With the lack of offensive production this season, there is no clear MVP frontrunner amongst all of the options. Most likely, it will come down to the best performing player on the best performing team unless someone has an amazing six-game stretch to end the season.
In the past two weeks, Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love has proved himself to be capable of leading an offense in the NFL, and could make a notable argument for being in the MVP voting.
Although Love has had some struggles this season, if he continues to play the way he has the past two weeks, Love could slip into the MVP voting for the 2023 season.
Jalen Hurts is arguably the frontrunner, but some other quarterbacks are in the mix. Currently, Love holds a record of 5-6 as a starter, with 19 touchdowns to 10 interceptions and 2,599 yards.
How Packers' Jordan Love compares to other top quarterbacks in the NFL
As you can see, Jordan Love has the worst record out of all of the quarterbacks listed, but is working with the youngest offense in the NFL. He is close in various categories.
The Packers' final games of the season are against the Kansas City Chiefs, New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Carolina Panthers, Minnesota Vikings, and Chicago Bears. By the end of the season, Love could easily have 15 more touchdowns and another 1,000 to 1,500 yards. The Packers could even squeak into the playoffs as the eighth seed.
Although the beginning of the season has not been pretty, Love is continuously proving that he is essential to this offense and his performance on Thanksgiving gave more weight to the idea that he is the future for this team. With the lack of overall production and a lot of quarterbacks making mistakes this season, Jordan Love could prove himself to be a dark horse in the race for MVP.