Ranking Jordan Love among every quarterback on Packers 2024 schedule

Jordan Love is ascending among the best QBs in the league.
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5. Brock Purdy, San Francisco 49ers

The Green Bay Packers get a rematch with Brock Purdy and the 49ers this season after they should have beaten them on their home field last season in the playoffs. Purdy has developed into one of the better quarterbacks in the league. He's not on the top tier of players at the position but he does his job extremely well and he's accurate and on time with the football. He doesn't make a lot of mistakes, either.

4. Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles

Despite a down year in 2023, Jalen Hurts is still one of the best and most dynamic playmakers at quarterback in the NFL. He made way more mistakes in 2023 than we'd grown accustomed to seeing during his breakout 2021 campaign and his MVP-caliber 2022 season. With a much better defense supporting him in 2024, Hurts should be expected to bounce back in a big way.

3. Jared Goff, Detroit Lions

Jared Goff just got himself a massive contract with the Detroit Lions worth $53 million per year in average annual value. Who could have predicted that a couple of years ago when the Lions traded Matthew Stafford to the Rams and Goff felt like a throw-in for the trade? Now, he's in the perfect system for his skills and he's capable of lighting up the stat sheet. Goff has developed into one of the smartest QBs in the game who can pick your defense apart.

2. Jordan Love, Green Bay Packers

After ranking second in the entire NFL in passing touchdowns last year, Jordan Love is undoubtedly worthy of being considered in this kind of rare air. Even though there were lumps taken early in the year, Love ran Matt LaFleur's offense to perfection as the season progressed and has clearly entrenched himself as a top-10 player at the position ahead of the 2024 season.

1. C.J. Stroud, Houston Texans

The NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year is one of the best quarterbacks in the game. For C.J. Stroud to come into the NFL and dominate the way he did (only throwing five interceptions all season) was remarkable. He's going to be under a lot of pressure this year with expectations from every angle, but Stroud now has Stefon Diggs and Joe Mixon in his arsenal of weapons, and that defense for DeMeco Ryans got even better this offseason as well.

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