Valentine. They were struggling without their key players.
But Jordan Love put the team on his back and ensured his first start at Lambeau Field was one we will never forget.