4. Jordan Love (2020-present, 1 start)
Although Jordan Love has done absolutely nothing, I wanted to project him into this slot as he will be taking over for Aaron Rodgers in the 2023 NFL season. Love was a first-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, a player the Packers traded up for, and someone who has obviously been developing in their system now for quite some time.
He only has one start under his belt at this point but the Packers are putting their money where their mouths have been. They prioritized Jordan Love when they didn't have to do so, causing the very elongated drama with Aaron Rodgers.
Love was considered one of the most physically gifted prospects coming out of Utah State in that vaunted 2020 NFL Draft class at the QB position which included Joe Burrow, Tua Tagovailoa, and Justin Herbert. He'll now get the chance that he belongs this coming season. For now, Love can really be looked at as one of the top players on this list, but with an asterisk. The future is up to him.
3. Don Majkowski (1990-92, 19 starts)
Among the quarterbacks besides Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers who started games for the Green Bay Packers since 1990, Don Majkowski is the only one who started double-digit games for the franchise.
Majkowski was a 10th-round pick out of Virginia in the 1987 NFL Draft and actually started games for the Packers in his rookie year, showing his potential as a possible permanent option in the starting lineup. In his third NFL season (1989), Majkowski started all 16 games for the Packers and finished second in the NFL in MVP voting when he threw for 4,318 yards and 27 touchdowns with seven game-winning drives. He also ran for 358 yards and five touchdowns on the ground.
Majkowski would not come close to matching that production again for the Packers, starting just 19 games in total from 1990-1992 before the Packers traded for Brett Favre.