3. Jordan Love, Green Bay Packers
While the Green Bay faithful should be incredibly satisfied with what they've seen from Jordan Love through the first three weeks of the season, especially after that fourth-quarter comeback last Sunday, it's still just three games.
Now, I know a lot of Green Bay Packers fans are not going to like seeing Love's name at No. 3. I get it. But let's remember exactly where he is at this moment. Love has a 53-percent completion percentage heading into Week 4. That number needs to get better.
To be fair to Love, he's played the first three weeks without one of his best weapons in Christian Watson, and Aaron Jones has been sidelined the past two weeks. Still, going 22-of-44 at home against the New Orleans Saints this past Sunday was not Love's best performance.
Jordan Love was 8-of-19 in the fourth quarter. While he made some impressive plays with his legs and helped lead Green Bay to victory, Love's efficiency is an area of concern moving forward. He has the intangibles, but needs to be more accurate.
Getting Christian Watson back will certainly help Love stretch the field and open up the entire offensive playbook. So don't take this as a slap in the face to Love, but rather a wait-and-see approach. Again, Packers fans should be incredibly satisfied with what they've seen so far.