it's official: Jordan Love owns the Chicago Bears.
He is having a day in the Green Bay Packers' season opener. Even when he fumbles the snap, he still torches the Bears' secondary. Love kept his composure, picked up the football, and launched it downfield for a 37-yard completion to rookie tight end Luke Musgrave.
Moments later, Love found Romeo Doubs for their second touchdown connection of the day.
Packers: Jordan Love fumbles and still torches the Bears defense
It was a play Aaron Rodgers would be proud of. Love made a mistake, fumbling the ball after receiving it from center Josh Myers. Many quarterbacks would have panicked in that moment.
Not Love. He scooped the ball up, remained calm, then launched a perfect ball deep downfield to Musgrave.
He then found Romeo Doubs for a beautiful pass into the corner of the end zone.
Love and the Packers are absolutely dominating the Bears. Some things never change. Love's touchdown pass made it 31-14, and just moments later, Quay Walker intercepted Justin Fields for a pick-six.
Aaron Rodgers is gone, but the Packers are proving they are still competitive in the NFC North. In all phases of the game, Green Bay is dominating. It's incredible to watch.
The Packers will be delighted with Love's first start of the season. While it hasn't been perfect, he has remained poised. The moment isn't too big for him.
Romeo Doubs stepped up with Christian Watson out, and the Packers have also had significant contributions from rookies Jayden Reed and Luke Musgrave. It's a great start for this new-look offense.