Jordan Love didn't impress anyone as a rookie in 2020. Reports suggested he was bad in training camp, and while Aaron Rodgers cruised through an MVP season, the quarterback selected to be his eventual successor didn't take a snap. Love better improve fast or the Packers are going to look really bad for wasting a first-round pick on him in 2020.
On Tuesday, Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett said it was imperative for Love to improve this offseason. That makes sense because no one was impressed by him last year and the Utah State product was glued to the bottom of the quarterback depth chart. He has to take a mammoth leap if he's ever going to play quarterback in Green Bay.